FAQs

How do I make Instant CalMag-C?

Place 1 – 3 rounded teaspoons of Instant CalMag-C powder in a glass. Add ½ – ¾ cup boiling water and stir until clear. Top off with chilled water, your favorite juice, or drink warm with your favorite tea or unsweetened juice.

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How often should I take Instant CalMag-C?

One to two times a day is recommended for most people but if you’re under a lot of stress or are experiencing a lot of pain or exercising more than usual, you may take it more as needed. Some people may experience loose bowels with increased amounts.

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When is the best time to take it?

Most people take their Instant CalMag-C with meals but it can be taken at any time. It makes a soothing nightcap for people whose sleep is disturbed by aches and pains, or those who suffer from insomnia.

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Adults and teenagers: 1-3 teaspoons as many times as desired daily.

Pre-teens: 1-3 teaspoons as many times as desired daily.

It’s also important for you to get adequate vitamins D & F (vitamin F is also known as essential fatty acids). The best source is a good quality Omega 3 and 6.

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Young children: 1 – 2 teaspoons as many times as desired daily.

Toddlers: ½ – 1 teaspoon as many times as desired daily.

Babies: Tip of teaspoon – ¼ teaspoon as many times as desired daily.

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Can Instant CalMag-C be made up ahead of time?

Instant CalMag-C is better made fresh but it will keep in the refrigerator for up to two days.

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How many doses are in a bottle of Instant CalMag-C?

A bottle of Instant CalMag-C contains 200g or 40 x 5g (slightly rounded teaspoon) doses, which is almost twice as much as other leading brands. Each 5g provides you with 290 mg calcium, 145 mg magnesium and 300 mg vitamin C.

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Are there any side effects?

No. Instant CalMag-C is composed of 100% natural ingredients. Some people experience loose bowels with increased amounts.

Some people can get loose bowels. This is usually due to the fact that magnesium is a natural stool softener. It is not toxic nor should it cause ill effects. If your stools get loose, cut back the dose to your tolerance level and once you’ve had that for a while, slightly increase it till you either reach the recommended dose or your personal tolerance level.

It is safe for small babies in very small doses, like the tip of a teaspoon. As their tolerance increases, you can increase it slowly. It is great for teething, colic and upsets.

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