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Re: Magnesium for depression - Does it work long t Phillipa

Posted by Trotter on April 18, 2009, at 22:04:12

In reply to Re: Magnesium for depression - Does it work long t, posted by Phillipa on April 18, 2009, at 11:08:51

George Eby found 800mg daily of elemental magnesium (divided into 4 doses) in the form of oral magnesium gycinate was best for him. This form of magnesium seems to be less of a laxative, and may even be more efficacious for depression than other forms, although this is unproven.

I take it transdermally via epsom salts baths and magnesium chloride oil applied to skin, which makes it impossible to know how much magnesium I am getting. Just a matter of trial and error.




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