Magnesium Orotate, the unknown cure for Atrial Fibrillation?

by A. Smeal
(Uniontown, Pa)

My husband has suffered from bouts of atrial fibrillation for years, and has been treated with Sotalol, Toprol, and Cardizem. After listening to a local radio show by a former chiropractor, who now specializes in holistic remedies, he decided to try Magnesium.


At a health food store, the owner of the store recommended magnesium orotate, and believe it or not his atrial fib has virtually disappeared. He still is taking a small dose of Toprol along with this but is doing great. Is it possible to take too much or can the body absorb and utilize only what it needs?

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Not so unknown...
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

It's not such an unknown cure, at least not on my site. Please see my pages on:

Atrial Fibrillation Cause

and

Magnesium and Atrial Fibrillation


and you'll see that lots and lots of people have benefited from the use of magnesium for their heart problems and atrial fibrillation.

But YES, you CAN take too much magnesium. Please see my page on Magnesium Overdose.



Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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