MAG R&R - Nighttime Muscle Cramps & Relaxation Support SaltWrap
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MAG R&R - Nighttime Muscle Cramps & Relaxation Support SaltWrap
MAG R&R - Nighttime Muscle Cramps & Relaxation Support SaltWrap
MAG R&R - Nighttime Muscle Cramps & Relaxation Support SaltWrap
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Muscle Recovery & Sleep Support

Mag R&R is the only natural-based muscle recovery and sleep support solution with clinically effective doses of 8 science-backed ingredients for preventing and relieving leg cramps at night.

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When Nothing Else Works for Nighttime Muscle Relief, Mag R&R™ Does

A proven, natural way to relieve and prevent leg cramps at night.

Relax muscles and reduce pain symptoms3, 4

Regulate healthy muscle and nerve function1

Improve sleep quality and total hours2

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Mag R&R is carefully formulated to help relieve night leg cramps, prevent them from coming back in the future, and improve sleep quality. It works with your natural circadian rhythm to help relax your muscles — and mind — so that you can fall asleep easily and wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day.

Mag R&R contains the perfect blend of science-backed essential minerals and natural herbs in their optimal dosages, including magnesium glycinate, KSM-66® Ashwagandha, Passion Flower, and more. The natural-based, clinically studied ingredients in Mag R&R are shown to help: 

  • Relax muscles and reduce pain symptoms3, 4
  • Regulate healthy muscle and nerve function1
  • And improve sleep quality and total hours.2

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.

"I've had leg cramps my whole life. Not one since I started your product. Amazing!"

With over 250,000 bottles sold and thousands of 5-star reviews, Mag R&R is the best-selling nocturnal leg cramp remedy in the world.

See why our customers don't hesitate to use the word "love."


Magnesium is involved in over 300 biochemical processes in the human body. Studies show supplementing with magnesium can help relax muscles and improve pain symptoms. But most people don’t get enough from diet alone.

Mag R&R uses magnesium glycinate. It's a superior form of magnesium with higher absorption rates and better bioavailability than common forms of magnesium.

Magnesium glycinate is a combination of two separate compounds: the mineral magnesium, and the amino acid glycine. It 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 cheap forms (like magnesium oxide), Mag R&R contains 162 mg of elemental magnesium from magnesium glycinate.

Rhodiola is a super-herb for boosting physical performance and nervous system recovery.

Here’s a short list 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

Mag R&R contains 120 mg of Rhodiola to help support performance, recovery, and stress-related symptoms.

Ashwagandha is an adaptogen that helps the body adapt to stress. It has traditionally been used for immune support, energy, and relaxing the mind and body.

Clinical studies show that Ashwagandha helps:

  • Lower feelings of stress and anxiety18, 19
  • Support immune system function20
  • And increase cardiovascular endurance.21

Mag R&R uses 120 mg of KSM-66® Ashwagandha, the highest-quality form of Ashwagandha available.

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. Without enough GABA, excitatory neurotransmitters — like adrenaline — can go unchecked. This can leave you feeling overstimulated and stressed out.

5-HTP is a naturally occurring amino acid that acts as a precursor to serotonin. That's the body’s “feel-good hormone.”

These two supplements work great individually. But research shows that taking them together helps improve sleep quality and total sleep quantity, or number of hours slept.22

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 has been used as an anti-spasmodic and sleep aid in South America and Europe since the 16th century. But modern clinical research confirms that passionflower also helps to:

  • Improve spatial memory26
  • And reduce stress26

Mag R&R contains 40 mg of Passion flower extract to help your muscles, mind, and body relax.

Melatonin is a naturally occurring compound secreted by the pineal gland. It is commonly used in supplement form to help fall asleep faster.

In clinical studies, melatonin has clearly demonstrated positive effects on sleep quality. (Interestingly enough, it has also been correlated with reduced body weight.)27

Mag R&R contains 3 mg of melatonin. Though it is a natural compound, this dosage is on the lower end of the clinically effective spectrum. This is to help avoid disrupting your body’s natural melatonin production.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) is involved in over 100 biological processes in the body. It's known for its role in food metabolism and natural serotonin production. Studies have shown that poor sleepers have lower intake levels of Vitamin B6.25

Mag R&R contains 1.7 mg of B6 because of its vital role in the production of the “feel-good” hormone serotonin and its relationship with sleep quality.

Science-Backed Ingredients From a Source You Can Trust.

"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 true solution that addressed the underlying cause.

That's why I developed Mag R&R."

- Scott Hogan, ACE-CPT, COES
SaltWrap Founder and CEO

How to Use Mag R&R

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.)

Trusted by Coach Tony Blauer

"I discovered Mag R&R by accident online. Once I started taking it, my cramps started to subside."

Coach Tony Blauer
Founder, KNOW FEAR®

If you don’t get muscle & cramp relief plus a full night's sleep after your first bottle — it's on us (no return necessary).

With our 90-Day Love-It-Or-Free Guarantee, you can't lose. If you aren’t 100% satisfied with your purchase – for any reason – within 90 days of your order, just let us know. We’ll process a full, prompt refund for you. No questions asked. No hassles. You don’t even have to return your open bottle.*

How can we afford to do this? It's simple.

Most of our customers see outstanding results and end up buying from us again. Even with this generous return policy, our refund rate is very low. SaltWrap’s 90-Day Love-It-Or-Free Guarantee demonstrates our commitment to your 100% satisfaction.

*For orders of more than one bottle or product, we kindly ask that you return unopened/unused items. See full policy here.

You’re 100% satisfied,
or it’s on us.

Mag R&R™ FAQs

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 likely become more apparent over time.

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