Nature's Sunshine Magnesium 250 mg 180 Tablets #1786
Nervous is the central atom in the chlorophyll molecule, and in physiology it activates the ATP energy system. More than 300 enzymes require the presence of this mineral. Sixty percent of the body’s magnesium is found in the bones, and the rest is found mainly in the soft tissues and blood. Magnesium is necessary for the metabolism of vitamin C, phosphorus, potassium and sodium. It should be taken when using calcium supplements. It is important to the nervous system and for the synthesis of certain proteins.
Each tablet contains 250 mg of magnesium oxide and magnesium amino acid chelate, which provides 62.5 percent of the Daily Value for this nutrient.
NSP Magnesium comes in a base of licorice root, kelp plant, peppermint leaves and white willow bark.
Benefits Ensures the proper utilization of minerals in the body. Helps relax muscles. Maximizes energy production. Supports the eliminative function. Nervous System Support
Description Magnesium Oxide Supplement
Helps relax muscles.
Maximizes energy production.
Supports the nervous and structural systems.
Provides 250 mg magnesium per tablet.
Take one tablet daily with a meal. Ingredients
Supplement Facts Serving Size 1 Tablet
Amount Per Tablet % Daily Value Calcium (di-calcium phosphate) 40 mg 4% Phosphorus (di-calcium phosphate) 30 mg 3% Magnesium (amino acid chelate, magnesium oxide, magnesium stearate) 250 mg 63%
Daily Value not established
Cellulose (plant fiber), stearic acid (vegetable), magnesium silicate, Kelp plant (Ascophyllum nodosum and Laminaria digitata), Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Peppermint leaves (Mentha piperita), and White Willow bark (Salix alba).
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