Mineral Dosage

How Much Magnesium
Do you Need?

Developed TO Be What Every Doctor Would Want For Their Patients

For more than 10 years, ReMag® has provided a clinical-grade experience to consumers around the world with a supplement produced using the same proprietary process first perfected more than a decade ago. Dr Carolyn Dean MD ND, author of The Magnesium Miracle, created ReMag® to her exacting standards while striving to eliminate the laxative effect that people have always associated with magnesium supplementation. The result was a liquid mineral formula long considered the gold standard of magnesium because of its aborption level and high bioavailability.

Want to know what others have already discovered about what it takes to be the best magnesium? Create your own criteria of what magnesium makes the most sense for you with this quick checklist:

How To Pick The Best Magnesium

Learn What To Look For When Selecting a Magnesium Supplement

Why ReMag® Magnesium Is Different

ReMag® liquid magnesium delivers a pure source of magnesium without the binders, fillers, preservatives, or other unnecessary ingredients found in glycinates, citrates, and other forms of magnesium supplements. The stabilized picometer magnesium ions in ReMag® are easily absorbed at the cellular level, so it is fast-acting and doesn’t get flushed out like other magnesium supplements. And ReMag® magnesium is trusted by healthcare professionals that suggest it in their practice, and by tens-of-thousands of customers that have discovered the difference this liquid form of magnesium makes for them.

Source + Purity

ReMag® starts from a source of pure, raw dolomitic limestone harvested from within the United States. These minerals are purified to a 99.99% pure state before being ionized and bottled for your benefit. Dr Dean selected magnesium chloride because of its purity and low laxative effect for most individuals.


ReMag® goes through an 18-step process of transformation where the mineral is concentrated to an unheard of 60,000ppm (parts-per million) of 99.99% elemental magnesium. It's the stabilization of magnesium ions that results in a magnesium supplement that is highly effective as every drop is able to enter the body's cellular channels directly.


The proprietary process used to formulate ReMag® liquid magnesium's results in pure, stabilized ion one-trillionth of a meter in size, or "picometer- sized." This advanced formulation suspends the minerals in a pure, unbound ionic solution, supporting direct and complete absorption into the body’s cells. Clinical research has proven that people taking ReMag can feel the difference in as little as 4 hours and after only one dose.

Read The Absorption Study

ReMag® Is Clinically Proven To Be Effective After Only 1 Dose

"My 77 year old husband is taking ReMag and ReMyte together in a pitcher of water throughout the day. They both give him the energy to play pickle ball every day, plus his chores!! He definitely didn't have this much energy before he started two years ago!"

- Linda R.

How Do I Know If I'm Getting Enough Magnesium?

Becoming deficient in magnesium is easier than you think, even if you're already taking a magnesium supplement. And the tendency for most magnesium supplements to be expelled by the body before you can benefit is often only one of the reasons for this to be true. High-stress lifestyles, poor eating habits, and multiple other factors can quickly drain our magnesium reserves, leaving the rest of your body to do without.

Learn To See The Signs

Understand The Ways People Become Mg Deficient

How To Find Out How Much Magnesium You Need

Recommended Allowances

Recommended Daily Allowances (RDA) are set by the government to make sure people do not have a frank deficiency, but more research may be required to fulfill your own needs

Healthcare Professionals

Asking your local healthcare professionals about vitamins and minerals is a good start, including having questions ready about magnesium and your health history

Magnesium Testing

Blood tests and lifestyle tracking can help you monitor your magnesium levels and start to understand how your body is using different nutrients, and what more it may need

How To Determine Your Magnesium Requirements

How do you decide if you're taking the right amount and type of magnesium for your body?

Many people have experienced a less than pleasant experience picking up the first supplement they see, and starting with the recommended dosage. Everyone experiences a unique response to supplementation or nutrient intake called the dose-response, which can be due to factors such as current health conditions, digestive health, co-nutrient status, medications, genetics and more. And there are more accurate ways of knowing how the form factor and daily dosage of vitamins and minerals can affect your body that should be considered before starting any nutrient regimen.

Learning More About Magnesium ON Your Own

Take control of your lifestyle and wellness by having a personal understanding of how the body uses magnesium, including its requirements for the activation and balance of other nutrients in the body. Start create a list of questions for your healthcare professional by asking some of these important questions about why you may need a magnesium supplement.

  • How will magnesium affect my current energy levels?
  • What can I expect from taking this nutrient as part of my overall health goals?
  • How can I know how much magnesium to take every day?
  • Is there a better time of day to take a magnesium supplement
  • Am I able to take magnesium with vitamin D or other nutrients?
  • What form factor of magnesium should I take?

Are You Magnesium Deficient?

A Survey To See If Your Body Is Trying To Tell You Something

What Else Should I Consider?

Like with any dietary supplement, one of the most important questions about magnesium is what happens when too much is taken. While the element is generally well-tolerated by most healthy adults, there are some possible magnesium supplement side effects which are often related to its laxative effects. While most of these conditions are unlikely, it’s always wise to speak with a healthcare practitioner before taking any supplements, especially if you are pregnant, nursing or taking other medications.

In The Magnesium Miracle, Dr. Dean has listed the four contraindications to magnesium supplementation:

  • Kidney failure: With kidney failure, there is an inability to clear magnesium from the kidneys
  • Myasthenia gravis. The intravenous administration could accentuate muscle relaxation and collapse the respiratory muscles
  • Excessively slow heart rate. Slow heart rates can be made even slower, as magnesium relaxes the heart. Slow heart rates often require an artificial pacemaker
  • Bowel obstruction. The main route of elimination of oral magnesium is through the bowel