This daily supplement is free from gluten, dairy, soy, preservatives, sugar, and shellfish and contains a combination of Magnesium Citrate, Magnesium Glycinate, and Magnesium Malate – which according to studies are three of the most bioavailable forms of Magnesium – along with Zinc and Vitamin D3, which work synergistically to promote enzyme function, support bone, and muscle strength, and to help maintain a healthy heart.

Key Ingredients


Magnesium Citrate, Magnesium Glycinate, and Magnesium Malate

225 mg Magnesium per capsule.


Magnesium Citrate

Magnesium bound with naturally occurring citric acid, Magnesium Citrate has been shown in some studies to be the most bioavailable form of Magnesium, allowing the body to absorb it easily and for it to work quickly and effectively. (source) 

Magnesium Glycinate

Formed from elemental magnesium and the amino acid glycine, Magnesium Glycinate also easily absorbed by the body, and less likely to cause digestive issues (such as diarrhea) than Magnesium Citrate and some other forms. It is commonly used as a treatment for inflammatory conditions such as heart disease and diabetes (source) and there is some evidence to suggest that it has calming properties and can help to reduce anxiety, depression, stress, and insomnia. (source)

Magnesium Malate

A combination of Magnesium and Malic Acid  which is found naturally in a number of fruits and vegetables and is commonly used as a food additive, Magnesium Malate is well absorbed by your body according to some evidence (source) and is, therefore, an effective way to treat Magnesium deficiency, while it also may be less likely to cause laxative effects than some other forms. 


Zinc Citrate and Zinc Ascorbate

7.5 mg of Zinc per capsule.


One of the most important micronutrients in existence, Zinc is second only to iron as the most prevalent trace mineral found in the body (source) and is central to your immune function, and used to make both protein and DNA.

There is some evidence to suggest that, in the correct dosage, zinc may reduce muscle cramps, with one clinical trial finding 30mg Zinc Supplementation improved cramps in 10/12 patients, and completely resolved the issues in seven of them! (source)

Vitamin D3

(as Cholecalciferol)

25 mcg (1000 IU) per capsule.


Vitamin D is vital for your physical and immune health, and Vitamin D deficiency is linked to a number of issues including reduced mineral density and bone diseases like osteoporosis (source), along with an increased risk of heart disease, type 1 and 2 diabetes, cancer, dementia, and autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis. (source)

Vitamin D deficiency is extremely common with studies finding 41.6% of people in the United States are deficient. (source) 

This supplement contains Vitamin D3, which is widely considered to be significantly more effective than D2 in raising vitamin D levels in your blood.

Our Verdict

This supplement would appear to be an effective means of combating Magnesium deficiency as the recommended dosage of two capsules contains high levels of highly absorbable Magnesium. 

In addition, unlike many magnesium supplements on the market, it also contains Zinc which some evidence suggests can be an effective way of reducing muscle cramps, and they also offer a one-year money-back guarantee if you are unsatisfied with their products.

However, it should be noted that this supplement has not been designed specifically to combat muscle cramps, and (unlike Medicramp) the recommended daily dose of two capsules would contain significantly less Zinc than that found to be effective in reducing cramps (source). In addition, although Vitamin D is vital for your health, and deficiency may lead to weakened bones, there is insufficient evidence to suggest that it can be used as an effective treatment for muscle cramps.


How many capsules does each bottle contain?

Each bottle contains 90 capsules.

What dosage do they recommend?

They recommend, 2 capsules taken once daily, with or without food or as directed by a healthcare professional

How quickly will they work?

No specific information is provided.