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Muscle Cramp Tension Formula Relaxes Muscle Fast

by Dr. Jason Barker December 10, 2019

Muscle Cramp Tension Formula Relaxes Muscle Fast

Cramped or tight muscles are one of the most common physical complaints that people have.  The reasons for tight and cramped muscles are many, and a spasmed muscle can range from annoying to incredibly painful.

One of the biggest reasons we get tight muscles is due to a lack of balance between our electrolytes.  Our muscles are almost always in a state of very mild contraction, and ready to spring into action at a moment’s notice. 

When we have too much and or too little of certain electrolytes, the delicate balance between contraction and relaxation in our muscles can be thrown out of balance leading to spasms and cramps.

Muscle Cramp Tension formula is ideal for restoring an upset electrolyte balance and it also provides several botanical medicines that help the body relax as well.  It’s the perfect combination for loosening up tense, painful muscles.

Best Uses for Muscle Cramp Tension Formula:

  • Tight, cramped muscles
  • Nighttime cramps
  • Foot cramps
  • Cramps associated with PMS in women
  • Charlie horse
  • Muscle spasms
  • Eyelid and muscle twitches
  • Restless leg syndrome

Here’s How Muscle Cramp Tension Formula Works:

The muscles rely heavily on the electrolytes potassium, calcium and magnesium to exert healthy muscle contraction and relaxation.  
Most commonly, we end up relatively low or deficient in one or more of them. When they’re imbalanced, the muscles cannot relax and when contracted they get tighter and tighter as long as these electrolytes are imbalanced.

All three electrolytes work synergistically hence the proper ratios of each are supplied in this formula.

The botanical medicines Lemon Balm, Passionflower and Chamomile are also included due to their ability to relax both muscle and nervous tension. Muscle tension commonly occurs in times of nervous tension as well.

Used preventively, this Muscle Cramp Tension formula may help offset night time muscle cramps, PMS cramps and other forms of muscle tension. It can also be used to help maintain electrolyte balance in times of dehydration and may also improve restless sleep.

It’s an ideal combination to use for tight painful muscles and muscle tension instead of resorting to over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs, which have several serious side effects.

Dr. Jason Barker
Dr. Jason Barker


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