A new natural muscle relaxant is helping thousands of Americans sleep through the night.
It is not a drug—it's a blend of natural herbs, minerals and supplements—designed to help you get some much needed "R&R".
Do you ever lie in bed, counting the number of hours left until your alarm clock goes off?
If you battle nighttime muscle tension and pain, then you've most likely experienced this.
You may have even tried drugstore "sleeping pills" to help you get better sleep.
Problem is, they leave you groggy the next morning.
And they don't allow your body to actually recover through your natural sleep cycles.
Nor do they address the root cause of your sleeping problems:
muscle tension, aches, and discomfort.
Not to mention—most have nasty side effects. And they're addictive.
Not a good solution.
Now... imagine that you could solve your tension and sleep problems naturally.
Imagine if you could melt away muscle tension and stress without damaging your health.
And—fall asleep as soon as your head hits the pillow...
Stay asleep through the whole night...
AND wake up feeling like a million bucks...
When your body is in balance,
your muscles are relaxed.
Your Circadian Rhythm runs naturally.
You gradually become more tired in the evening...
Tension and worries melt away...
and you drift off to sleep easily.
Mag R&R is the first and ONLY Natural-Based Muscle Relaxant with clinically-supported doses of minerals and herbs.*
Mag R&R addresses NOT ONLY the causes of muscle tension, but also:
lifestyle stress, Circadian Rhythm timing, and natural recovery processes*.
With Mag R&R, you can:
"It really helped me fall asleep! I have been struggling to wind down and fall asleep at night… In about 30 min I started feeling very sleepy and more calm and relaxed. I was able to quickly fall asleep. By the time I got to bed I could barely keep my eyes open.
I slept soundly all night!"*
"My husband and I both tried this, but for different reasons. I have been having tension headaches from tight neck muscles and was looking to help relax them. I took this before bed, and not only did my neck relax a bit I actually slept better than usual (nice side benefit!)"*
– Kathryn M.
"It doesn't put me to sleep like a sleep aid but it does make me nice and relaxed. I feel calm and at ease. My legs just slowly stop feeling like they're being electrocuted and I feel all my anxiety melt away. I highly recommend this!"*
– Ana B.
"I have used this for the past 2 nights and I am very pleased. I took it around 9:30 pm both nights and it worked through the night!! I slept like a baby, and today I feel more refreshed and alert. It was gentle and worked gradually to relax me at night, and the in the morning, I didn't feel hungover or drowsy."*
"Relaxes painful muscles with no adverse effects. This is the best I have felt in ages."*
"This product is great for nighttime relaxation for mind and body. It really helps me sleep well and wake up refreshed."*
If you’re experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, Mag R&R can help:
LEG CRAMPS & SPASMS
Soothe cramps and muscle spasms.
Fall asleep fast, and stay asleep through the night.
Wake refreshed and energetic.
Ease muscle tension and relax in the evening.
ACHES & PAINS
Help sooth minor aches and muscle pains.
Reduce negative effects of stress.
Improve sleep quality and total number of hours* 
Regulate healthy muscle and nerve function* 
Improve pain symptoms, flexibility and functionality* 
Reduce exercise related muscle damage and stress* [11,12]
Boost exercise performance and cardiovascular endurance* [11,13,21]
Improve symptoms of lifestyle-related stress* [9,16]
No other relaxant or sleep aid has such a wide ranging list of benefits—all designed to help you relax, and “sleep like a baby”.
Mag R&R contains the perfect blend of essential minerals and natural herbs.
All eight ingredients are backed by clinical research…
using clinically-supported dosages: (What does this mean?)
Magnesium is involved in over 300 biochemical processes.
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. Studies show supplementing with magnesium can help relax muscles and improve pain symptoms.
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). 
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 a category-leading 900 mg of Magnesium Glycinate.
In traditional Chinese medicine, Rhodiola was known as hóng jǐng tiān, where it was 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.
Here’s a short list of clinically-supported benefits of Rhodiola Rosea:
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.
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 shown in clinical studies to:
The clinically effective dose of Ashwagandha is typically between 50 mg and 500 mg—Mag R&R uses 120 mg of pure, Organic Ashwagandha Root Powder.
GABA is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter of the Central Nervous System. 
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 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).
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.
Passiflora incarnata L. has been used as a medicinal plan in South America and Europe since the 16thcentury.
While prevous studies have focused on the plant’s sedative effects, a 2016 study published in Phytotherapy suggests that Passionflower also:
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 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). 
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 110 mg 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.
Though you'll feel the benefits build over time, Mag R&R goes to work immediately—helping you relax and get a better night's sleep.
If you aren't 100% satisfied after your FIRST DOSAGE of Mag R&R, simply call or email us for a full refund of your purchase price.
No questions asked.
We offer a 90-Day Money Back Guarantee on Mag R&R. If it doesn't fulfill your expectations, just send us your empty bottle and we'll refund your full purchase price.
"I've taken this at bedtime a few nights now, and slept all night, wake feeling rested. I don't usually have any problem falling asleep, but often wake up at 2 or 3 am, then can't sleep for a couple of hours. I took 2 capsules. I'm pleased with the results."*
– Judith M.
"Stayed asleep all night without any muscle cramps."*
– Carol M.
"I work on my feet all day and move around heavy item so I usually have a lot of aches and pains at night before bed. I started taking these pills to see if they would help and they seem to be doing the job pretty well. My typical morning is me having to work out all of the kinks and stuff in my back and neck but since I started taking these a week ago I have noticed fewer and fewer kinks every morning."*
– Cyndie C.
"I actually was looking for a magnesium supplement when I found this. When I was told that I had low levels of magnesium, I did a little research and apparently more than half of Americans don't have enough. I was hoping it would help with my constipation and some Charlie horses too. Then I saw this and it all sorts of great ingredients. I had such a soft sleep. I like these and will continue taking them."*
– Deedra F.
"It really seems to help promote comfortable and restful sleep. I awoke pain free and ready to start my day!"*
– “Rodeo Mom”
"Very effective/ No drowsiness upon waking! Strongly urge to try it. Well worth the price. Great combo of herbs!"*
– Stephanie D.
"This stuff is amazing…No leg cramps. My hubby is a pipefitter - got cramps every night. Will buy again."*
– Nanny C.
Clinically-Supported Ingredients, at Clinically-Effective Dosages
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.
This is where most supplements fall short.
In order to ensure you see the benefits proven in studies, you need to the right ingredients, and the right dosages.
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