Magnesium Chloride

Magnesium chloride, or magnesium, is a mineral that is important in maintaining the function of our nerves, cells, bones, muscles, and heart.
Magnesium Chloride

Dosage & Concentration

Dosage: 1 – 3ml’s IV

Concentration: 200mg/ml


Magnesium chloride provides magnesium, a mineral that is important in maintaining the function of our nerves, cells, bones, muscles, and heart. It plays an integral role in the synthesis of energy within cells, creating DNA, and supporting bone density. Most people get enough magnesium through their diet, but sometimes supplementation is necessary. Foods that are high in fiber generally contain high amounts of magnesium as well. These foods include nuts, dark chocolate, avocados, fatty fish, seeds, and whole grains. Magnesium salts are administered in the case of magnesium deficiency; Magnesium chloride is one of the most commonly magnesium salts used medically. Magnesium deficiency is most common in women, African Americans, and the elderly. Conditions such as osteoporosis, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, diabetes, and stroke have been linked to low blood levels of magnesium. Other situations, such as alcoholism, poor diet, poorly controlled diabetes, and diuretic medications also contribute to magnesium deficiency requiring treatment.


What Is Magnesium Chloride Prescribed For?

Indications for magnesium chloride include magnesium deficiency, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, poor diet, alcoholism, stroke, arteriosclerosis, and acid indigestion.


Other Uses

Known as “the relaxation mineral”, magnesium may help with lowering stress and anxiety and getting a better nights rest.


Dosage, Concentration, Route of Administration

Dosage: Seek advice from a licensed physician, medical director, or other healthcare provider

Concentration: 200mg/ml

Route of Administration: For IV Injection only


Precautions/Side Effects

Magnesium chloride has many drugs it interacts with, which is why it is always important to speak with your doctor before taking.

Magnesium chloride is contraindicated in people with:

  • – Kidney disease or impairment
  • – Myasthenia gravis
  • – A skeletal muscle disorder
  • – Low calcium blood levels
  • – High magnesium blood levels
  • – Progressive muscle weakness with carcinoma

Some common side effects include:

  • – Sweating
  • – Stomach upset
  • – Flushing
  • – Respiratory depression
  • – Significant drop in blood pressure
  • – Hypothermia
  • – Allergic reaction (rash, itching, swelling, severe dizziness, trouble breathing)



Store at controlled room temperature. Protect from light.

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