Helps B vitamins work properly
Aids during times of stress
Promotes wound healing
Calms muscle spasms and tight muscles
Promotes a regular heartbeat
Adults: 1-3 capsules daily or as directed by a health care practitioner.
Infants:0-0.5 year 40 mg, 0.5-1 year 60 mg
Children:1-3 years 80 mg, 4-6 years 120 mg, 7-10 years 170 mg
Pregnancy and Nursing: considered safe during pregnancy and lactation at the Recommended Dietary Allowance level of 350 mg daily.
Seniors: elderly persons who take many magnesium-containing laxatives and antacids may develop toxicity symptoms.
Magnesium (Citrate) ................................. 150 mg
artificial preservatives or color, no dairy, sweeteners, starch, wheat, or yeast.
There are many drugs that appear to adversely affect magnesium status. Most notable are many diuretics, insulin, and digitalis.
A high calcium intake and a high intake of dairy foods fortified with vitamin D results in decreased magnesium absorption.
If you suffer from a serious kidney disorder or are on hemodialysis, do not take magnesium supplements unless directed by a health care practitioner.
People with severe heart disease (such as high-grade atrioventricular block) should not take magnesium (or potassium) unless directed by a health care practitioner.
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