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Ionic Mineral Supplement
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  • Helps Relieve Joint and Muscle Pain
  • May Improve Sleep and Relaxation
  • Helps Overcome Stress and Bad Moods

Ionic Mineral Supplement


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Adequate Magnesium intake promotes better sleep and deeper rest. It also helps:

  • Relieve muscle and joint pain and discomfort
  • Helps relax nerves
  • Great for restless legs, muscle cramps and twitches
  • May improve bad moods, stress and anxiety
  • Feel more calm and centered
  • May improves heart function and blood pressure
  • Supports kidney and bone health.

Magnesium is the most important mineral that your body requires for cellular health (along with calcium, sodium and potassium). It supports the regeneration and maintenance of living cells. It soothes your nervous system (providing deeper rest), and is essential for the production of amino acids that are critical for virtually every chemical reaction in your body.

This mineral is essential for every major process in your body. Digestion and protein synthesis. Cellular energy production and glucose metabolism.

Easy for your body to use, allowing maximum absorption. This means you will need to take less because absorption is more complete.

Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms May Include:

Anxiety, extreme low moods Hearing loss, ringing ears
Blood clots Headaches (moderate/severe)
Blood (cholesterol, pressure, sugar) Heart (extra fluid, irregular beats, pain, arteries)
Bone loss Immune deficiency (frequent infections)
Brain (confusion, poor memory, hyperactivity, learning issues, panic) Kidney, Liver and Gallbladder issues
Chronic breathing troubles Muscle cramps/twitches/seizures
Digestive problems (diarrhea/constipation/gas) Pain from Inflammation
Dizziness Prostate issues
Ear ringing Menstruation and menopausal symptoms
Eating disorders Sleep troubles

What Depletes Your Magnesium?

Our modern lifestyle stresses (emotional and environmental) deplete magnesium reserves far more rapidly than was previously realized.

The following is a list of magnesium depletors – the more dominant they are in your life, the more magnesium you need to supplement.

Alcohol High perspiration
Pain killers Low thyroid function
Coffee Medical drugs (wide range)
Cola-type sodas Mental stress
Diuretics Physical stress
High calcium diet Sugar
High carbohydrate diet Tobacco
High sodium diet Environment (water, soil, air)

Aluminum (in food and drink containers, baking powder, antiperspirants) blocks
many normal magnesium functions. Unfortunately, a staple of our society’s diet
is white flour, and 85% of its magnesium has been removed.

Calcium and Magnesium Must Be Balanced

Since calcium and magnesium depend on each other to be assimilated into your body, they should be taken together. Take them alone only to correct an imbalance.

Too much calcium will block magnesium absorption, resulting in many severe health conditions.

  • Calcium excites nerves – magnesium calms them down.
  • Calcium makes muscles contract – magnesium enables them to relax.

You experience this with every heart beat and breath.

America has the highest rate of milk consumption and calcium supplementation, yet the highest occurrence of bone loss (calcium loss) in the Western world. Quite evident from the statistics, here’s a few facts about high-calcium intake:

  • Taking more calcium will not fix a calcium deficiency
  • Taking more calcium can cause a magnesium deficiency
  • Taking more magnesium will fix a calcium deficiency, and fix a magnesium deficiency too.

Magnesium is a critical nutrient for over 325 enzyme reactions in your body, from energy production to cholesterol control.

Magnesium helps the body absorb and transport calcium into your bones, making them stronger and more flexible.

Magnesium is useful in preventing unwanted calcification in the kidney, bladder and in the joints.

About 50% of total body magnesium is in your bones, the rest is in your muscles, red blood cells and the other tissues.

Reverse osmosis water and water-soluble Ionic Magnesium.

350 +/- parts per million water-soluble Ionic Magnesium
Serving Size: 1 teaspoon (5ml)
Calories: 0
Magnesium: 1.75mg (<1% daily value, based on 2000 calorie diet)

Magnesium 4X
1400 +/- parts per million water-soluble Ionic Magnesium
Serving Size: 1/4 teaspoon (1.2ml)
Calories: 0
Magnesium: 1.75mg (<1% daily value, based on 2000 calorie diet)

Contains NO:
Soy, gluten, GMOs, preservatives, stabilizers, sugar, stabilizers, yeast, meat, milk, fish, shellfish, eggs, plants, grains, coloring.

Vegan and Hypoallergenic. Kosher of America approved. PAREVE certified.

Directions for Use

Dilute in liquid.

Adults take 1 teaspoon (5ml) daily.
Children under 4 take 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon (1.2ml to 2.5ml) or as directed by your health care professional.

Magnesium 4X
Adults take 1/4 teaspoon (1.2ml) daily.
Children under 4 take 1/16 teaspoon (0.3ml) or as directed by your health care professional.
One bottle lasts 4 times longer than regular strength.
Save on shipping costs! Just dilute it as you use it!

Do not mix with other supplements. Consult a physician before using this product.

Refrigeration is not required. Store in a cool dark place away from children.

Recommended Use

Adequate Magnesium intake promotes better and deeper rest. Helps relieve pain and relax nerves. May lower stress to feel more calm and centered.

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