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I suffered through nocturnal leg cramps and wouldn't wish it on anyone. After searching every avenue for natural remedies, I realized there wasn't a solution that addressed the underlying cause.
- Scott Hogan, ACE-CPT, COES
SaltWrap Founder and Chief Formulator
Nocturnal leg cramps (a.k.a. night leg cramps) are episodes of painful, sudden, intense, involuntary contractions of muscles in the legs, feet, and other extremities during the night. Though up to 60 percent of adults report suffering from nocturnal leg cramps, the cause of this sleep-disrupting condition is not well understood.
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. Including Magnesium Bisglycinate, KSM66® Ashwagandha, Passion Flower and more.
Mag R&R delivers safe, natural relief from nocturnal leg cramps, muscle tension, and spasms. It's carefully formulated to work with your circadian rhythm to relax your muscles (and mind). So you can wake refreshed, ready to take on the day.
Improve sleep quality and total number of hours2
Regulate healthy muscle and nerve function1
Improve pain symptoms, flexibility and functionality5
Reduce exercise related muscle damage and stress11,12
Boost exercise performance and cardiovascular endurance11,13,21
Improve symptoms of lifestyle-related stress9,16
Most sleep products and OTC relaxers cause grogginess and don't work well with your body. And, they're not a healthy long-term solution.
Mag R&R helps your body and mind gently relax before bed.
So you can wake up naturally feeling refreshed, recovered, and energized.
"Not only does it help me fall asleep quickly, but it relaxes my mind and I stay asleep until my alarm wakes me up"
- Lorraine B.
"There is no left over feeling in the morning like a lot of sleep aids out there and I love that it's all natural."
- Frances T.
"Has worked so far! But what I wasn't prepared for is how much energy I have now. It's a hackneyed phrase, but I genuinely feel like a new man."
- Stanley H., Registered VINE VOICETM Reviewer
Accounting for up to 40% of total sleep time, Deep Sleep (a.k.a. Slow-Wave Sleep) is responsible for energy restoration, cell regeneration, and immune system recovery. But frequent waking during the night makes getting enough Deep Sleep all but impossible.
With Mag R&R, you can take back control of your nights (and your mornings).
Just take 3 capsules in the late evening, about 30 minutes before you fall asleep.
To assess your tolerance, start with 1-2 capsules as a first dosage (you may not need the full 3 capsule serving to get results).
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If you don't love it, your first bottle is on us (no return shipping fees).
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If Mag R&R doesn't work for you, just let us know anytime within 90 days of your order, and we'll process a refund for you.
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(For orders of more than 1 bottle, we ask that you return unused items. See full policy here.)
How can we afford to do this?
The vast majority of our customers experience relief, and end up buying from us again. Even with this "first bottle free" policy, our refund rate is still incredibly low. This demonstrates our belief in Mag R&R, and our commitment to your satisfaction.
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Trust, satisfaction, and now 2-day delivery keeps us coming back for Salt Wrap products. If your health is important to you their products promote optimal energy flexibility and mood. We’ve learned a tremendous amount. Their educational blog (and now book) it’s like having the quality of partnering available to professional athletes.
- Bob R.
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 take Mag R&R?
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.
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 do I know that your claims are true and that Mag R&R contains the ingredients you claim it does?
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.
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