New Zealand Pure Health Magnesium with Cramp Bark is an advanced formula to assist with muscle recovery, tension relief and relaxation. Magnesium plays an important role in many biological systems, especially in healthy muscle function, pre-menstrual tension (PMT) and calming restlessness.
New Zealand Pure Health Magnesium with Cramp Bark supports:
- Muscle recovery for athletes and people who exercise regularly
- Stress and tension relief
- Relaxation and assist sleep
- Relieves pre-menstrual tension
Cramp Bark is a North American herb traditionally used to treat muscle spasms, the pain and abdominal swelling associated with the menstrual cycle and improve kidney function. Magnesium with Cramp Bark has the added benefit of Vitamin B6 and Zinc to improve muscle recovery in athletes, the symptoms of PMT and tension headaches.
Each Magnesium and Cramp Bark vege-capsule contains:
225mg Magnesium aspartate, 225mg Magnesium amino acid chelate, 50mg Magnesium oxide, 50mg Cramp Bark powder, 30mg Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), 24mg Zinc Citrate and other encapsulating materials.This product contains no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Take one or two capsules daily as part of a healthy diet or as professionally advised.
If on prescription medication, please check with your doctor first. Not recommended for children, women during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
Frequently asked questions
What is PMT?
Pre-menstrual tension also called pre-menstrual stress (PMS), is caused by the stress and discomfort associated with the menstrual cycle in women. Cramp Bark is considered a uterine decongestant. Signs of uterine congestion include bloating, cramping before menstruation as well as the delayed onset of a period. Magnesium can help to relieve the symptoms of menstrual cramps and tension headaches.
How do the nutrients support muscle function?
- Magnesium is a mineral that is essential for muscle function and recovery
- Vitamin B6 and Zinc contribute to the benefits of Magnesium in the body
- Cramp Bark is known to treat muscle spasms
What else can I do to support healthy Magnesium absorption?
- Avoid carbonated and highly acidic drinks
- Reduce alcohol and caffeine intake and if you smoke cigarettes, stop
- Drink plenty of water while exercising regularly
For how long should I take a Magnesium supplement?
That depends on many factors, if you experience PMT you can start taking it a few days before your period and until the discomfort has passed, you should consider long-term Magnesium supplementation if you exercise regularly and often get twitchy muscles.