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Pomona Wellness Magnesium (60 Count)

Pomona Wellness Magnesium (60 Count)

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  • Ingredients

    1. Brand Pomona Wellness
    2. Item Form Capsule
    3. Primary Supplement Type Magnesium
    4. Unit Count 60 Count
    5. Flavor Unflavor
  • About this item

    • EXTRA STRENGTH 500MG MAGNESIUM CAPSULES: Easy to swallow capsules packed with 500MG of Magnesium includes magnesium citrate and magnesium oxide.
    • MUSCLE AND NERVE HEALTH: Supports hundreds of important chemical reactions in your body, especially ones important to nerve and muscle health. Promotes healthy bone density and strength.
    • CALM AND RELAXATION: Helps regulate chemicals in your body to calm your nervous system. Also helps alleviate occasional stress, and headaches.
    • MADE IN THE USA: All Pomona Wellness supplements are manufactured in an FDA-registered and GMP Facility. Packaging may vary.
    • POMONA WELLNESS: Our supplements are made with with no fillers, binders, or preservatives. Formulated with good for you ingredients to support everyday wellness and overall health.
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    Magnesium plays a role in exercise performance. During exercise, you may need 10–20% more magnesium than when you’re resting. Magnesium helps move blood sugar into your muscles and dispose of lactate, which can build up during exercise and cause fatigue.


    While most research has focused on the role of calcium in bone health, magnesium is also essential for healthy bone formation. Adequate magnesium intake can promote higher bone density, improved bone crystal formation, and a lower risk of osteoporosis in females after menopause. Magnesium may improve bone health both directly and indirectly, as it helps to regulate calcium and vitamin D levels, which are two other nutrients vital for bone health.


    Magnesium can play a critical role in brain function and mood, and low levels can be associated to an increased risk of depression. Research suggests that taking magnesium for anxiety can work well. Studies have found that feelings of fear and panic can be significantly reduced with greater magnesium intake, and the good news is that the results aren't limited to generalized anxiety disorder.


    Magnesium plays a role in the heart muscle that regulates heartbeat. Like all muscles in your body, your heart muscle relies on interactions with calcium and magnesium in order to contract and relax. By relaxing the muscles that control blood vessels and allowing blood to flow more freely, magnesium may play a role in reducing elevated blood pressure, an important factor in decreasing the risk for heart attack and stroke.