Magnesium Citrate BP 650 mg
Providing Elemental Magnesium 104 mg
Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate 20 % 650mg
Providing Elemental Magnesium 130 mg
Total elemental Magnesium 234mg
Not for use by pregnant women
Vital for a healthy heart Magnesium has been used to treat high blood pressure, angina and arrhythmia, it prevents sudden changes in blood pressure, relaxes heart muscles and keeps the heartbeat regular. Further to supporting a healthy immune system, Magnesium regulates blood sugar levels and assists with muscle function.
It was always believed that Calcium was solely responsible for bone health, we now know that Magnesium works with Calcium and Vitamin D to maintain healthy bones and teeth and prevent osteoporosis.
An anti-stress and anti-ageing mineral, Magnesium promotes longevity by limiting the effects of free radicals within the body and preventing a range of illnesses like heart attacks and diabetes.
Numerous health complications like diabetes, asthma, arthritis, allergies, kidney stones and migraines have been linked to Magnesium deficiency and the mineral has shown to be beneficial for a range of conditions like addiction withdrawal, circulation, varicose veins, chronic fatigue, digestion, diabetes, heavy metal toxicity, depression, anxiety, ADHD, migraines, metabolic syndrome, tinnitus, insomnia, cavities, muscle cramps, kidney stones, asthma, blood pressure and PMS or PMDD.
Immunity booster, magnesium supplement, tooth friendly, migraine prevention, diabetic aid
Lifematrix is South Africa’s leading supplier of clean proteins, supplying a wide range of protein powders to suit any diet or lifestyle. Further to offering MCT products that aid in weight loss or training goals and transdermal magnesium supplements that ensure effective absorption of the mineral, through the skin. We also supply tooth friendly sugar alternatives and strive to develop items that promote good health and overall well-being. Lifematrix is a division of Absolute Organix, who have been the forerunners for natural and organic products within South Africa since 2004.