Magnesium Citrate SAP can be used to replenish deficiencies which can manifest as migraines, muscle cramping, cardiovascular disease, PMS, dysmenorrhea, preeclampsia, constipation, fibromyalgia, and insomnia.
Each vegetable capsule contains:
Magnesium (from 850 mg magnesium citrate). 136 mg
2-Aminoethanesulfonic acid (taurine) 45 mg
Contains no: Preservatives, artificial flavor or color, sugar, dairy, starch, wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, citrus, or eggs.
Magnesium deficiency is one of the most common mineral deficiencies in North America. It can contribute to a multitude of symptoms and long-term health concerns. Magnesium is an essential mineral for the optimal functioning of the cardiovascular, nervous, and musculoskeletal systems. Magnesium deficiency can also contribute to symptoms such as migraines, PMS, dysmenorrhea, muscle cramping, fibromyalgia, constipation, and insomnia. This deficiency is also commonly seen in alcoholics and patients with diabetes mellitus.
1 capsule daily with food or as directed by your health-care practitioner.
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