Mag R&R Natural Muscle Relaxer with Magnesium Glycinate (PM Formula) - 90 Capsules
Mag R&R is much more than just a natural relaxation supplement. Continue reading to learn how we assembled 8 powerful, natural ingredients to help you battle muscle cramps, pain, tension and recovery.*
If you’re familiar with SaltWrap, you know we aren’t really a “Supplement Company”—our roots are in functional training and creating therapeutic solutions to injuries and performance problems.
But after witnessing a literal epidemic of adrenal fatigue, stress, and burnout with our clients—we had to do something.
While pretty much every product in the supplement industry is geared toward improving performance and strength without thinking about long-term health, we decided to do the opposite.
In the Lab: Developing Mag R&R
Through our observations and research, we noticed that most supplement companies focus on boosting performance without thinking about long-term effects.
And—the vast majority of supplements on the market use ingredients that are either (A) not proven in peer-reviewed studies to be effective or (B) not used in clinically-effective dosages.
Often we see supplements that contain as little as 1/20th of what the scientific literature deems effective!
We became frustrated by watching this epidemic of burn-out from our clients, and even MORE frustrated by supplement companies taking advantage of them…
So we asked ourselves the most important question we could ask:
What can we do to help?
This is when we decided to step out of our world (of training, corrective exercise, and therapeutic products) and into the world of performance nutrition.
Though our research took us into the mountains of Himalaya and the desert-regions of India (not literally, unfortunately…) the “hero ingredient” of our formula lives much closer to home.
In fact, it’s pretty much everywhere. You consume it daily—when you eat green vegetables, nuts, and anything that is earth-grown.
It’s in the soil beneath your feet, and in the Epsom Salt baths you soak in at night.
We take it for granted because it’s so common, but we can’t live without it.
When we consume too little of it, we experience cramping, nerve transmission problems, muscle fatigue, and even cognitive processing problems.
The powerful, elemental mineral I’m talking about is Magnesium.
Magnesium: The Muscle and Nerve Mineral
Magnesium is involved in over 300 biochemical processes in your body.
One of its most important roles is in relation to energy production, making it a crucial component of nearly all cellular processes. It helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, regulates heart rhythm, and even supports strong bones.
As more people are becoming aware, most of us don’t consume enough magnesium from our diets.
Studies over the past decade have shown that nearly 48% of the US population consumes less than the required amount of magnesium from food. 
Urban sprawl and agricultural overuse have depleted our soil of its mineral content. This is another good reason to eat locally grown, organic foods. And why magnesium supplements have skyrocketed in popularity over the past few years. 
Magnesium supplements have been hailed for decades as effective solutions to some migraine headaches, enhancement of memory and learning, and even regional pain syndrome.  Past studies have shown that patients with low serum magnesium levels correlate with increased perceived pain levels, and that magnesium intervention clearly helps. 
But a recent, ground-breaking study elevated magnesium to a whole new level.
In 2012, the Journal of Pain & Relief published a study that showed magnesium intervention successfully helped a patient with back pain produce “substantial improvements in pain, flexibility and functionality.” 
The researchers in this study used two different types of magnesium: Magnesium Glycinate and a topical (gel) form of magnesium. Because the researchers used multiple interventions, they could not say for sure which specific form of magnesium should be used in similar scenarios. Like good scientists, they wanted to do further testing to isolate the ingredients and use specific dosages.
But for us—this changed everything. It started our research on the highly bio-available Magnesium Glycinate. And it got us to look very closely at nutritional problems in relation to all the common ailments we were seeing.
In the conclusion of the study, researchers clearly stated that their “patient experienced rapid reduction in his myofascial pain, with sustained improvements in flexibility and functionality without the use of any other pain medications.”
This study didn’t get much press, but it sure grabbed our attention!
It also helped us realize that the market is FLOODED with cheap magnesium.
Common forms like Magnesium Oxide are better than nothing… but these are not readily absorbed in the intestinal walls (which leads to occasional diarrhea, especially in high doses). 
Superior Absorption and Bio-availability
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 effective since glycine is actively transported through the intestinal wall.
When we first started experimenting with it, our team reported improved sleep and feelings of relaxation before bed.
That “glass of wine” feeling—without the alcohol.
We knew we were onto something, but we didn’t stop there…
We kept digging, and decided that we wanted to create the FIRST nighttime recovery, stress, sleep, and tension supplement. One that is NON-addictive. Doesn’t make you feel hungover. And actually has research to back it up.
A true natural muscle relaxant that has clinically proven natural ingredients, in clinically-effective dosages.
Because of the clinically-proven power of Magnesium, we based our formula on this vital mineral, aptly naming it Mag R&RTM.
While most magnesium supplements on the market contain 100 mg to 400 mg of cheap magnesium (like magnesium oxide), Mag R&RTM contains 900 mg of Magnesium Glycinate (equal to 162mg of elemental magnesium).
Mag R&R: Natural Relaxation and Recovery Support
While Magnesium Glycinate does wonders for overall nervous system health and muscle relaxation, we wanted to develop a solution that ALSO aids in recovery and central nervous system health.
Many of our clients suffer from Generalized Central Nervous System Fatigue (GCNSF).
CNSF is a form of fatigue that is associated with changes in the synaptic concentration of neurotransmitters within the central nervous system. It affects exercise performance and muscle function, and is a fairly common side effect from prolonged exercise and lifestyle stress.
When you add rigorous training on top of a demanding career, a busy family life, and three cups of coffee per day—there is simply no way you can recover and feel your best.
So we went in search of natural, natural nutrients that are proven to boost recovery and help combat the symptoms of nervous system fatigue.
Our research took us into the Artic Regions and mountains of Central Asia… where a cold-weather plant known as the “Arctic Root” has been used for centuries as a medicinal herb.
Growing in these high-altitude regions is a perennial flowering plant from the family Crassulaceae. This resilient little plant thrives at altitudes of 7,000+ feet—where most vegetation freezes and dies.
Russians have used it for centuries to battle the cold Siberian climate and survive immensely stressful terrain. In traditional Chinese medicine, it was known as hóng jǐng tiān, where it was used to prevent altitude sickness and improve recovery time. [7,8]
Medicine-Men and Mountain-Men alike have known about this cold-weather plant’s healing properties for millennia, but it wasn’t until recently that researchers uncovered the exact mechanism for how it works.
A study published in the June 2010 issue of Phytomedicine summarizes some of the most impressive research findings regarding this plant medicine—commonly known as Rhodiola Rosea.
The Arctic Herb that Supports Mental Performance, Recovery, and Mood
In this study night duty medical doctors were given 100 mg of Rhodiola Rosea. At the conclusion of the study, researchers recorded significant improvements in mental fatigue, concentration and short-term memory… In just two weeks. 
Here is an exact quote taken from that article:
“A number of clinical trials demonstrate that repeated administration of R. rosea extract SHR-5 exerts an anti-fatigue effect that increases mental performance (particularly the ability to concentrate in healthy subjects), and reduces burnout in patients with fatigue syndrome. Encouraging results exist for the use of Rhodiola in mild to moderate depression, and generalized anxiety.”
Increases in mental performance…
Enhanced concentration and the ability to focus…
The researchers packed too many exciting findings into one paragraph for us to wrap our heads around. They went on to say that “Rhodiola rosea has robust traditional and pharmacological evidence of use in fatigue, and emerging evidence supporting cognition and mood.” 
Here’s a short list of clinically-proven benefits of Rhodiola Rosea:
- Reduces exercise related muscle damage and stress [11,12]
- Improves exercise performance and endurance [11,13]
- Reduces depressive symptoms [14,15]
- Improves symptoms of lifestyle-related stress [9,16]
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.
Because Rhodiola has no stimulating properties, it’s a perfect addition to an evening relaxation and recovery formula.
Staying true to our mission of prioritizing long-term health in addition to performance enhancement, we also included the clinically-proven Ayurvedic Herb Ashwagandha.
Ashwagandha has been used for centuries in the traditional Hindu system of medicine, Ayurveda.
It’s used for a myriad of ailments, including detoxification, immune support, cardiovascular health, and even anxiety.
But this ancient root extract also has a significant effect on the stress hormone Cortisol.
Managing Cortisol: Your Body’s Chief Stress Hormone
"A Standardized Withania Somnifera Extract Significantly Reduces Stress-Related Parameters in Chronically Stressed Humans: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study"
Using surveys and blood tests to assess serum levels of stress-related compounds, researchers found that the groups treated with Ashwagandha showed improvements in “stress and anxiety scores, feeling less fatigue… headache and muscle pain, feelings of doom, palpitations, dry mouth, sleeplessness, forgetfullness, irritability, and the ability to concentrate.” 
It’s important to note that the greatest improvements were recognized after 30 days of consistent supplementation with Ashwagandha. Also, not all types of Ashwagandha are created equal. Researchers in most clinical studies (including this one) use root powder from the wild plant—which is exactly what we use in Mag R&R.
Ashwagandha has been clinically proven not only to reduce levels of cortisol associated with stress but also:
- Lowers feelings of stress and anxiety [18,19]
- Supports immune system function 
- Increases cardiovascular endurance 
The clinically effective dose of Ashwagandha is typically between 10 mg and 600 mg—Mag R&R uses 120 mg of pure, Organic Ashwagandha Root Powder.
To recap, the ingredients in Mag R&R that we’ve discussed so far are clinically proven to:
- Regulate healthy muscle and nerve function 
- Improve pain symptoms, flexibility and functionality 
- Reduce exercise related muscle damage and stress [11,12]
- Improve exercise performance and cardiovascular endurance [11,13,21]
- Improve symptoms of lifestyle-related stress [9,16]
- Reduce levels of cortisol associated with stress 
- Support immune system function 
You might think we’d be satisfied with the formula at this point… But in speaking with our clients and learning about their pain points, another pattern emerged: poor sleep quality.
Not only do many people have trouble falling asleep, they don’t stay asleep through the night.
While supplementing with Magnesium Glycinate alone can help with relaxation and sleep onset time, we wanted a way to improve sleep quality, and help our clients sleep through the entire night—so they could wake up feeling refreshed and recharged.
2016 Study in Behavioral Brain Research Reveals Effective Sleep Supplement Combination
After reviewing and testing dozens of natural sleep supplements, we noticed that most herbal remedies cause drowsiness, but do nothing to improve sleep cycle regulation OR reduce wakefulness throughout the night. And many that we tested left us feeling hungover the following morning.
I should stop here and acknowledge the importance of sleep. You’ve probably heard that adults need 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep to recover optimally.
But sometimes that just doesn’t mesh with the real world.
If you have kids, a demanding job, or simply like to get up early and train at the gym—getting 7-8 hours of quality sleep isn’t always feasible.
Being realistic about how much sleep our clients actually get, we posed this question:
Is it possible to help people get better quality sleep in a shorter amount of time?
To improve “sleep efficiency”?
The answer is Yes. It is possible to improve sleep quality, and get more recuperative benefits of sleep even if you don’t get a full 8 hours.
A study published in Behavioral Brain Research (2016) reveals a natural supplement combination that not only helps you fall asleep faster, but actually improves sleep quality. 
The aim of this study was to investigate the sleep-promoting effect of combining γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) on sleep quality and quantity.
GABA is the main inhibitory neurotrasmitter of the Central Nervous System.  One of it’s 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 neurostransmitters like Adrenaline go unchecked—leaving you feeling overstimulated and stressed out.
5-HTP , another amino acid supplement, has been clinically proven to be an effective precurser to the body’s “feel good hormone”—Serotonin. 
Serotonin levels affect sleep, appetite, temperature, sexual behavior, and even pain sensations.
While both amino acids have been widely studied as separate compounds, this experiment was the first that attempted to explain their combined role in sleep quality.
Through electroencephalogram (EEG) analysis, researchers measured sleep onset time, duration, total sleeping time and sleep quality when patients consumed the GABA/5-HTP mixture. In addition, real-time tests were performed to analyze the signaling pathway and mechanisms of the mixture.
The experimental group who received the GABA/5-HTP mixture showed significant increases in sleep quality (and quantity) measurements over the group that received the amino acids separately.
“Our available evidence suggests that the GABA/5-HTP mixture modulates both GABAergic and serotonergic signaling. Moreover, the sleep architecture can be controlled by the regulation of GABA receptor and GABA content with 5-HTP.” 
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 quicker and stay asleep through the night.
Because getting good sleep is so important for recovery, mental processes, and overall health we didn’t leave anything to chance. We included three other nutrients to make sure Mag R&R delivers a consistent experience of relaxation and restful sleep, night after night.
Passion Flower Extract
Passiflora incarnata L. has been used as a medicinal plan in South America and Europe since the 16th century. While prevous studies have focused on the plant’s sedative effects, a 2016 study published in Phytotherapy suggests that Passionflower also:
- Improves spatial memory 
- Reduces stress 
- And positively affects neurotransmission 
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 stress levels, and also improve mental performance after a good night’s sleep. 
Melatonin is a naturally occuring compound secreted by the pineal gland in the human body, commonly used to reduces 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). 
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) 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. 
We included 1.7 mg (100% of your Recommended Daily Value) 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 took no shortcuts with Mag R&R
When you compare our formula to other claimed “Natural Muscle Relaxants” or “Sleep Remedies” it’s clear that Mag R&R is the most thoroughly researched and precisely formulated natural relaxant and nighttime recovery supplement on the market.
Over the last ten years, I’ve seen the Good, Bad, and the Ugly of the nutraceutical manufacturing industry. Fly-by-Night Marketers and unscrupulous product development companies have given the industry a bad reputation—and for good reason.
This might upset you—but you should know that putting ineffective ingredients and dosages into supplement formulas is common practice. So common in fact that there is a term for it regularly used by manufacturers: “Label Fluff.”
“Label Fluff” refers to adding ingredients in such small doses that there is no proven benefit to taking them at all. To me, this is just as bad as lying about the ingredients in the formula.
We chose to take the high road. It’s easier, quicker, and CHEAPER to sprinkle in ingredients in small dosages and make claims about health effects.
But you can take confidence that every claim we make is backed up with Peer-Reviewed Clinical Studies—citing both the ingredient type and effective dosage.
While every company has a story about why they are different and superior—our claims are backed up with real science, real numbers, and precise dosages proven to be effective in clinical studies.
Much, Much More Than a Relaxation Supplement
Not only does Mag R&R promote relaxation AND a better night’s sleep, it utilizes ingredients proven to help you perform better the next day.
We invite you to compare our product to the leading competitor, label to label.
You’ll see the difference.
As always, Mag R&R is backed by our 100% Money Back Guarantee.
If at any time within 90 days of purchasing Mag R&R you aren’t completely satisfied, simply contact us and we’ll issue you a full refund of your purchase price. No questions asked.
Quality Ingredients, Transparency in Formulation
Transparency: Mag R&R combines 8 potent ingredients—all listed in the exact dosage amounts right on the bottle.
We use only clinically effective ingredients, at clinically effective doses.
No proprietary blends: We disclose the exact number of milligrams of each ingredient, so you know exactly what you are getting.
Quality in Formulation: Mag R&R is manufactured in an FDA Registered Facility right here in the USA, with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) Certifications.
It's time for some well-deserved R&R.
Here's the deal:
If you regularly lie in bed and can't get to sleep...
Often wake up groggy, cranky, and lethargic...
Experience muscle tension, cramps, or just mental stress in the evening...
Then please—read every word in the box below:
You are not at your best.
If you are battling sleep (or just battling the inside of your head when you lie down at night), then you are simply NOT presenting your best self.
You aren't going to FEEL your best. THINK your best. Or PERFORM your best.
Unless you find a way to relax... unplug... and recharge.
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"—like after a particularly stressful day.
Or after an intense training session that caused some serious muscle soreness.
Or one of those days where you couldn't help but order ANOTHER double espresso (at 3 p.m.)... and now you're wired...
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.
And oh ya—don't forget that Magnesium, Rhodiola, and Ashwagandha ALL have been proven in clinical studies to enhance mental performance.
So please—do yourself a huge favor and give it a shot. You literally have nothing to lose.
If you don't love it after your first dose,
contact us for a full refund of your purchase price.
So go ahead: get yourself some well-deserved R&R! Take action now, and take comfort in our no-risk 100% Money Back Guarantee.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is Mag R&R safe?
Yes. Mag R&R is manufactured in an FDA Registered, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) laboratory in the U.S. All of the ingredients in Mag R&R are thoroughly researched and used in dosages observed in clinical studies.
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 bed time. 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.
Q: What does R&R stand for?
You might know R&R as “Rest and Relaxation”—but for us it means “Relax and Recover.” Not only does Mag R&R help you relax and fall asleep naturally, it also has clinically-proven ingredients to improve performance and recovery.
Q: What does “clinically-effective” mean?
When we use the term clinically-effective, we mean that the ingredients used were proven in peer-reviewed scientific studies to produce the claims we are making. Further, it also means that the dosages used in our formula match OR exceed the dosages used by researchers in clinical studies.
Q: What if it doesn’t work for me?
Mag R&R is backed up by SaltWrap’s 100% Money Back Guarantee. You can get a full refund at any time within 90 days of your purchase.
Q: Is Mag R&R designed for men or women?
Both men and women can benefit from Mag R&R. Depending on your body weight, you may not require a full serving of 3 capsules. If you weigh less than 150 pounds, we recommend assessing your tolerance by taking 1 or 2 capules as a first dose.
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