Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Heart Disease And Heart Attack

Magnesium promotes an enzyme called LCAT, which can drag cholesterol off the arterial wall and raise the HDL, the good cholesterol, which also is a wheelbarrow that takes the cholesterol off the arterial wall.”
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The importance of magnesium to heart health!
featuring Dr. Andrea Rosanoff, PhD
Dr. Andrea Rosanoff is a pioneer in discovering the importance of magnesium as a nutrient and is a continuing researcher into its impact on general and heart health. She holds MS and PhD degrees in nutritional science from the University of California at Berkeley and is co-author of the book The Magnesium Factor with Mildred S. Seelig, MD, MPH. She is currently the Directing Scholar for the Hawaii-based Center for Magnesium Education & Research. We recently sat down with Dr. Rosanoff for a very thorough look at magnesium as it relates to heart issues.
A Look under the Microscope
Nutritional magnesium is deeply involved in energy production, oxygen uptake, central nervous system function, electrolyte balance, glucose metabolism and muscle activity, including that all important muscle­the heart. To closely examine magnesium’s importance to the heart muscle, we have to pull out our microscopes­yes, it gets right down to the cellular and even the molecular level. “Magnesium plays an essential role in many of the functions of energy production itself,” Dr. Rosanoff says. “It is an integral part of the energy and protein molecules­without which the energy to contract and relax the heart does not occur properly.” Magnesium is also an essential element in the construction of the cell membrane. In that the heart is composed of cells, magnesium plays a role in the integral strength of the heart muscle itself. When magnesium levels begin to get too low the body tries very hard to adapt, but these basic functions of energy production and cell structure are affected. “Magnesium is important to so many aspects of the cell both in structure and function­at the cellular level, the microcellular level and the protein structure level that lack of magnesium will be first felt there,” Dr. Rosanoff says. Without enough magnesium, the cell is no longer able to keep up the proper number of high-energy molecules to healthfully function. But it doesn’t stop there. “Once magnesium falls down below a certain level, just about everything starts to go,” Dr. Rosanoff says. “The sodium balance starts to go and the electrolyte balance starts to go. The cell is not able to have a fully integrated membrane system. Calcium and sodium start to rush into areas where they normally would not be and the cell begins to lose its integrity of both its electronic energy fields and its chemistry. It just starts to get weaker and weaker because it doesn’t have the energy to do all the things it needs to do.”
Importance of Magnesium Levels
Now, pulling back out of our microscope, how are these occurrences felt and how can they affect the individual? “If a person is not getting adequate magnesium for their individual needs, they can go into what we call a marginal state,” Dr. Rosanoff says. “A certain trauma or onslaught to that organism can take the magnesium status from a marginal into a depleted state, which can manifest as hypertension, high cholesterol, heart disease and, if it happens suddenly, a heart attack.” Such a trauma can be brought about by strenuous exercise­something heart patients are encouraged to do. Dr. Rosanoff only encourages people to exercise if they have an adequate magnesium level. “Exercise is really, really good,” she says. “It appears from recent research that exercise makes magnesium more available, moving it from areas that don’t currently need it as much to areas that do need it. And one of those is, of course, the heart. But if magnesium is marginal, exercise can cause problems.”
Calcium-Magnesium Balance
A low-magnesium condition can also be exacerbated by a high intake of calcium­ promoted heavily today by many health professionals. Calcium cannot be optimally utilized without a proper balance of magnesium, and a high calcium intake without magnesium will further drain any reserves of magnesium. Dr. Rosanoff is quick to point out that calcium is extremely necessary to heart and general health. “Calcium is necessary at the cellular level for muscles to contract, for nerves to fire, for hormones to be secreted.” “But­and this is new information, really­ calcium needs to be balanced with magnesium,” Dr. Rosanoff continues. “If you give too much calcium and too little magnesium, what can tend to happen is the excited firing state of biochemistry of the cell will tend to remain that way. In a stress situation such as exercising more vigorously than usual or when someone is suddenly and unexpectedly frightened, muscle cells or nerve cells or hormone secreting cells can go into an overreaction mode­the fight or flight mode. Without magnesium they don’t come back down to resting state; they stay excited in that firing mode.”
Magnesium and Cholesterol
Another problem related to heart health, and one that has received considerable attention over the years, is cholesterol. A fatty substance found in many areas of the body, cholesterol in large quantities can be dangerous to health. Over time, it can build up on the walls of the arteries and can cause narrowing or hardening, leading to serious heart problems. Because cholesterol has obtained such a bad name, many may not know that it is actually produced in all cells naturally and has important bodily functions. “Cholesterol comes about through a series of chemical reactions,” Dr. Rosanoff explains. “Cholesterol is important because it is a steppingstone to the body’s manufacture of sex hormones like testosterone and estrogen.” One of the reactions involved in cholesterol production is called the rate-limiting reaction because it keeps control of the amount of cholesterol manufactured. The rate-limiting reaction requires magnesium. “The enzyme for the rate-limiting reaction has two phases: an active phase and an inactive phase,” says Dr. Rosanoff. “The inactive phase has to have magnesium tied to it. If you don’t have enough magnesium in the cell, that enzyme cannot be deactivated. As a result, that control point is weakened or absent; cholesterol continues to be manufactured and the cell cannot slow or stop it. This can result in a cholesterol buildup.”
Stress Requirements
“The magnesium requirement during stress soars,” says Dr. Rosanoff. “This includes any kind of stress coming into the body from exercise, mental and emotional issues, high noise, chemicals, or any other source.” Even someone regularly taking magnesium as part of a dietary program has far greater nutritional requirements when they experience a stress episode of some sort. Magnesium requirements also rise during healing from a bodily trauma such as injury or an operation. “Part of any bodily healing should include a really good source of magnesium as well as other essential nutrients, Dr. Rosanoff says. Much study at the cellular, biochemical and physiological levels has shown that the stress response vitally involves the influx of calcium into cells, resulting in a drastic change in the cells’ internal magnesium-to calcium ratio. “In simple solutions, such as salt water, all ions are evenly dispersed,” says Dr. Rosanoff. (An ion is simply an atom with an electrical charge, and on a cellular level elements such as calcium and magnesium exist as ions.) “Not so in living cells. Ions are carefully and meticulously separated in living cells, and this ion ‘packaging’ is vital to life processes and health. Calcium ions, for the most part, are kept outside cells while magnesium ions are kept mainly inside cells. The stress response changes this. During stress response, calcium ions rush inside the cell, and this alters the internal magnesium-to-calcium ratio. This change in ratio exhibits wide effects because, while magnesium and calcium are very similar in their chemistry, biologically these two elements function and react very differently.”
Magnesium and calcium are two sides of a physiological coin: they are antagonistic to one another yet operate as a team. For example, calcium excites nerves; magnesium calms them down. Calcium makes muscles contract, but magnesium is necessary for muscles to relax. Calcium is necessary to the clotting reaction­essential for wound healing­but magnesium keeps the blood flowing freely and prevents abnormal thickening when clotting reactions would be dangerous. Scientific study shows more and more that the underlying cellular change enabling the stress response is a low magnesium-to-calcium ratio caused by a large and sudden influx of calcium into cells. The stress response subsides when the cells’ magnesium returns to its dominant presence inside cells, moving extra calcium back to its “normal” position, thus restoring the cells’ normal ratio.
Why Don’t Doctors Know?
If magnesium is so important to heart health, you may wonder why you’ve never heard it from your medical doctor. There are numerous reasons, but one of the most fundamental lies with our educational system. Preventative nutrition is simply not taken up seriously in medical education. As for magnesium, Dr. Rosanoff herself was taught very little about it in eight years of intensive study in Nutritional Science for her master’s and PhD degrees at UC Berkeley. Researching magnesium deficiency and its true effects was a long road of discovery for Dr. Rosanoff, resulting in the eventual publication of her and Dr. Seelig’s book.
Doctors are also a bit hobbled by what may very well be a faulty test for magnesium deficiency. Dr. Rosanoff cites Professor Ron Elin, who in 2000 wrote a paper detailing the fact that the “standard” level of magnesium for lab tests may have been obtained by testing on people who were magnesium deficient to begin with. Hence, a person may obtain a blood test that shows a “normal” level of magnesium which in fact is a deficit. For that reason, Dr. Rosanoff recommends that anyone getting a blood test for magnesium level not be satisfied with the results until they are at least in the top half of what is considered the “normal” range. “When faced with our stressful lifestyles, coupled with a society presenting a chronically low magnesium/high calcium diet, what is our best defense?” Dr. Rosanoff poses. “For many of us, magnesium supplements can help to preserve or restore a healthy magnesium-calcium balance, so important to our health in these stressful times.” Dr. Rosanoff continues with her groundbreaking work on magnesium and we look forward to more of her contributions in the future.
Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD on Magnesium and Heart Health:
“We have everything we need in our bodies to heal,” says Sherry Rogers, MD, who, among her many achievements, can lay claim to being a noted author and extensive researcher of molecular biochemistry. “We’ve seen it happen over and over again throughout my 37 years of practice, where folks have healed things for which they’ve been told there’s no known cause, no known treatment.” Dr. Rogers is the author of Detoxify or Die, The High Blood Pressure Hoax, Pain Free in 6 Weeks and many others.  You can check out her newsletter at Prestige Publishing.
She basically found that the medical community categorized all illnesses as “drug deficiencies,” and when drugs failed the only recourse was surgery. She began researching how healing was done prior to today’s widespread reliance on medical doctors; that research took her into the field of natural medicine and, more importantly, into the molecular biochemistry of the body and how it actually heals. Thirty-seven years later, she is semi retired from practice but continues full force as an author (of both books and newsletters) and a researcher, as well as maintaining a phone consultation practice to directly assist those in need. “There are too few people doing what I do,” she says. “Until that void is filled, I’ll never stop writing the newsletters and the books because I feel that’s the main focus ­ to empower people.
Her thoughts on Heart Health:
As one might guess from the title of her book, The High Blood Pressure Hoax!, another area for which she has gathered plentiful research deals with the number one health issue in America today: heart disease. And today’s treatments­or, more precisely, their omissions­greatly concern Dr. Rogers. “It generally goes like this: folks will arrive at a cardiology clinic with arrhythmia [abnormal heart rhythm] or angina [severe chest pain]. Then they have a million-dollar workup for all the different causes and are prescribed medication. If the medications don’t work, stents [small expandable tubes used for inserting in blocked vessels] are inserted. For atrial fibrillation [a specific type of arrhythmia in which the heart’s two small upper chambers quiver instead of beating effectively] it’s even scarier; if medications fail, patients are given cardioversion, which is basically an electrocution of the heart. They are also given blood thinners, which put patients in great danger of bleeding to death. Blood thinners trigger osteoporosis and do a lot of other damaging things that we’ve included in The High Blood Pressure Hoax! ”
Part of Dr. Rogers’ consternation deals with the fact that many physicians don’t consider less drastic (and less expensive) natural remedies. Calcium channel blockers are a primary class of drugs prescribed for heart conditions and these can have side effects ranging from unpleasant to serious. Nature’s calcium channel blocker is magnesium, which has no side effects. Relaxation of muscles­of which the heart is one­is a primary function of magnesium, hence its importance, which Dr. Rogers cannot stress enough. “If you wanted to take the most important, the number one, mineral in the human body that is sorely neglected, and is at the root of just about every disease, and is a component of just about every symptom, it’s magnesium,” she says. “It runs more enzymes than any other mineral in the body­over 400 enzymes. The average American diet, government studies show us, provides only 40%­less than half the magnesium that we all need in a day. So, almost everybody is low!” Magnesium deficiency also relates to another heart health issue, cholesterol. “I have here right in front of me, from the Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2004 Volume 23, a paper from one of the world’s leading experts in magnesium showing how magnesium works just like a statin drug and better,” she says, noting that the number one drug currently prescribed for high cholesterol, Lipitor, is a statin drug. “Magnesium inhibits the HMG-CoA reductase enzyme (HMG-CoA reductase is an enzyme needed by the body to make cholesterol.) that statin drugs work on. Magnesium promotes an enzyme called LCAT, which can drag cholesterol off the arterial wall and raise the HDL, the good cholesterol, which also is a wheelbarrow that takes the cholesterol off the arterial wall.”
Peter Gillham’s Natural Calm:
The form of magnesium that Dr. Rogers recommends is Peter Gillham’s Natural Calm which she’ll go out of her way to point out is not a sponsored recommendation. “I am not paid by them. I never worked for them. I never received a cent from them!” she laughs. “And that’s one of the things I make sure of in my books and my newsletters. I’m the sole researcher, writer and editor, and I do not take any paid advertisements, or any advertisements at all.” She has recommended Natural Calm for years, she says, since she first discovered it. The reasons­as with all Dr. Rogers’ reasoning­stem from detailed research. First, she is one of few who are actually measuring magnesium levels, along with a host of other nutrient levels, in the body. Hence, she was able to readily observe the best-absorbed form of the mineral. “We would measure levels of magnesium oxide, which is the cheapest magnesium form, and readily available in many health food stores,” she reports. “But it’s less than 50 percent absorbed. Same thing with a lot of the chelates­chelated magnesium is supposed to be wonderful, but you have to take two and three times what the dose says on the bottle to get that level. Whereas with Natural Calm it’s a citrate, plus it’s a powder, and so it’s liquid; you can have it with a lot of water and you’re getting those levels in right away.” She also says she can tell its effectiveness by patients reporting back to her with successes.
Of her approach, Dr. Rogers says, “With a drug, you’re poisoning someone who’s already down and out they already have one foot in the hole. That’s why they have a symptom. The symptom is the very first God-given excuse to say, ‘Whoa! Stop the presses! Let’s look at all the chemistry and find out what’s broken and fix it and get this person cured. Get them back to normal or even, in many cases, better than normal.’”
What does Magnesium do for me? Why is it so important?
Magnesium is an essential nutrient for all living things. Along with calcium and phosphorus, magnesium is considered to be a major element in human nutrition. It influences numerous bodily processes, including digestion, energy production, muscle function, bone formation, creation of new cells, activation of B vitamins, relaxation of muscles, as well as assisting in the functions of the heart, adrenals, kidneys, brain and nervous system. It even helps to regulate body temperature. Lack of sufficient available magnesium in the body can interfere with any or all of these processes.
Magnesium is very vital to the body function. According to: The World’s Healthiest Foods.
“Magnesium is used in the physical structure of the bones. Magnesium must be present to assimilate calcium into the bone structure. It is also very important for your nerves; magnesium regulates heart function and muscle tone. If you are deficient in magnesium, you may notice an impact on your heart in the form of heart palpitations and in the muscle in the form of muscle spasms, twitches and cramps. Magnesium is also a critical cofactor in around 300 enzyme reactions in the body; without magnesium these enzymes will just not work.”
Having a magnesium deficiency may contribute to any of the symptoms listed above because of the way that it regulates muscle and nervous function. A muscle twitch here and there is not a big deal; but, over time, if there continues to be a deficit in magnesium, these muscle twitches may develop into muscle cramps and muscle pain. People with Fibromyalgia (a condition that involves a lot of muscle pain) are almost always deficient in magnesium.
What is a healthy magnesium level?
A significant percentage of the population have below healthy magnesium levels, including many who already use magnesium. Why? First, the amount of magnesium required by the body is greater than people think. Second, most magnesium capsules and tablets are not completely absorbed by the body. Third, people over-supplement with calcium. Calcium requires magnesium to assimilate into the system. If you take a calcium supplement alone, it will pull magnesium out of the system to make up for the magnesium it needs for assimilation. If you find that your muscles tense or lock up when taking calcium, it is almost certainly because you need magnesium.
Magnesium depletion can be caused by such things as mental stress, caffeine, sugar, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, high perspiration, low thyroid function, diabetes, chronic pain, diuretics, and a high-carbohydrate, high sodium or high-calcium diet. If you are trying to get help from your doctor, it may be tough! Most health professionals have been taught that magnesium deficiency is rare and that most diets provide enough magnesium. HA! There were close to a MILLION searches last MONTH (June 2006) on insomnia alone. This is a common symptom of magnesium deficiency; somehow I don’t think that magnesium deficiency is rare! Scientific research does not even support this widespread view of magnesium deficiency being uncommon. Our diet, with its processed foods and use of refined sugar and flour, is usually quite low in magnesium.
Over our lifetimes, the dairy industry has spent a lot of money and effort convincing us that calcium is very important for our bones. They have done an exceptional job and many, many people get their 3 dairy servings daily or take calcium supplements. And they are right, calcium is a very important mineral with which to supplement. However, we also are commonly deficient in magnesium. Currently, the recommended daily allowance for magnesium is only 350 mg of elemental magnesium per day, but there is speculation that this amount is too low. According to an article from the 1996 FDA Science Forum Abstract posted on www.mgwater.com the estimated intake of magnesium in the US is only 300 mg; so, most people are not even getting the recommended amount of magnesium. And studies show that we may really need much then the stipulated 350 mg per day. Some studies show that we may actually require up to 900 mg of elemental magnesium per day! Wow!
Another article at: www.hoptechno.com also states that most people are low in their magnesium intake in regards to the RDA recommendation. According to this report, women from 19-50 years of age only get about 74% of the RDA, men get about 94%. However, if the RDA is low, then we should really measure against the actual amount of magnesium needed in a day. If you measure against 900 mg per day of magnesium, then women are only getting about 35% of their requirements and men are receiving about 44%. That is a significant deficit in magnesium right there.
How does Magnesium impact different conditions?
Calcium, Magnesium and Stress: Calcium and Magnesium are two different sides of a coin. Calcium excites nerves while magnesium calms them down. Calcium makes muscles contract. Magnesium is necessary for muscles to relax. Calcium is needed for blood clotting but magnesium keeps the blood flowing freely. It is easy to see that it is vital to keep these minerals in balance and that too little magnesium to balance calcium could be both uncomfortable and unhealthy. To ward off the negative effects of a prolonged stressful period, a person needs to balance calcium with adequate amounts of magnesium.
Energy and Fatigue: Magnesium is essential for the maintenance of adequate energy reserves. When insufficient magnesium is available, cellular energy production is inhibited, and the eventual outcome is fatigue and weakness. Magnesium also helps regulate potassium levels and the functioning of the adrenal glands – both of these are important for maintaining high energy levels.
Sleep and Muscle Disorders: Inability to sleep and feeling uncomfortable upon rising are caused by a lack of minerals – particularly magnesium. Muscle soreness, tension, spasms, and cramps are likewise caused by a lack of magnesium. Take sufficient magnesium and they will disappear.
PMS and Weakening Bones: PMS and hormonal imbalances are greatly exaggerated and worsened by a low magnesium level. Too much calcium will worsen PMS considerably because it throws off the mineral balance. Women taking calcium supplements to ward off osteoporosis – without adequate magnesium – can actually lower the bone mineralization process. Magnesium is crucial to increasing bone mass.
Kids and Magnesium: Kids need magnesium, too! If your child is having trouble sleeping or struggling with muscle cramps or constipation Natural Calm Magnesium may make a tremendous difference for them!
I felt compelled to write and share my experience with Natural Calm plus Calcium. I have been under severe emotional stress for the past year, and have on more than one occasion, found myself in the ER with symptoms I was certain were heart attacks. Luckily, that was not the case, but the strange sensations persisted and the worry over them exacerbated the stress situation.
More than one doctor prescribed “Happy Pills” which I refused to take. I had been taking Magnesium supplement tablets in the hope that they would help protect my heart; however, I was losing faith in them quickly.
I found Natural Calm on the Web and spoke at length with Tom before ordering. My purchase arrived very quickly and I began using the product immediately. By the end of the first day of use I noticed my racing heartbeat had slowed to its normal resting rate. Within 2 or 3 days of using the product the strange muscle “twitches” I felt in my chest stopped. About the same time, the strange sensation in my throat and the difficulty swallowing I was having was gone.
I have returned to the gym (I was afraid to go with the strange sensations in my chest), and my workouts are fantastic! My heart rate returns to normal very quickly after strenuous exertion, and I get a good, restful sleep… Something I have not had in over a year. My co-workers have also noticed a significant improvement in my mood. One even asked me if I was taking “Happy Pills”… I was very proud to say “NO” and to tell him about Natural Calm plus Calcium.
This product has given me my life back and I am very grateful.
John, CT (06/09)

I wanted to tell you and Tom how much the natural calm magnesium helped. I have been struggling with my emotions, I had a mild panic attack a few days before I spoke with you and was anxious about this, so I called. Tom told me to have some natural calm magnesium. I drank the first glass while on the phone with Tom and by the end of the conversation I felt 100% better. After the second glass I can’t believe how much better I feel mentally and emotionally. Amazing! – Diedre, FL

I wanted to let you know about my son’s improvement on Natural
Calm. As you know, he is 4 yrs old and we’ve battled daily behavior
issues with him. Last month he was tested and found to be Gifted,
but also has ADHD, impulsive type and Sensory Integration
Disfunction. His impulsiveness, aggression, constant touching and
loud disruptions, to name a few, have caused him to be kicked out of
his private Pre-K. In addition, he has battled constipation since he
was 6 months old. With the only “side effect” of Natural Calm being
that when you take too much you have diarrhea, this was an answer to
both problems. After 9 days on 1 tsp daily of the Natural Calm,
we’ve noticed a marked improvement in his ability to control his
actions and a better focus and concentration, and for the first time,
he was able to sit down and color a coloring page completely without
being distracted. :-) And, as a bonus, it helped his constipation,
his stools are softer and “going” is no longer a painful dramatic
event. Oh, and he doesn’t know he’s getting it. I mix it in a small
amount of hot water, then mix that with no sugar added apple juice in
his sippy cup with a few ice cubes. Then, to prove to my husband
that the Natural Calm is what’s helping him, I took him off of it,
and the very next day his troublesome behaviors were pronounced
again. Natural Calm is the only proven therapy for our son’s ADHD
and Sensory Integration Disfunction, as well as effective for his
constipation. We are so thankful for it!

My name is Heather. I am 6 months pregnant and have been having really strange symptoms that have been getting worse and worse. I have had muscle twitching, back spasms, my legs have been restless and I feel like I need to be moving all of the time even though I am exhausted because I have been having a hard time going to sleep and staying asleep. I have also been having muscle tightness across my chest and heart racing. After talking to you, I tried 1/4 tsp of the Calm with Calcium to see how I would react. The muscle tightness across the chest and the heart racing were calming down within 15 minutes of taking the tea. Throughout the day, I took another 1 1/2 tsp of the Calm with Calcium. The last teaspoon I took at 11:00 PM. When I got to sleep, I slept for 9 hours straight through. This is something I haven’t done in months. By the next morning, all of the muscle issues, chest tightness and heart racing were completely gone! I can’t tell you how grateful I am for something that actually works! My doctor just shrugged his shoulders when I asked him what was wrong with me, he didn’t offer me any help at all. – Heather, ID

I am happy to say that for the past few weeks, I have been taking the Natural Calm and have seen dramatic results in my life of pain and agony that I have long suffered for almost 2 decades!
I have been trying to find ways without heavy medications, to fight the pain and swelling of both my fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis that I have had for about 2 decades of my life.
I have tried prescribed medications such as Tylenol #3’s, amytriptyline 25mg which I took three at bedtime, and found no relief, as well as such things as rice packs, soaking in hot baths, dermal anelgesics such as Tiger Balm, Aspercreme, Absorbine Jr. and the likes, which offered no relief and also caused a battle of smells and dried out skin from them.
Talking to my friend, she suggested that I try the Natural Calm and much to my skeptical surprise! It truly worked for me!!!! Finally, after so many years, I could find my pain at a minimum on these wet, cold days of our Oregon Coast winters…and very little swelling of my joints!  Thank you, from the bottom of my heart Leanne, for showing me a world that is made easier with your products!!!!  You are a true blessing! – Aura-:e, OR

I love this product, I feel like a new man. Feelings of uptightness and temper are gone. My friends can even tell the difference!! – Patrick. Fl

A young mother called me the other day to tell me how she was doing…. She opened the conversation by saying that in the past there had not been ONE day that she had waken up without having debillitating pain in her muscles. This was hard to deal with as she has an active two year old; she would struggle to lift him and did not have the energy to keep up with him. She had been to doctor after doctor and spent thousands of dollars in tests to find an answer, but no one could tell her the solution to her issue. She refused to believe that this muscle pain could be Fibromyalgia. She was also having trouble sleeping. She decided to try Natural Calm Magnesium to see if her symptoms were indeed due to magnesium depletion. Within 3 days, she slept through the night and woke up in the morning with absolutely no pain in her muscles. She had the energy to go to the water park with her two year old and was lifting him all over the place at the park. She was so thrilled to have found such a simple and inexpensive solution that relieved this condition that she had been struggling with for so long!!! – Kristie, CA

I was having so much trouble sleeping, I even had the “lump in my throat”, but once I started the Natural Calm my sleeping problem completely disappeared and the lump in my throat is gone. – Terra, OH

I have always had a problem with the feeling of a physical lump in my throat. I felt that food was actually passing around this thing, but no doctor could detect anything when they looked down my throat. The doctor’s were telling me that it was all in my mind. The very first time I tried the Natural Calm, I could actually feel the lump dissolving in my throat. It stayed away for about 24 hours and then was back, but each time I take the Natural Calm it disappears. I know that it will go away for good once I am caught up on my magnesium deficiency. – Christine, TX

I have had a lot of issues with insomnia. At certain times during my menstrual cycle, I could not get more than an hour or two of sleep each night. Within 48 hours of taking the Natural Calm, my sleeping was soooo much better and I was getting a full night’s rest again.. Thanks for a great product..! – Sherry, NC

Problems with heart racing, muscle twitches, cramping, menstrual issues and even a lump in the throat were gone within a week… I can’t believe how much better I feel. Thanks! – Sherese, WA


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