MAG R&R - Nighttime Muscle Cramps & Relaxation Support

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Mag R&R is our #1 best-selling natural supplement designed to prevent & relieve occasional night cramps, muscle tension, and spasms.
 
It's carefully formulated to work with your circadian rhythm to relax your muscles (and mind). So you can fall asleep easily and wake up refreshed.


If you've tried everything to relieve nighttime muscle cramps and tension — but still haven't found relief — you're going to love Mag R&R.

With over 250,000 bottles sold and hundreds of 5-star reviews, Mag R&R is the ultimate natural solution for night cramps and sleeplessness.

Keep reading to see how thousands of SaltWrap customers are finally conquering night cramps. And, be sure to check out the "Deals" tab below for current promotions.

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Dosage Guidelines:

 

Take 1-3 capsules in the late evening, prior to bedtime. For best results, dedicate at least 7 hours of sleep prior to taking Mag R&R.

 

If you weigh less than 150 pounds, we recommend assessing your tolerance by taking 1 or 2 capsules as a first dose.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: Is Mag R&R safe?

Mag R&R is manufactured in an FDA Registered, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) laboratory in the USA. All of the ingredients in Mag R&R are thoroughly researched and used in dosages observed in long-term clinical studies.

If you have any concerns, please consult with your physician before beginning.

 

 

Q: How long do I have to take Mag R&R to see results?

You'll likely feel the results after your first dose. However—some ingredients in the formula, such as Rhodiola and Ashwagandha, have been shown in clinical studies to produce optimal effectiveness after taking for 30 to 60 days. You’ll feel relaxed and get great sleep immediately, and the stress/recovery benefits will mostly likely become more apparent over time.

 

 

Q: How do I know that your claims are true and that Mag R&R contains the ingredients you claim it does?

Great question. We cite reference numbers throughout our product description that link to research publications at the bottom of the page. Feel free to read through the results of the studies so that you can come to your own conclusions. This is a smart practice that you should perform when purchasing any ingestible product.

 

Regarding the ingredients, our manufacturer is held to an extremely strict standard of operations and testing before releasing any formulas. You can take confidence that our labels match exactly what is in each bottle.

 

 

Q: I’ve heard Magnesium supplements cause diarrhea. Will I experience diarrhea with Mag R&R?

It is not likely, as Mag R&R utilizes the premium form of Magnesium, Magnesium Glycinate. Loose stools are common with Magnesium Oxide, but not with Magnesium Glycinate.

 

 

Q: Is Mag R&R a drug or a supplement? Is it FDA Approved?

Mag R&R is categorized as a dietary supplement, and contains only minerals, herbs and proven to be effective supplements. No statements we make have been evaluated or approved by the FDA. Mag R&R is manufactured in an FDA Registered lab in the U.S.

 

 

Q: Who should take Mag R&R?

Mag R&R was formulated to help athletes recover from intense exercise, and to help anyone who is consistently exposed to lifestyle stress relax, get better sleep, and wake up feeling great the next morning.

 

 

Q: How do I take it?

Take 1-3 capsules in the late evening, prior to bedtime. For best results, dedicate at least 7 hours of sleep prior to taking Mag R&R. If you weigh less than 150 pounds, we recommend assessing your tolerance by taking 1 or 2 capsules as a first dose.


 

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Nocturnal leg cramps are characterized by painful, sudden, involuntary contractions of muscles in the legs, feet and other extremities in the middle of the night.

 

They can be a slight nuisance or an excruciating condition.

 

It's important to understand that if muscle issues are keeping you up at night, it's not just your sleep quality being damaged.

 

Your overall quality of life is taking a hit.

 

Sleep quality and quantity largely determine your energy levels, cognitive performance, stress levels, bodyweight and general well-being.

 

And, you might be surprised by how common night cramps and muscle aches are.

 

Studies show around 1/3 of adults aged 60 or more experience nocturnal leg cramps. This number jumps to nearly one-half of people aged 80 years or more.

 

Of those affected, nearly 40% experience nighttime episodes several days per week.

 

If you are in that 40%, you know how detrimental this can be to your sleep at night and how you feel during the day.

 

Seniors, sedentary people, and endurance athletes are most commonly affected.

 

Unlike typical muscle cramps, the nocturnal variety are usually not caused by dehydration or electrolyte imbalances.

 

In most cases, there are several variables causing this sleep-disrupting annoyance, including:

  • Magnesium deficiency (or increased magnesium excretion)
  • Damaged or overactive nerves
  • Changes to activity levels
  • Disrupted circadian rhythm
    Poor circulation
  • Stress hormone level variations

 

What most OTC treatments and other natural remedies miss is that you must address all of these variables to get real, long-term relief.

 

Generally, the longer you've had issues with cramps, tension, spasms, or other muscle discomfort, the harder it is to get rid of.

 

In fact, many of our current clients found as after trying virtually every potion, pill, and remedy available.


We've heard it all...

 

  • Salt tablets.
  • Shots of yellow mustard.
  • Keeping a bar of soap under the bed sheets.
  • Heating pads.
  • Electrical stimulation.

 

This category of nutritional folklore is rich with with pseudoscience.

 

But, understandably, people will try anything to get relief when they are unable to sleep through the night.

 

If you are ready to finally put a stop to nighttime muscle discomfort with a science-backed, full spectrum nutritional approach — then you're in the right place.

 

 

We developed Mag R&R to address all the underlying issues that commonly cause cramps, spasms, muscle pain, and tension.

 

 

It's carefully formulated to work with your circadian rhythm to relax your muscles (and mind) so you can fall asleep easily and wake up refreshed.*

 

The clinically-supported ingredients in Mag R&R can help you:*

 

  • Soothe muscle cramps, aches, and pains
  • Melt away tension and fall asleep fast
  • Wake up refreshed (without stiffness or grogginess)
  • Support healthy sleep with natural herbs, minerals, and adaptogens
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Mag R&R reviews and ingredients

 

Mag R&R works by addressing three primary goals:

 

  1. Correct key sleep nutrient deficiencies.
  2. Re-establish a healthy sleep architecture (circadian rhythm).
  3. Relax both muscles and the nervous system immediately prior to bed.

 

Your evenings should be a time of relaxation and recovery.

 

Mag R&R can help you re-establish your natural nighttime rhythm.

 

Let's take a closer look at how the eight science-backed ingredients in Mag R&R can help you finally sleep through the night:

 

 

 

Magnesium Glycinate

 

Magnesium is involved in over 300 biochemical processes in the human body.

 

Found in nuts and leafy green vegetables—it helps maintain healthy muscle and nerve function, supports a healthy immune system and is crucial in the production of energy and protein.*

 

Most people don’t get enough from diet alone.

 

On top of that, elevated stress levels cause increased magnesium excretion, leading to even further magnesium deficiency.

 

Studies show supplementing with magnesium can help relax muscles and improve muscle discomfort.37

 

But not all magnesium supplements are created equal.

 

Common forms like magnesium oxide are better than nothing, but these are not readily absorbed in the intestinal walls (which leads to loose stools and occasional diarrhea, especially in high doses).6

 

Mag R&R uses only magnesium glycinate—a superior form of magnesium with higher absorption rates and better bioavailability.

 

Magnesium Glycinate is a combination of two separate compounds: the mineral magnesium, and the amino acid glycine.

 

Glycine is a popular calming amino acid. This makes the combination a perfect fit: improved bioavailability and a decreased laxative effect since glycine is actively transported through the intestinal wall.

 

Magnesium glycinate has been shown in clinical studies to help relax muscles, improve muscle function, and reduce pain symptoms.3,4

 

While most magnesium supplements on the market contain 100 mg to 400 mg of cheap magnesium (like magnesium oxide), Mag R&R contains 162 mg of elemental magnesium.

 

But for those with nocturnal cramps, aches, or tension — magnesium supplementation usually isn’t enough to calm muscles and nerves and help you regain your natural circadian rhythm.

 

That’s why Mag R&R contains 7 other ingredients designed to help relax tense muscles, improve central nervous system recovery, and support sleep efficiency.

 

 

 

Rhodiola

 

In traditional Chinese medicine, Rhodiola rosea is known as hóng jǐng tiān, where it is used to prevent altitude sickness and improve recovery time.7,8

 

Today, scientific studies have confirmed what ancient Medicine-Men knew all along: rhodiola is a super-herb, capable of boosting recovery and performance.

 

Rhodiola also has a protective effect on muscle tissue during exercise, helping to enhance muscle recovery by reducing levels of C-reactive protein and creatinine kinase in the blood.34

 

Here’s a shortlist of clinically-supported benefits of Rhodiola Rosea:

 

  • Reduces exercise-related muscle damage and stress11,12
  • Improves exercise performance and endurance11,13
  • Reduces depressive symptoms14,15
  • Improves symptoms of lifestyle-related stress9,16

 

Clinically-effective dosages of Rhodiola range from 50 mg to 300 mg (and higher when researchers study specific ailments).

 

We included 120 mg of Rhodiola in Mag R&R to ensure we went above and beyond the clinically effective dose for improving performance, recovery, and stress-related symptoms.

 

 

 

KSM-66 Ashwagandha

 

Ashwagandha—scientifically known as Withania somnifera—is an Ayurvedic herb traditionally used for immune support, energy, and relaxing the mind & body.

 

It also has demonstrated benefits related to your body's chief stress hormone, cortisol.

 

Ashwagandha is also an "adaptogen"—meaning it helps the body adapt to stress and to exert a normalizing effect when faced with outside stressors. It's been shown in clinical studies to:

 

  • Lower feelings of stress and anxiety18,19
  • Support immune system function20
  • Increase cardiovascular endurance21

 

The clinically effective dose of Ashwagandha is typically between 100 mg and 600 mg.

 

Mag R&R uses 120 mg of full spectrum root extract from KSM-66 Ashwagandha — a patented extract using traditional processing methods, commonly referred to as the "World's Best Ashwagandha."

 

 

GABA & 5-HTP

 

GABA is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter of the Central Nervous System.23

 

One of its main roles in the body is to reduce nervous system excitability, helping you calm down. It works in opposition to your “Fight or Flight” system so that your body can maintain nervous system health.

 

Without enough GABA, excitatory neurotransmitters like Adrenaline go unchecked—leaving you feeling overstimulated and stressed out.

 

5-HTP, another amino acid supplement, is an effective precursor to the body’s “feel-good hormone”—Serotonin.

 

These two supplements work great individually, but a recent study showed that their sleep-promoting powers are enhanced when they are combined.

 

A study published in Behavioral Brain Research (2016) showed that patients who took a combination of GABA and 5-HTP realized significant improvements in sleep quality and total sleep quantity (number of hours slept).​

 

Researchers concluded:

Our available evidence suggests that the GABA/5-HTP mixture modulates both GABAergic and serotonergic signaling. Moreover, sleep architecture can be controlled by the regulation of GABA receptor and GABA content with 5-HTP.”22

 

While GABA and 5-HTP are great supplements for sleep health and stress when taken separately, you get a synergistic effect when they are combined.

 

Mag R&R contains 100 mg EACH of GABA and 5-HTP to help you get to sleep more quickly and stay asleep through the night.*

 

 

 

Passion Flower Extract

 

Passiflora incarnata has been used as a medicinal plant in South America and Europe since the 16th century.

 

In smaller doses, it's an effective anti-spasmodic (making it a key player in the formula for addressing spasms and involuntary cramps).

 

While previous studies have focused on the plant’s sedative effects, a 2016 study published in Phytotherapy suggests that Passionflower also:

 

  • Improves spatial memory26
  • Reduces stress26

 

The clinically effective dose of Passion Flower Extract ranges from 30 mg to 300 mg.

 
Mag R&R contains 40 mg of Passion Flower Extract to help you relax, reduce muscle tension, and improve cognitive performance after a good night’s sleep.26

 

 

 

Melatonin

 

Melatonin is a naturally occurring compound secreted by the pineal gland in the human body, commonly used in supplement form to reduce symptoms of “Jet Lag” and fall asleep faster.

 

In clinical studies, melatonin supplements have clearly demonstrated positive effects on sleep quality (and interestingly enough, was also correlated with reduced body weight).27

 

Though melatonin is a completely natural compound, we used a dosage on the lower end of the clinically-effective spectrum to avoid disrupting your body’s natural melatonin production.

 

Mag R&R contains 3 mg of Melatonin.

 

 

 

Vitamin B6 (Pyrodoxine)

 

Vitamin B6 (Pyrodoxine) is involved in over 100 biological processes in the body.

 

Commonly known for its role in food metabolism and serotonin production, B6 can be found in meats, fish, eggs, nuts, and seeds—and is a common added ingredient to fortified cereals and grains.

 

Studies have shown that poor sleepers have lower intake levels of Vitamin B6.25

 

We included 1.7 mg (100% DV) of B6 in Mag R&R because of its vital role in the production of the “feel good” hormone serotonin, and its relationship with sleep quality.

 

 

 

 

We left no stone unturned.

 

Mag R&R addresses cramps, tension, muscle dysfunction, stress, and sleep health from every angle.

We used only the highest quality ingredients proven to be safe and effective for continued use.

 

And we want you to try it. Risk-free.

 

 


 

Mag R&R is backed by our 90 Day Love it or Free Guarantee.

 

If Mag R&R doesn't work for you, just let us know anytime within 90 days of your order and we’ll refund your order. We’ll even pay for return shipping. See full return policy here.

 

How can we afford to do this?

 

It's simple.

 

The vast majority of our customers experience relief and end up buying from us again.

Even with this generous policy, our refund rate is still far below the industry average.

 

This demonstrates our belief in Mag R&R and our commitment to your satisfaction.

 

 

 

Ready to get some long overdue R&R?

 

You can use Mag R&R every night to help you unplug, relax, and sleep like a baby.

You can also use Mag R&R "as needed" for cramps, muscle spasms, and general muscle tension.


Or after an intense training session that caused some serious muscle soreness.

The short-term benefits are clear: it relaxes you, and you fall asleep fast (and stay asleep).

 

But what you'll see shortly after taking Mag R&R is that you feel better the next day... recharged.

 

Even "Zen-like" as one client wrote to us.

 

So please—do yourself a favor and give it a shot. You literally have nothing to lose.

If you don't love it, contact us for a full refund of your purchase price.

 

So go ahead: get yourself some well-deserved R&R.

And take comfort in our no-risk 90 Day Love it or Free Guarantee.

 

One more thing—

Don't forget to take advantage of our discounts below.

 

You can save 10-20% plus FREE shipping when you use the discount codes below.

 

 

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**When you combine Subscribe & Save with the coupons above, you can save up to 20-35% off your first subscription order! Coupons apply to initial subscription orders only.

 

 


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