Magnesium is called the "anti-stress mineral." It aids in relaxing nerves, relieves tension, assists digestion, activating enzymes important for protein and carbohydrate metabolism, and modulating the electrical potential across all cell membranes. Magnesium, in a water soluble form, allows your calcium to start migrating out of the tissue and organ areas where it doesn't belong. Whatever your body doesn't need, it will expel. This process has a direct effect on curbing the aging process.
Magnesium is important in the production and transfer of energy, muscle contraction and relaxation, and nerve conduction. It also aids regularity, is necessary to keep vertebrae aligned, induces restful sleep. purifies and purges body tissues (combats acids, toxins, gases, impurities, and neutralizes poisons), and lowers fever. Chlorophyll and green vegetables contain magnesium.
Symptoms of a magnesium deficiency:
Calcification of organs
Calcification of arteries
High Blood Pressure
Dosage: Adults: One teaspoon daily. Children: 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon daily