In a preliminary study, oral magnesium supplementation improved symptoms in those people with CFS who previously had low magnesium levels, although magnesium injections were sometimes necessary. Nonetheless, several other researchers report no evidence of magnesium deficiency in people with CFS. The reason for this discrepancy remains unclear. If people with CFS do consider magnesium supplementation, they should have their magnesium status checked by a doctor before undertaking supplementation. It appears that only people with magnesium deficiency benefit from this therapy.
Each Capsule Contains:
- Magnesium 90 mg. (from 250 mg. Magnesium Aspartate Complex)
- Potassium 90 mg. (from 250 mg. Potassium Aspartate Complex)
- Other ingredients: Cellulose, gelatin and vegetable stearate
Adults take 1 capsule daily or as directed by physician