0.005grams of dried herb equivalent (all herbs) per 5 drops:
Corydalis ambigua , Eschscholzia californica, Humulus lupus (Hops), Lavandula officinalis (Lavender), Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile), Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm), Passiflora incarnate (Passion Flower), Piper methysticum (Kava), Piscidia piscipula (Jamaican Dogwood), Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap), Silybum marianum (Milk Thistle), Tila sp., Zizyphus jujuba, Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid).
Homeopathic Preparations in 6X potency:
Chamomilla, Valeriana Officinalis, Gentian lutea, Hypericum, Kali phos., Mag phos., Melatonin, Nux vomica, Passiflora, Pulsatilla.
Bach Flower Essences: White Chestnut, Star of Bethlehem, Clematis, Cherry Plum, Rock Rose.
Directions for Use:
For the first week take 10 drops under the tongue each 1/2 hour starting 2 hours before bed.
After the first week take 5-10 drops 1/2 hour and immediately before retiring. If waking during the night take up to 4 more doses.
Tip: Taking Sanderson Magnesium FX may also be beneficial to help prepare you for sleep.
Over 300 biochemical reactions in the body require magnesium. It helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps heart rhythm steady, supports a healthy immune system, and keeps bones strong. Magnesium also helps regulate blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, and is known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis.
It is well known that some forms of minerals or other substances can be absorbed better by the body than others. The most commonly used form of magnesium in supplements is inorganic magnesium oxide (MgO), because it is cheap and because it has a high (up to 60%) elemental magnesium content. However, the availability of the magnesium in MgO has been assessed at only around 4-5%.
EACH TABLET CONTAINS:
Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate 400mg 80mg elemental Mg
Dosage:Take 1-2 tablets, or as prescribed by a healthcare professional. As magnesium may promote restful sleep it is suggested that tablets are taken in the evening.
Taking too much magnesium may lead to diarrhoea. More serious problems can develop with excessive magnesium intake from magnesium-containing laxatives. However, the amounts of magnesium found in nutritional supplements are unlikely to cause such problems.
People with kidney disease should not take magnesium supplements without consulting a doctor. Magnesium has a range of beneficial and adverse interactions with various medications so if you are taking a medication you should check with your health professional before taking it.
Spraying/rubbing magnesium chloride oil full strength directly on the skin is the most efficient and economical application, and also offers the most benefits to the user. In the beginning, avoid the face and sensitive areas and dilute the oil 50/50 with water for the first few days until your body becomes adjusted to this higher magnesium level.
After your shower, give yourself a very liberal coating of the magnesium oil You can then choose to leave it on or after 30 minutes (when the magnesium has been absorbed) if you find the residue a little beachy on the skin, you can rinse with water or wipe it off with a moist washcloth.[/tab]
Substitutes for deodorant with continued use as magnesium chloride deodorises the entire body.
Adding magnesium oil or flakes to a warm foot soak is beneficial for assisting detox. Use just enough water to cover the toes – about 50ml of oil or 80mg flakes is a good start. Keep the mix, re-heat and use for up to 2 – 3 applications adding 1 tablespoon of oil or flakes each time
Adding 150ml oil or 250mg flakes to a hot bath is a luxury we all deserve. Just add a couple of drops of your favourite essential oil and enjoy.
But It Tingles!
The ‘tingle’ factor only applies to direct body spraying, and yes, we know for some it can be a tad uncomfortable for a few minutes for the first few times you use it. And, like all things, it is something your body will become accustomed to and it will disappear in a few days as your magnesium level rises. Of course, it really depends on how sensitive your skin is. If you know that you have sensitive skin, test. Spray on a small section of skin first. If the tingle is more a lasting sting (more than 5 mins) you may need to dilute 50/50 with water when spraying/massaging onto your body. Any initial tingling ceases when magnesium levels rise, even when applied neat.[/tab]
GO MAGNESIUM SLEEP is formulated to help support a deep relaxed sleep. Two forms of Magnesium have been included to help increase absorption and bioavailability. The highly absorbable Magnesium chelate plus natural marine Magnesium, both of which will help relax muscles and ease nervous tension. Tart Cherry supports those who not only have trouble getting to sleep, but also those who find it hard staying asleep. A calming formulation with the incorporation of Passionflower, Zizyphus and 5-HTP to relax the body, mind and support a good nights sleep.
- Supports a deep restful sleep
- Supports relaxation, soothing muscle tension and tightness
- Helps to ease worry, tension and stress
- A gentle, high absorption, oxide free magnesium
- May provide support for the following symptoms:
- Restless sleep
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Busy mind at night
- Waking up feeling tired
- Muscle tension
- Muscle cramps
- Nervous tension
Ingredients per VegeCap
Magnesium amino acid chelate (equiv. Magnesium 30mg) 150mg
Magnesium (natural marine) 372mg (Providing elemental Magnesium 134mg)
5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) 80mg
Zizyphus (Zizyphus jujuba) ext. equiv. to 1,500mg
Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) ext. equiv. to 400mg
Tart Cherry (Prunus cerasus) ext. equiv. to 600mg
Natural Marine Magnesium is sourced from seawater and also contains naturally occurring trace minerals: Boron, Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Selenium and Zinc[/tab]
Take 2 VegeCaps daily, 1 hour before bed.
Or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.
- Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation
- Always read the label and take only as directed
- If taking anti-depressants or other prescription medications, please consult your Health Professional[/tab]