- 350 mg of Magnesium
- 50 mg of L-Theanine
- No Artificial Colors
- No Artificial Flavors
- Non-GMO, Gluten Free
- Great Taste (Refreshing Raspberry-Lemon Flavor)
- Protein synthesis*
- Muscle and nerve function*
- Blood pressure regulation within normal levels*
- Energy production*
- Structural development of bone*
- Normal heart rhythm*
In addition to the great benefits listed, Nature's Lab Magnesium Soothe is formulated for easy blending- the powder formula quickly dissolves into liquids for fast absorption while the raspberry lemon flavor makes it a tasty way to receive all the benefits Magnesium Soothe has to offer.
Even though you may have adequate amounts of calcium in your diet, a lower magnesium intake can throw off this balance and cause a calcium deficiency. Excess calcium can also upset the balance, because calcium and magnesium also compete in several ways.6 Seniors are more likely to be magnesium deficient than other age groups.*7
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Magnesium (as magnesium citrate, magnesium carbonate)||350 mg||87%|
|Magnesium (L-Theanine)||50 mg||**|
Individual needs may vary. Start with 1 rounded teaspoon daily and gradually increase to 1.5 rounded teaspoons twice daily. When bowels are comfortably loose, this is an optimum amount. Some individuals may need to start with a half teaspoon only and gradually work up to higher amounts.
Directions: Place powder in an 8 oz. glass and add 2 - 3 oz. of hot water. Let it fizz, then stir until dissolved. Fill with warm or cold water and enjoy. You can also simply add Magnesium Soothe to a glass or bottle of cold water.
Other Ingredients: Ionic magnesium citrate (created from a proprietary blend of citric acid and magnesium carbonate), natural flavor, and stevia extract.
No artificial sweeteners or colors. Non-GMO, gluten free.
Our products are non-GMO, gluten free and contain no artificial colors or preservatives. The ingredients in each formula are carefully tested and reviewed using state-of-the-art technology to ensure safety and efficacy.
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9 Nobre AC, Rao A, Owen GN, L-theanine, a natural constituent in tea, and its effect on mental state. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2008;17 Suppl 1:167-8.
10 Wang H, Bua P, Capodice J. A comparative study of calcium absorption following a single serving administration of calcium carbonate powder versus calcium citrate tablets in healthy premenopausal women. Food & Nutrition Research. 2014;58:10.3402/fnr.v58.23229. doi:10.3402/fnr.v58.23229.
11 Ranade VV, Somberg JC. Bioavailability and pharmacokinetics of magnesium after administration of magnesium salts to humans. Am J Ther 2001;8:345-57.