Angstrom magnesium

by Amaeta

I have tried practically all the magnesium you have mentioned and wasted a lot of money. I am 72 and don't need to waste money. I find that the Angstrom magnesium seems to help me and I have also noticed my allergies are better. The last mag. I was on was Dr. Gilham's magnesium citrate but I could only take a little of that and had trouble with diarrhea even tho I was on it a long time.

This Angstrom Magnesium doesn't give me diarrhea. It also appears to help with my anxiety. Can you let me know if this is a healthy magnesium to use?

Thank you so much. I would really appreciate an answer.

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Anstrom Magnesium is great...
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Amaeta,

While I've never used Angstrom Magnesium myself so that I can't personally attest to it, Dr. Carolyn Dean, author of:

The Magnesium Miracle


The Miracle of Magnesium: The Essential Nutrient That Works Wonders for Your Health and Energy

personally uses Angstrom Magnesium and highly recommends it. So, I give Angstrom a thumbs up and you can feel good about taking it! You can get Mother Earth Minerals High Absorption Angstrom Magnesium here to give it a try.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Immune System


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How much should i take ?
by: Grace

I just bought the Mother Earth Minerals High Absorption Angstrom Magnesium. How many tablespoons should i take? I take 1 tablespoon in my breakfast. Is that too little ? Can i also mix it it in my tea and coffee? Thanks.

Angstrom Dosage
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Since everyone is going to need a different amount of magnesium, then you'll need to experiment to find the 'right' amount for you. Please see my page on getting the right Magnesium Dosage and instead of using the milligram dosage that I recommend for pills, you could just use teaspoons (there are 3 teaspoons in one Tablespoon) or dropperfulls or whatever measurements work for you.

It doesn't really matter the milligram dosage that you end up taking, but taking whatever dosage relieves your symptoms and makes you feel the best and then taking that consistent dose. Even if your bottle had no dosage on it at all, it wouldn't matter, just start taking a small dose once a day and keep increasing your dose until you achieve the maximum amount of symptom relief. That's it. Don't worry about the milligram dosage since the milligram dosage of angstrom will be completely different than the milligram dosage for 'regular' magnesiums.

Kerri Knox, RN

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