Land Art Magnesium Chloride Oral Solution
500 mL
Each cell in the body needs magnesium to produce energy. Magnesium participates in the creation of over 300 enzymes that transmit messages to the nervous system. Magnesium also helps in the use of other vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C and calcium. Essential mineral to maintaining strong bones and teeth, it helps tissue development.

Land Art Magnesium Chloride Oral Solution contributes to the proper functioning of muscles by helping the inflow of nerve impulses. It also helps prevent muscle spasms. Land Art Magnesium Chloride Oral Solution helps provide a better cardiovascular health system, but helping maintain a good heart rate while stabilizing blood pressure.  

  • Ionised
  • Bio-available
  • Superior efficiency
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
Directions: Adult (9 years and older) :  teaspoon (5ml) daily. Diluted in a glass of water or juice.

Per 5 ml - Magnesium (magnesium chloride)         110 mg

NON-MEDICINAL INGREDIENTS: Purified water, sorbitol, natural flavor, hydrochlorydric acid, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate. *Contains no dairy, wheat, gluten, yeast or corn.

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Shannon: more than a year ago

Mixed 1 tsp., recommended dose, with a glass of really cold water. Hardly any taste at all. Considering magnesium chloride being the highest recommended form of magnesium, I'm really happy with this product.

Charlotte: more than a year ago

Tastes awful . I would choose a pill over this next time.

Meggin: more than a year ago

This bottle is going to last a long time...Too bad - it tastes absolutely disgusting LOL! :)
I've found that orange juice will mask the taste, but it leaves a nasty after taste. I'm taking it for the benefits!
I'd still recommend this product. The manufacturer is reputable, and it's something that so many people are deficient in.

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