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New Roots Herbal: Natural health products for better sleep

New Roots Herbal: Natural health products for better sleep

Seasonal and time changes can affect the body in many ways by disrupting sleep patterns and causing fatigue. To stay in top form, try these two natural supplements by Quebec brand New Roots Herbal!

One of the most effective natural ways to cope with seasonal and changes is to take magnesium. This mineral is essential for the proper functioning of the body: it participates in more than 300 metabolic reactions. Half of the body’s magnesium is found in bones and teeth, and the remainder in the liver, muscles and some tissues1. One of its many benefits is that it relaxes the muscular and nervous systems, which has the effect of reducing stress levels and improving the quality of sleep2.

Magnesium Biglycinate Plus

This magnesium supplement is one of the best absorbed and assimilated by the body on the market. It contains magnesium (a mineral that provides glycine, a soothing amino acid) and taurine (an amino acid that enhances cellular magnesium absorption when combined with magnesium). Two or three capsules per day of Magnesium Biglycinate Plus are enough to provide 300 to 450 mg of magnesium – the recommended daily intake – and to promote a state of relaxation.

Somni8

This supplement is composed of magnesium and six plants recognized in natural medicine to fight against various forms of sleeping disorders: passionflower, hops, skullcap, chamomile, catnip and san qi (a ginseng with adaptogenic and sedative properties). Melatonin is also added to Somni8, whose complete formula allows you to sleep for several hours in a row and wake up refreshed and full of vitality.

 

(This content was developed in partnership with New Roots Herbal.)

SOURCES:

1. https://www.passeportsante.net/fr/Solutions/PlantesSupplements/Fiche.aspx?doc=magnesium_ps

2. http://plus.lapresse.ca/screens/d7c44495-7e88-43ac-ae78-cf34896cfa0e__7C___0.html

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