Magnesium Supplements

    Magnesium supplements and flakes for those who have a magnesium deficiency. Magnesium deficiency can cause problems such as : tiredness, weskness, lack of energy, muscle aches and joint pains. It has also been found to be helpful for kidney stones, heart disease, diabetes, lung function, migraine, mental health and much more.

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    Uses of Magnesium:

    Cardiovascular: to prevent atherosclerosis (Maier JA. 2003), myocardial infarction (Schechter M. 2003), reduce high blood pressure (Kendler 1997), prevent strokes (Suter PM. 1999), coronary artery spasm & angina (Teregawar H. 2000), hyperlipidemia & triglyceride levels (Fox C. 2001), Mitral valve prolapse syndrome (Kloss J, 1997)

    Cardiac arrhythmia: heart failure from defibrillation, tacchycardia (Kendler 1997)

    Lung function: to halt acute asthma attacks (Silverman RA 2002), acute (Silverman RA. 2002) & exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (Skorodin MS. 1995)

    Diabetes: Modulating insulin-mediated glucose uptake and vascular tone (Barbagallo M, 2003) Enhanced oxidative glucose metabolism, Improved serum glucose levels (Paolisso 1992)

    Glaucoma: (Head KA 2001), to improve peripheral circulation and visual field (Gaspar AZ 1995)

    Fatigue: to improve sleep, restore normal energy levels, Chronic fatigue, Fibromyalgia, (Durlach J, 2002) & M.E (terrific results with M.E clients on a combination of Prime Directive, Green Barley and Ultra Muscleze).

    Mental health: panic disorder (Taborska V. 1995) anxiety, depression, psychoemotional status ( Ezhov AV. 2002)

    Migraines: migraine headaches with/ out aura (Bigal ME 2002)

    Muscular: cramps/spasms, muscle weakness, (Taborska V. 1995) and muscle pain (Bilbey DL, 1996)

    Pregnancy: to lower blood pressure, prevent preeclampsia and eclampsia (Moodley J 1993)

    Renal: to prevent kidney stones (de Swart PM 1998)

    Menstruation and premenstrual syndrome (PMS): to relieve menstrual cramps & depression (Pearlstein T.2000), and water retention (Walker AF. 1998) & menstrual migraine (Mauskop A 2002)

    Bowel: Crohn’s disease (Morgan RJ 1981), irritable bowel syndrome (Eastwood MA 1975) and ulcerative colitis (Geerling BJ. 2000)
    Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Kozielec T. 1997)

    Patients on Oral Contraceptive Pill: OCPs reduce serum magnesium levels (Seelig 1993), interfere with B2 metabolism (Rozovski 1982), deplete vitamin B6 levels (Bermond 1982), can lower serum B9 levels and reduce folate stores in the body (Li 1995), reduce plasma, leukocyte, and platelet ascorbic acid levels (Webb 1980), reduce serum zinc levels (Tyrer 1984).

    Loop diuretics: Inhibit magnesium absorption & promote urinary loss of this electrolyte (Quamme 1997), rate of phosphorus elimination doubled (Carriere & Dandavino 1976), increase potassium excretion (Rastogi 1985). Significant urinary losses of B3 (Rieck et al. 1999)

    Corticosteriods: increase renal calcium excretion & decrease intestinal calcium absorption (Lems 1998), reduce magnesium levels in serum and bone (Atkinson 1998), enhance potassium excretion (Stanton 1985), alter zinc metabolism and can cause depletion (Fontaine 1991)