(2000 parts per million) Magnesium
Magnesium accounts for 20 -28 grams of body weight. Approximately 60-65% of magnesium is found in the bones and 27% in the muscles. It is required in every major biological function, it aids in the production of cellular energy, the synthesis
of proteins and nucleic acids and glucose metabolism.
It is a key element in fighting depression. Magnesium is a natural tranquilizer. Called the “anti-stress Mineral”, it aids in relaxing nerves, relieving tension, assisting digestion, activates enzymes important for protein and carbohydrate metabolism, and modulates the electrical potential across all cell membranes.
Magnesium is important in the production and transfer of energy, muscle contraction, relaxation, and nerve conduction. It also aids regularity.
Magnesium is necessary to keep vertebrae in their proper position, induces restful sleep, purifies and purges body tissues (combats acids, toxins, gases, impurities, and neutralizes poisons), and lowers fever. Magnesium is stored in the bowel, nerves and ligaments.
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