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Ask_Our_Natruopath.jpgMagnesium deficiency

Magnesium is an essential mineral that plays an important role in over 300 enzyme reactions and metabolic processes. It’s best known for supporting sleep and helping to relax muscle tension, but Magnesium is also involved in heart health, bone health and nutrient metabolism.

If you don’t eat a lot of Magnesium-rich foods, you might benefit from a Magnesium supplement. Find out exactly how below…

 

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Organic Magnesium Complete

Organic Magnesium Complete

Contains cramp bark. For muscular cramps, aches and spasms.

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Magnesium Complete

Magnesium Complete

300mg Elemental Magnesium. For muscle tension, stress and worry; and helping to relax your body and mind

AVAILABLE IN 50, 100 AND 250 CAPSULES

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Magnesium Chelate 750

Magnesium Chelate 750

150MG elemental magnesium. For muscle cramps and spasms Magnesium amino acid chelate 750mg.

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