No! Muscle Cramps | 120ml | Trace Minerals
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by Trace Minerals
- Supplement Facts
- Usage Guide
NO! Muscle Cramps is a unique complex containing pure, essential electrolytes your muscles need to stay properly hydrated. There are many causes for acute muscle cramping, but dehydration is one of the most common. Proper hydration with water and key electrolytes like magnesium and potassium help keep electrolytes in the muscles so they stay healthy, balanced, and hydrated to help avoid muscle cramps, especially those that wake you up at night.
Sea Minerals, Ionic Trace Minerals (ITM), purified water, Non-GMO citric acid.
NO KNOWN ALLERGENS. GLUTEN FREE.
Add 2 mL (2 full droppers or about 32 drops) to 32 oz. of water (8 drops per 8 oz.; ½ tbsp. per gallon) and stir/shake well for best isotonic balance. Take serving up to 4 times per day if necessary, especially before bedtime. If desired, take serving size in as little as 4 oz. of water as a concentrated shot.
60 servings per bottle
- Contains major electrolytes: Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium to help muscles stay properly hydrated†
- Plus over 72 naturally occurring ionic trace minerals
Magnesium and Potassium are key electorlytes to help prevent cramping. Magnesium is an essential electrolyte that is responsible for relaxing muscles after contraction. Additionally, it helps support cardiovascular function, plays a key role in the production and flow of energy, and helps to conduct nerve impulses throughout the body to prevent feelings of fatigue.
Potassium also helps hydrate muscles to avoid muscle cramping and is an essential electrolyte to maintain water and acid-base balance in cells. It also helps to support cardiovascular function and conducts electrical impulses in the nerves.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information provided by this website is not a substitute for individual medical advice.