Superior “Magnesia” Laxative – Formula ideal for Constipation – • Risk of Urolithiasis • Asthma (mild to moderate) • Nocturnal Leg Cramps • Cardiovascular Conditions • Diuretic Treatment Repletion
Magnesium supports cell, tissue, and organ function by acting as a cofactor for some 300 enzymes in the body. The citrate form has superior bioavailability in comparison to magnesium oxide and magnesium chelate forms other than the glycinate/lysinate and di-magnesium malate chelates in 3rd Opinion Inc’s Mag Mal. The use of particular forms of magnesium appears to be condition-specific.
Dosage: Take one capsule daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Precautions: The UL (Tolerable Upper Level) of magnesium for healthy adults is 350 mgs/day. Although magnesium enjoys an acceptable safety record as a medical therapy, doses exceeding the UL should be under medical supervision. Typically, renal patients were the only population considered at a risk for toxicity. However, case reports suggests that consideration needs to be given in cases of intestinal hypomotility and chronic constipation. Some drugs such as Digoxin, diuretics, oral contraceptives, penicillamine, and possibly others can affect magnesium levels. Likewise, magnesium administration may interact with certain drugs.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.