What is magnesium in Temple Cleanse Colon Cleanser?
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. Most of the magnesium found in your body is in your bones. Magnesium is very important to the body because it helps you absorb calcium, transmit nerve impulses, cause muscle transaction and build strong teeth and bones. Magnesium is a vital mineral to humans and when it is lacking in your diet you can become magnesium deficient. If you are magnesium deficient some symptoms are: cramps, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, seizures, muscle contractions, numbness and more.
Where is magnesium found?
Magnesium can be found in green leafy vegetables, whole wheat bread, beans, peas, nuts and seeds and whole unrefined grain. Tap water can also be a source of magnesium, if it is “hard” water.
How can magnesium benefit me?
Magnesium can aid your body in preventing cancer and strokes. It also helps relax your muscles. Magnesium is very good for the heart. It helps stabilize the rhythm of your heart, prevents blood clotting, and lowers blood pressure. Magnesium can help prevent osteoporosis, gallstones, and kidney stones. When magnesium is taken it has been shown to relieve stress, anxiety and prevent panic attacks. It can also lower cholesterol by as much as 20%.
Can I take too much magnesium?
Just like you can be magnesium deficient, you can also run the risk of taking too much. If too much is taken it can result in: diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea, appetite loss, muscle weakness, difficulty breathing, an irregular heartbeat and extremely low blood pressure. The daily value of magnesium is 400mg. The best way to take magnesium is by using a natural supplement.
What is the history of magnesium?
Magnesium is the seventh most abundant element is the earth’s crust. The name originates from the Greek word for a district in Thessaly called Magnesia. Epson salt is hydrated magnesium.
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