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Calcium requires magnesium in order to be utilized by the body. Magnesium, on the other hand, does not require any calcium. Calcium should never be taken on its own because it will pull magnesium out of body parts in order to assimilate. Not only will one not get the calcium his body requires, but he will deplete the body's supply of the essential mineral magnesium. Magnesium is necessary for every major biochemical process, such as digestion, energy production and the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. It is also needed for bone strength, muscle strength and proper functioning of the heart and nervous system.
Suggested Use: 1-2 teaspoons twice per day at any time, at least 5 hours apart. Individual needs may vary. Start with 1 teaspoon daily and gradually increase to 2 teaspoons twice daily. When bowels are comfortably loose, this is the optimal amount. Some people may need to start with a half-teaspoon only and gradually work up to higher amounts. How to Prepare: Place powder in a glass or mug; add 3-4 oz of hot or boiling water and stir until dissolved. Fill glass with warm water and enjoy like a hot tea. Natural juice may be added in place of water when preparing for children.

Supplemental Facts
Serving Size: 4 Teaspoon(s)

IngredientsPer Serving% DV
Magnesium (elemental from magnesium citrate and magnesium ascorbate) 600 mg   150%
Calcium (elemental from calcium gluconate) 400 mg   40%
Potassium (elemental from potassium citrate) 198 mg   3%
Vitamin C 500 mg   832%
Vitamin D3 200 iu   50%
Boron (elemental from boron citrate) 500 mcg   *
* Daily Value Not Established


Other Ingredients: Magnesium citrate, magnesium ascorbate, calcium gluconate, potassium citrate, ascorbic acid, vitamin D3, boron citrate.


Contains No Added: yeast, dairy, egg, gluten, soy, wheat, sugar, starch, preservatives or artificial color or flavor.

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