Anti Leg Cramps

Finally, a solution for Nocturnal Leg Cramps

"Magnox", patented magnesium from the Dead Sea in Israel has been proven to be the ultimate solution to the oppressive painful night cramps,

affecting more than 50% of population over the age of 60, pregnant women and athletes.


A Complex of Magnesium & Vitamins
Fast Relief of Nocturnal Leg Cramps





 

Nocturnal leg cramps are episode of pain, usually lasting up to a few minutes,
caused by sudden, intense involuntary contraction of muscles or muscle group.
Nocturnal leg cramps usually involving the calf muscles or the small muscles of
the foot are a common and distressing problem. Its prevalence increases with age,
affecting 30% over the age of 60 and 50% over the age of 80.
Possible causes for Nocturnal cramps, include:
. Hypomagnesemia - a deficiency of Magnesium
. Poor blood circulation in the leg.
Most of the populations of the Western world do not get enough magnesium in their
diet thus more than 50% of the population are in state of hypomagnesemia.
Magnesium salts have also been shown to be effective in the treatment of leg
cramps associated with pregnancy.
Anti Leg Cramps are composed of a mixture of Patented Magnox (magnesium
oxide monohydrate) which was clinically proven to be most bioavailable
magnesium of dead sea origin, along with vitamin B6 that maximize the
absorption rate, and with vitamin E, which is recognized as having alleviating
effects in Nocturnal Leg Cramps syndrome due to its support of blood circulation
and synergy effects with magnesium.

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. 

  • 50 capsules per container
  • 190 mg per capsule
  • Take 1-2 capsules before bed or as needed. For those that have trouble swallowing capsules, simply open and dissolve into water or under the tongue.
  • Store in a cool, dry location.

(*) Shechter M., Barna, O., Lohoida, P., Holovchenko, Y. et al. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter study assessing the efficacy of magnesium oxide monohydrate in the treatment of nocturnal leg cramps. Nutr J 20, 90 (2021).
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