Magnesium Citrate - Capsules 120 Ct

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Magnesium Citrate - Capsules 120 Ct

Magnesium Citrate - Capsules 120 Ct

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Supports Muscle & Bone Health.*
Supports Heart Health.*
Supports Gut Health & Regularity.*


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100% Chelated Magnesium Citrate for High Absorption.*
Magnesium Citrate Helps Ease Occasional Constipation.*
Easy-to-swallow Capsules suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.
Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Dairy-Free, and Third-party Tested.
Third Party Tested for Potency, and Purity.
Packed in the USA at our FDA-Approved, NSF-Certified Facility.

Suggested Usage

As a dietary supplement, take 3 capsules a day in divided doses, preferably with food or as suggested by your health care professional.


Magnesium (as Magnesium Citrate)
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose Capsules, MCT Powder.

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    Gluten Free

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    Soy Free

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    Dairy Free

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Magnesium Matters

Sandhu’s High Absorption Magnesium in Easy-to-Swallow Capsule*

It's a vital mineral involved in multiple important bodily functions, but half of us in the US aren't getting enough from our food.

That's where Sandhu's magnesium citrate comes in. Its special recipe gets absorbed super easily, helping you enjoy all the amazing benefits of magnesium!*(22)

How Does it Benefit You?

Maintain Your Muscle Function, Nerve Health, Bone Strength, Regularity & Sleep Quality.*

Magnesium citrate supports healthy muscle and nerve function by supporting the smooth transmission of nerve signals.*

It also helps maintain a healthy heart rhythm and bone formation.*(1-13). Magnesium citrate helps ease occasional constipation by attracting water to soften stool and facilitating bowel movements.* 

It also helps supports relaxation and restful sleep.*(16-20)

Magnesium deficiency is a prevalent issue in the United States

According to a recent study, 50% of US adults are consuming less magnesium than what they need daily which leads to several health illnesses. Magnesium plays crucial roles in energy production, muscle function, nerve transmission, bone health, heart regulation, immune support, etc. Therefore, it is necessary to consider an effective magnesium supplement to fulfill the daily magnesium requirement.

What Makes Magnesium Citrate Different?

Many types of magnesium supplements are available on the market. However, they are not well-absorbed or may not be gentle on the stomach.

Sandhu’s Magnesium Citrate, a chelated form of magnesium is developed by combining elemental magnesium with citric acid. Magnesium Citrate is highly absorbed by the body, making it an excellent choice for daily supplementation provides a high amount of elemental magnesium without any gastric discomfort.*


Supports Muscle and Nerve Function*

Supports Heart Health*

Supports Bones Health.*

Supports Cognitive Health.*

Supports Gut Health*

Supports Relaxation and Quality Sleep*

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      Why do people take magnesium supplements?

      People may take magnesium supplements to address magnesium deficiencies or to support muscle health, bone health, heart health, and sleep quality.*

      How do I choose a high-quality magnesium supplement?

      It is advisable to look for magnesium supplements that have been verified by third-party organizations as they ensure the product meets specific quality standards.

      What is the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for magnesium?

      The RDA for magnesium varies depending on age, gender, and life stage. For adult males, it ranges from 400-420 mg/day, while for adult females, it ranges from 310-320 mg/day.

      Are there any risks or side effects associated with magnesium supplements?

      When taken as directed, magnesium supplements are generally safe for most individuals. However, excessive intake may cause diarrhea or stomach cramps. It is essential to follow the recommended dosage and consult a healthcare professional if you have any concerns.

      Should I consult a healthcare professional before taking magnesium supplements?

      It is always advisable to consult a healthcare professional, especially if you have any underlying medical conditions, are taking medications, or are pregnant or breastfeeding. They can provide personalized guidance based on your specific health needs.

      Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
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      63 reviews
      • S
        I recommend this product
        Rated 5 out of 5 stars
        9 months ago

        It did help with sleep and muscle tension, would continue.

      • TM
        Tucker M.
        I recommend this product
        Rated 5 out of 5 stars
        9 months ago
        Changed my life! Highly recommend.

        Not only did it help me sleep, but also helped a lot with the muscle tension that I had from the past few weeks.

      • BJ
        Breanna J.
        I recommend this product
        Rated 5 out of 5 stars
        9 months ago
        Helps with anxiety.

        These helped me with anxiety.

      • M
        I recommend this product
        Rated 5 out of 5 stars
        9 months ago
        Keeps me calm, I would recommend these.

        Keeps me calm.

      • E
        I recommend this product
        Rated 5 out of 5 stars
        9 months ago
        Good quality

        These are the good quality vitamins.

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