When you don’t acquire enough magnesium; your muscles may go into spasms. Taking a magnesium supplement like Floradix® Magnesium Mineral Drink may help maintain your bodies magnesium levels when dietary intake is inadequate.
Together with other electrolytes; magnesium plays a role in the active transport of calcium and potassium ions across cell membranes. This makes magnesium vital to nerve impulse conduction and a healthy nervous system.
Free from gluten; wheat; dairy; lactose & alcohol; artificial additives and preservatives
Suitable for vegetarians
Floradix® Magnesium Mineral Drink Magnesium supplement with herbs.
- May help relieve muscle cramps.
- Magnesium supplement may assist with normal muscle function; relief of muscle cramps; a healthy nervous system and general wellbeing
- Magnesium gluconate is a very soluble form of magnesium
- Contains herbal extracts in a delicious fruit juice and honey base
- Certified Kosher
Ingredients & Excipients
Each 20 mL dose contains:
- Magnesium (from magnesium gluconate and magnesium citrate) 250mg
- Herbal extract equiv. to dry: Chamaemelum nobile flower (Camomile) 50mg
- Foeniculum vulgare seed (Fennel) 50mg
- Citrus aurantium fruit peel (Bitter orange) 50mg
- Daucus carota fruit (Carrot) 50mg
- Spinacia oleracea leaf (Spinach) 40mg
Also contains honey; juices from apricots; mangoes; pineapples and pears and natural peach flavour.”
Dose & Administration
Shake the bottle well before use. Use the measuring cup provided.
Adults and children 12 years and older: 20ml once per day; preferably before a mealUse in children under 12 years is not recommended.
Do not drink directly from the bottle.
Our products do not contain alcohol or preservatives. The bottle should be returned to the refrigerator after use. Discard any remaining liquid 4 weeks after opening.
Contains sugars due to the presence of honey and fruit juices.
Vitamin supplements may only be of assistance if the dietary intake is inadequate.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use.
If symptoms persist; talk to your healthcare professional.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a well balanced diet.