Achieving optimal magnesium 7 levels is the key focus when I work with patients who experience altered sleep, mood imbalances, seizures, fluid retention, fatigue, muscle weakness/cramping, high blood pressure, constipation, anxiety, and osteoporosis.
Magnesium plays a significant role in nerve conduction, digestion, protein metabolism, bone and teeth formation, muscle contraction, and overall cardiovascular and neuromuscular health. Magnesium does not come in just one form or type. There are assorted types of magnesium that influence assorted body systems and can influence specific symptoms like mood, mental function, muscle pain, heart health, etc. Some forms like Magnesium taurate, malate, and glycerinate can get past the blood/brain barrier. The most optimal way for you to introduce the varying forms of Mg is to take full-spectrum magnesium that has the best bioavailability.
In my professional opinion, Magnesium is one of the most critical electrolyte minerals that we need to optimize on a daily basis, and I’m excited to be able to recommend Magnesium 7 because of the high absorption potential and variety to help your body produce cellular energy and intake the max benefits of this crucial elemental.
- Helps reduce stress & anxiety levels*
- Promotes restful & restorative sleep*
- Supports a healthy heart & strong bones*
- Enhances nutrient absorption & energy creation*
- Contributes to healthy cellular & nerve function*
- Helps maintain muscle mass/power & calms sore muscles*
FEATURES AT A GLANCE
- Full-Spectrum: 7 types of magnesium
- Chelated for maximum bioavailability
- 250mg of magnesium in every capsule
- With co-factors for absorption: B6 & manganese
- No magnesium oxide, chloride, hydroxide, sulfate, or stearate
- Non-GMO; No fillers, preservatives, or additives
HOW TO USE
- Take 2 capsules daily with 8 oz of water or juice
- If desired, capsules can be opened and powder added to any food or beverage
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this product considered vegan or vegetarian?
Yes, Magnesium 7 contains no animal products and is considered vegetarian and vegan. The capsules themselves are also made from plant cellulose, not gelatin.
Is Magnesium 7 certified organic?
At Organixx we strive to source the highest-quality ingredients available, including USDA certified organic whenever possible. For all of our products, each of the individual ingredients that are certified organic are specified on the label.
Because magnesium is a mined mineral and not an agricultural product, it falls outside the USDA organic certification program and therefore cannot be certified organic.
Even though Magnesium 7 is not USDA certified organic, you can rest assured that the ingredients in this premium magnesium complex were selected for their efficacy and quality. It contains none of the cheap forms of magnesium used in most magnesium products. It is also non-GMO and contains NO stearates, fillers, additives, artificial flavors, preservatives, colors, yeast, soy, sodium, or starch.
How long is this product intended to be taken for?
Magnesium 7 is a broad-spectrum magnesium supplement meant for ongoing, daily use. It can be taken for as long as a magnesium inadequacy/deficiency exists and as recommended by your healthcare provider.
For common magnesium inadequacy, our recommended dosage is 2 capsules of Magnesium 7 daily with 8 oz of water or juice. If desired, capsules can be opened and powder added to any food or beverage.
Overall, magnesium is considered safe to take, but large amounts can cause GI upset and diarrhea in some people. Go with your healthcare provider’s recommendation and listen to your body. Some people find it beneficial to start with one capsule (250 mg) and work up to 2 capsules (500 mg). If you are severely magnesium deficient or have other health considerations, your healthcare practitioner may recommend an even higher dose than the 2 capsules. Please work with your doctor to determine the optimal dose for you.
Should magnesium be taken separately from the medication?
Certain medications can interact with magnesium and become more or less effective. There are also a number of medications that should not be taken within two hours of taking magnesium – including certain antibiotics, statin drugs, antacids, and more. If you are taking any medication or have pre-existing health conditions, it is important to consult with your doctor before taking magnesium supplements.
What is the best time of day to take Magnesium 7?
There is no one best time to take magnesium. The real benefits from magnesium supplementation come from correcting an inadequacy/deficiency and this is not time dependent. That being said, many people find it beneficial to space out their magnesium dosage by taking one capsule in the morning to support energy levels and another before bed to capitalize on magnesium’s ability to boost GABA levels for improved sleep and muscle relaxation.
However, if you find it more beneficial to take both capsules in the morning, afternoon, or evening, that is a personal preference. If you are taking any medication or have pre-existing health conditions, consult with your doctor before taking Magnesium 7.
Can I give Magnesium 7 to my child?
The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of magnesium for children ages 9 and up is 240 mg. One capsule of Magnesium 7 contains 250 mg. However, only give your child Magnesium 7 if recommended by a qualified healthcare practitioner, and keep the product out of reach of children.
Is Magnesium 7 safe to take while pregnant or nursing?
The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of magnesium for pregnant and lactating women varies by age. Please consult with your trusted healthcare professional about taking Magnesium 7 while pregnant or nursing.