Trace Minerals Stress X Magnesium Powder helps your mind and body feel peaceful and relaxed. While 60% of magnesium in the body is found in the bones and teeth, 40% of the magnesium in the body is found in the muscles. In the muscles, magnesium is primarily responsible for muscle relaxation after contraction. Studies indicate that 68% of US adults consume less than the RDA of magnesium per day. A deficiency of magnesium in the body can result in a myriad of problems, including muscle cramps and nerve irritability.
- 100 servings, 50 servings
- Non-GMO formula
- 350 mg of Magnesium per serving!
- 2 Delicious Flavors - Lemon Lime, Raspberry Lemon
- Ionic Trace Minerals
- Helps your mind and body feel peaceful and relaxed
- Relaxes muscles after contraction
- Gluten Free
Magnesium is also the second-most plentiful positively charged ion found within the cells of the body, signifying its importance in a multitude of physiological cellular functions.
Stress-X Magnesium Powder is a natural magnesium supplement formulated with magnesium malate and a special blend of magnesium carbonate and citric acid, which creates a highly absorbable form of magnesium citrate to help maintain healthy magnesium levels in the body to help you stay calm and relaxed and to feel overall wellness in body and mind. Trace Minerals Research also added a complex of over 72 naturally-occurring electrolytes from Ionic Trace Minerals for a magnesium supplement that is unmatched in the industry.
Why You Need Ionic Minerals
Minerals, the Universe, and You
What are minerals anyway? Minerals are nothing more than elements—the very same elements that grace the periodic table inside a high school chemistry text book like chromium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and so on. They are the elements that comprise the entire universe, this earth, and everything on it, including you.
Your body is truly a masterpiece formed from these same elements. As such, it is important to constantly replenish your body with the elements it expends on a daily basis.
Chemical and electrical processes are occurring within your body at every moment. These processes can only function correctly if the proper balance of minerals is continually being supplied to your system. Iron for your blood, sulfur for your muscles, calcium for your bones, and an aggregation of many other elements in balanced trace amounts help to ensure the proper function of your body.
What Are Ions?
An ion is a mineral or element that has a positive or negative charge. On the molecular level, that means the element has either too many or too few electrons. This unstable ionic state allows the element to bond readily with water, making it possible for the body to absorb it. In this state, an element has specific positive or negative electrical signatures that cause a dynamic equilibrium to take place. The body can then facilitate changes to move nutrients to the areas that need them.
What Are Trace Minerals?
You may collect silver coins, wear a platinum ring, or have a gold filling. You've likely sipped tea poured from a copper kettle, eaten a cookie from a fancy tin container, or traveled on an airplane made of titanium. But did you know that these elements and many others—in very small, balanced trace amounts—are critical to your health? Although trace minerals are no longer as plentiful in the foods you eat, they exist plentifully in their proper proportions in the mineral-rich waters of the earth's oceans and seas.
The Stripping of Mother Earth
Traditionally, eating fresh grains, fruits, and vegetables grown in nutrient-rich soil has been the primary supply for a full spectrum of ionic minerals.
Unfortunately in today's world, naturally occurring, nutrient-rich soil is becoming increasingly rare. Eons of vegetation growth and aggressive modern farming techniques have brought many of the earth's minerals to the surface where they have been washed away.
Synthesized fertilizers are routinely applied to farms and fields where minerals have been depleted. But man-made fertilizers provide only enough mineral substance to support basic plant life. Numerous trace minerals essential to human life don't get replenished.
Where Have All the Minerals Gone?
Many of the trace elements once abundant in soil have been washed into the oceans. In the oceans they are found in their proper proportions—the same basic proportions that are found in healthy human bodies.
In a few surviving inland seas such as the Great Salt Lake of western North America, these essential elements exist in highly concentrated, salubrious proportions. This healthy, intricately balanced proportion of minerals and trace elements found in sea water is beneficial to the human body.
Today, these life-sustaining sea waters contain all of the minerals and elements necessary to support human life. Most importantly, these minerals and elements are ionic and in perfect balance—prime for being absorbed into the cells of your body.
The Importance of Ionic Minerals
Every second of every day your body relies on ionic minerals and trace minerals to conduct and generate billions of tiny electrical impulses. Without these impulses, not a single muscle, including your heart, would be able to function. Your brain would not function and the cells would not be able to use osmosis to balance your water pressure and absorb nutrients. To ensure you are getting the ionic minerals and electrolytes your body needs, only choose ionic mineral supplements or supplements that contain ionic minerals.
“Experts estimate 90 percent of Americans suffer from mineral imbalance and deficiency.”
A Disturbing Trend: Mineral Imbalance
Because your body requires nearly two thirds of all the elements currently known to man in order to maintain health, keeping these minerals in balance is a complex, yet incredibly vital task. The events of everyday living demand a continual ingestion of minerals.
There are 92 known elements, 22 hypothesized others, and hundreds of isotopic variations. It's no wonder that scientists are only now beginning to discover the effects and interrelationships of minerals in our human systems, such as how minerals help maintain a healthy balance, and what adverse effects are created by a mineral imbalance. Experts estimate that 90 percent of Americans suffer from mineral imbalance and deficiency.
If you are one of them—whether because of frequent exercise, stress, or a diet of overly refined, nutrient-poor foods—your body will attempt to correct the situation in futility, usually resulting in food cravings, muscle cramps, and general fatigue.
The Key Role of Absorption
The absorption of minerals primarily takes place within the small intestines. As food matter passes through the intestines, minerals transfer into the blood stream through the walls of the intestines by way of the villi (see Figure 3). This can only happen if the minerals are in an ionic form. Although stomach acid helps ionize the minerals in foods, a mineral supplement should contain already naturally ionized minerals to be fully absorbed.
“Trace minerals do not exist by themselves but in relationship to one another. Too much of one trace element can lead to imbalances in others...Most trace elements need to be in ionic form to be well absorbed in the intestine.” —Alexander G. Schauss, Ph.D.
The Secret of Life in a Dead Inland Sea
Western North America's Great Salt Lake is the world's oldest inland sea. A remnant of the last great Ice Age, the Great Salt Lake in Utah has been collecting and concentrating the minerals and trace elements of the surrounding Rocky Mountains for tens of thousands of years. The result is nutrient rich waters which contain over 72 ionic minerals and trace elements that are eight to ten times more concentrated than regular seawater—in precisely the same proportion as healthy human fluids. It is from this source that Trace Minerals Research harvests the elements and trace minerals that go into every product.
What Can You Do?
You can start by making sure you're getting enough minerals in your diet. Right? Eat organically grown fruits and vegetables, wholegrain breads and fortified cereals. In addition, take a multivitamin or mineral supplement. That's a good start, but even those measures are likely to leave your body wanting for a full spectrum of properly proportioned, readily available ionic minerals and trace minerals.
That's Where Trace Minerals Research Can Help
For over 35 years, Trace Minerals Research has been dedicated to combating the growing problem of mineral deficiency and imbalance in modern society. By harvesting the health-promoting ionic minerals found in the Great Salt Lake and making them available to the general public, they are committed to being the immutable source for the minerals necessary to maintain proper health.
Today, Trace Minerals Research offers over 100 different health promoting products that contain ConcenTrace, the premier ionic mineral mixture produced from the waters of the Great Salt Lake. Over the years, thousands of people who lacked essential trace elements in their diets have felt a difference in their health and well-being when replenishing these vital nutrients. Perhaps it's time you did, too.
Each Trace Minerals Research Product Includes ConcenTrace
Trace Minerals Research ensure the following elements are included in every Trace Minerals Research product (listed in approximate descending order):
Magnesium, Chloride, Potassium, Sulfate, Sodium, Boron, Bromide, Calcium, Carbonate, Silicon, Nitrogen, Selenium, Phosphorus, Iodine, Chromium, Iron, Manganese, Titanium, Rubidium, Cobalt, Copper, Antimony, Molybdenum, Strontium, Zinc, Nickel, Tungsten, Germanium, Scandium, Tin, Lanthanum, Yttrium, Silver, Gallium, Zirconium, Vanadium, Beryllium, Tellurium, Bismuth, Hafnium, Terbium, Europium, Gadolinium, Samarium, Cerium, Cesium, Gold, Dysprosium, Holmium, Lutetium, Erbium, Ytterbium, Neodymium, Praseodymium, Niobium, Tantalum, Thorium, Thallium, Rhenium, plus other minerals found in seawater.
ConcenTrace Trace Mineral Drops
This naturally occurring, liquid trace element and food supplement contains a full spectrum of trace and ultra-trace elements in ionic form. These minerals have been derived from the weathering and erosion of the huge variety of soils and rocks found in the drainage basin of the Great Salt Lake of Utah.
About Trace Minerals Research: The brand you trust
Trace Minerals Research is the ionic mineral supplement brand you've known and trusted for over 35 years. Until 1999, TMR had only a handful of products. But in that same year, three visionary TMR sales representatives saw the monumental growth potential these and future products had. Combining their resources, the reps purchased TMR and began strategically launching and marketing an ever-growing line of products.
Today, TMR offers improved delivery systems, bulk minerals, private label ingredients and a strong international presence. Company sales have increased by over 500 percent, and more than 50 products have been added to the product line. Due to this rapid growth, TMR has more than doubled the size of its facility and the number of its employees—all while retaining the product quality and corporate integrity that enabled the growth.