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Can humans transdermally absorb minerals from ocean water, and if so how much?
According to several studies quoted here, chemicals can be absorbed by the skin transdermally, at least under certain conditions. When it comes to elements in seawater like sodium, magnesium, ...
Dec 20 '13 at 9:31
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