Menrva said:833mg of magnesium citrate is likely to cause bowel intolerance - soft stools and/or diarrhea - in people who are deficient. That means the magnesium isn't absorbed by the body and would be a waste of money - no pun intended. :) The fact that they don't know that and their label is misspelled ('your' should be 'you're') is a bit fishy - to me at least.onemen said:Does anyone know if this Brand is legit? "Vitamins because your worth it"
_http://www.ebay.com/itm/Magnesium-Citrate-833-mg-200-Capsules-High-Potency-Fresh-Expires-2021-USA-FDA-/201396417131?hash=item2ee429726b:g:DGAAAOSwAKxWXed~ How can they get precisely 833mg also so cheap..
If you are looking for inexpensive magnesium citrate or another form of magnesium, Swanson Vitamins carries quite a few low-priced, reputable brands and they do ship internationally.
I agree, it looks fishy to me too, I'd probably get it from a different brand. Brands I've used that I think are good are 'Now Foods', 'Source Naturals', and 'Natural Factors', but I recommend to always check the ingredients.
As a sidenote, I discovered this website which sells magnesium chloride crystals which people can dissolve in warm water for a bath or a foot soak. I used a magnesium chloride crystals bag once, and it had an immediate effect. But shipping costs are lowest for people in the Netherlands/Germany/Belgium. On Amazon, it's available here, for those who are interested.