Colloidal minerals are precious nutritional elements essential for physical and mental well-being that allow the excellent functioning of vitamins, enzymes and other nutrients within our body.
Magnesium: Magnesium is one of the most important minerals for our body, essential in metabolic processes: it contributes to a great extent to the regulation of the heartbeat, to the maintenance of muscular power and to the efficiency of the nervous system; triggers more than 300 fundamental biochemical reactions for our well-being, including reactions related to muscle contraction, including the heart; is involved in the processes of bone and tooth formation (helping to fix calcium and phosphorus). Without sufficient magnesium, the bones can become brittle and subject to fractures, regardless of how much calcium was taken, because the fixation of calcium in the bones is via magnesium. Calcium and magnesium also work in synergy to control the action of the muscles: when these two minerals are not in balance, the muscles remain contracted, giving rise to cramps and tensions of various kinds. It is essential in managing the transmission of nerve stimuli to the muscles and in communication between neurons and muscle cells; at the cardiovascular level, it plays an essential role in managing the heartbeat; it is also essential in the assimilation of important vitamins, such as B vitamins, vitamin C and vitamin E. It intervenes in the formation of serotonin which relieves depressive, anxiety, irritation and stress, and in the synthesis of melatonin, alleviating disorders that prevent physiological sleep.