Magnesium chloride in the proportions recommended by Professor Delbet.
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¤ The “story” of magnesium chloride began during the First World War. In 1915, a French surgeon, Professor Delbet, was sent to the Front where he was alarmed by the number of wounded soldiers dying from infection, despite widespread use of antiseptics. Having experimented with various products in solution on cell cultures, he discovered that magnesium chloride significantly increased phagocytosis (the capacity of white blood cells to destroy harmful particles). His research continued, ultimately leading him to conclude that magnesium chloride powerfully supported the body’s own natural defences and had significant and wide-ranging preventive effects.
¤ It can be administered either orally or topically, as an antiseptic solution;
¤ MgCl2 has been found to boost the immune defences of, amongst others, the respiratory, circulatory and digestive systems, as well as those of the skin;
¤ MgCl2, in tablet form, offers the consumer a considerable advantage in that it disguises the unpalatable taste of this supplement. Those who prefer to take it in the form of a drink, can dissolve the tablet into a glass of water.
|Daily serving: 2 tablets
Number of servings per bottle: 30
|Quantity per serving|
|Magnesium chloride hexahydrate||1 088 mg|
|Other ingredients: mdicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline celullose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, sodium crosscarmallose.|