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The Difference is Magnesium

Magnesium is used by the body’s cells to produce their energy.  So, if you don’t have enough magnesium, the amount of other products you take for energy doesn’t matter - your cells won’t be able to use it. 

Magnesium also helps regulate over 300 biochemical reactions in the body. 
For example, it stimulates enzymes that help regulate your body's levels of calcium, potassium, and other essential vitamins and minerals.  Instead of just masking the pain, our Magsoothium formula targets and soothes inflammation, sore muscles, and aching joints, helping you recover faster.  It does this with hospital-grade magnesium sulfate.

Magnesium helps fight muscle cramping and pain in four ways:

  1. Without enough magnesium, our body can’t make enough energy to feed our muscle cells.  And energy-depleted muscles cramp.
  2. Magnesium is great for detoxification.  It allows muscles to relax and release toxins.
  3. It neutralizes lactic acid.
  4. Magnesium calms the central nervous system and nerve cells, quieting pain signals.

Even at slight deficiencies of magnesium, muscles begin to spasm, and the pain is magnified by sensitive nerves.  So, magnesium helps start a positive feedback loop that helps a body recuperate faster.  Lastly, unlike over-the-counter, popular pain medication, magnesium can be used without the worry of side effects or drug interactions. 

In fact, magnesium is doctor-recommended and used worldwide for joint and muscle discomfort, to revive muscles after every day activities, tough workouts, and even sporting events for cramps and blisters. 

Because of its ability to relax cells and draw waste material, including water out of them, magnesium is considered an anti-inflammatory, and has been used to treat a multitude of illnesses from high blood pressure to acne and even seizures.


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