Bulk Magnesium Citrate Powder
Product name: Bulk Magnesium Citrate Powder
Specification: Mg 10.5-17 %
Test method: HPLC
Appearance: White powder
Bulk Magnesium Citrate Powder is a good choice for supplementation and can be used for cognitive enhancement.
Magnesium citrate is also named as trimagnesium citrate nonahydrate and manufactured by citric acid and magnesium carbonate. It occurs as white odorless powder. It's practically soluble in acids but insoluble in water and alcohol. It easily gets damp.
Magnesium plays a vital role in regulating the neuromuscular activity of the heart, converts blood sugar to energy and is necessary for proper calcium and Vitamin C metabolism.
Chemical Name: Magnesium Citrate Powder
Molecular weight: 451.1
Physical properties: White powder; non-toxic and noncorrosive.
Molecular formula: Mg3(C6H5O7)2
Application: Magnesium citrate, as a supplement in pill form, is useful for the prevention of kidney stones.
Usage: In food, pharmaceutical, and daily chemical industries, it is used as additives.
Packing: In 25kg composite plastic woven/ paper bag with PE liner
Storage and transport: It should be stored in a dry and ventilative warehouse and kept away from moisture and toxins. Handled with care, so as to avoid damage to the packing bags.
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●MAGNESIUM CITRATE POWDER AND BLOOD GLUCOSE PRESSURE
Numerous studies show that magnesium can reduce blood pressure and blood glucose. One study found that magnesium reduced fasting blood glucose after 6 months of magnesium supplementation. Fasting blood glucose is the blood glucose level experienced after not eating for at least 8 hours, and is typically measured upon waking from sleep. Another study found that when used in conjunction with lifestyle changes, magnesium reduced 24-hour blood pressure.
●MAGNESIUM CITRATE AND BREATHING IMPROVEMENT
Magnesium can also offer improvements to breathing. Children who took 300mg of magnesium daily were found to have greater bronchial resilience. One study found that magnesium supplementation improved the amount of resilience that the airway demonstrated in response to methacholine, a choline ester used to diagnose bronchial hyper-reactivity.