Magnesium Naturally Lowers Blood Pressure

Give yourself and your loved ones the gift of lower stress, anxiety and blood pressure. With heart disease and heart attacks as the leading cause of death for women in the United States, our magnesium products are vital to your health and when used regularly will increase your magnesium levels. 

“I’ve had high blood pressure my whole life. I never wanted to take blood pressure medication. I started using your Vital Vortex Magnesium Cream and Supernova Body Butter for my restless legs and to sleep better at night. I also started to supplement with the oral magnesium that you recommended and doing epsom salts foot soaks. I went to the doctor and he checked my blood pressure and for the first time in 76 years my blood pressure was 120 over 80 and 110 over 68! He was concerned and wanted to know if I was taking any blood pressure medication. I told him I was not that I was using Magnesium and he said, “Magnesium is good but it wouldn’t do that.” I have learned that there is no point in arguing with the white coats. I just chuckled and in my mind. I’ve been following your posts and newsletters for the past year and really believe in the power of Magnesium! Thank you!” - Judi

“Magnesium status has a direct effect upon the relaxation capability of vascular smooth muscle cells and the regulation of the cellular placement of other cations important to blood pressure - cellular sodium:potassium (Na:K) ratio and intracellular calcium (iCa(2+)). As a result, nutritional magnesium has both direct and indirect impacts on the regulation of blood pressure and therefore on the occurrence of hypertension. Hypertension occurs when cellular Na:K ratios become too high, a consequence of a high sodium, low potassium diet or, indirectly, through a magnesium deficient state which causes a pseudo potassium deficit. Like wise, magnesium deficiency alters calcium metabolism, creating high iCa(2+), low serum calcium and low urinary calcium states even when calcium intake is adequate. High iCa(2 + ) and high cellular Na:K ratio both occur when cellular magnesium becomes too low and the Mg-ATP driven sodium-potassium pump and calcium pump become functionally impaired.”  Source - www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15692166/

Please consult with your doctor if you are taking high blood pressure medication before supplementing with magnesium. Magnesium naturally lowers your blood pressure and you do NOT want to quit your medication without talking with your primary doctor.