Magnesium glycinate/lysinate/aspartate (mixture of all 3) is the type that's worked the best for me. Magnesium malate was pretty good as well. Citrate just gave me diarrhoea and probably some degree of malnutrition as a result. It wouldn't be so bad in lower doses, but then you lose the positive effects.Does it help with benzo withdrawal? I've been trying to get off Klonopin and I'm about halfway to zero mg after 2 mg for 2 years. It's been going well dropping .125 mg every 3 days, but there are still some withdrawal effects including anxiety and a little bit of depression and insomnia.
Do you think magnesium can help with these effects? What is the best kind of magnesium to take. I hear magnesium citrate is used to clean out your bowels, I don't know if I want that...
http://www.ultimatebalance.co.uk/shop/magnesium-glycinate-plus-120-caps.htmlWhere can I find magnesium glycinate? All I can find is magnesium oxide, which I heard isn't as good.
I take 1300mg per day, and it seems to be working. I'm not sure if that is elemental or the whole molecule (just what it lists on the bottle).At what daily dosage can it prevent tolerance?
what about magnesium bis-glycinate from bulk powders?here http://www.bulkpowders.co.uk/magnesium-bisglycinate-tablets.html it says that it contains a massive 500mg each tablet, of which 100mg is active magnesium.http://www.ultimatebalance.co.uk/shop/magnesium-glycinate-plus-120-caps.html
I take 1300mg per day, and it seems to be working. I'm not sure if that is elemental or the whole molecule (just what it lists on the bottle).