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Re: Magnesium for depression - Does it work long term? bleauberry

Posted by Trotter on April 19, 2009, at 18:57:32

In reply to Re: Magnesium for depression - Does it work long term?, posted by bleauberry on April 19, 2009, at 12:29:49

Interesting. The only oral magnesium I have tried is magnesium citrate and it was also negative for me moodwise, yet I also feel better after epsom salts baths (lasts a couple days). It could be the sulphate.

I will take oral magnesium glycinate at some stage to see if it is different to citrate for me, and also I will take some mag chloride baths to test the sulphate theory.

I am quite intrigued by magnesium.




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