We are so confident you will see positive results with MgBRIGHT, we offer a unique 110% Guarantee: if you want to return your bottle within 120 days of purchase, even if you have used the entire bottle, we will refund your credit card 100% of your purchase price, plus a 10% gift as a sincere apology for wasting your time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where Can I Buy MgBRIGHT?
MgBRIGHT is only available through this website or over the phone, by calling 888-891-5244. It is not sold in stores.
So How Good is MgBRIGHT, Really?
In our experience, about 80% of people get substantial results from MgBRIGHT. Some have become totally free of their toe cramps; others have seen a significant decrease in the pain and/or frequency of their symptoms. This could mean that the pain is cut in half, or they only get cramps once a week instead of every night. Everyone is different. About 20% of people do not see results from MgBRIGHT, even after increasing their dose and taking it for more than a month. This usually means that magnesium deficiency is not causing their problems. This is why we offer the 110% Guarantee -- to give you plenty of time to see if it works for you.
Why Hasn't My Doctor Told Me About Magnesium?
Many doctors know that magnesium is important for toe cramps, but they don't realize how important, and they don't know which magnesium forms actually work. Many believe that magnesium is just another medication, able to help you control your symptoms. In reality, lack of magnesium is the hidden reason why most people get nighttime toe cramps.
The following doctors recommend magnesium for toe cramps:
How Does MgBRIGHT Compare to Other Types of Magnesium?
There are a variety of forms and each has pros and cons:
- Magnesium oxide and hydroxide: Supplement companies love this stuff because it is cheap as dirt. Unfortunately dirt is more effective. It is very poorly absorbed, and is highly laxative. But nonetheless, it is what you find in most common multi-vitamins. It also happens to be the active ingredient in Milk of Magnesia.
- Magnesium citrate: It is well absorbed, but is also highly laxative. It is the main ingredient in those glass bottles of laxative at the drug store. If you have ever had a colonoscopy, this is what they gave you to "clean you out". It is the main ingredient in those canisters of fizzy magnesium powder found in vitamin stores.
- Magnesium sulfate: Also known as Epsom Salt. It is also very laxative -- that's partly what they sell it for. But it is great for soaking!
- Magnesium glycinate: This is magnesium bound to the amino acid glycine. This form is not ideal, because... well, this gets a bit technical: Glycine acts as a co-agonist of the NMDA receptor where magnesium is an antagonist. Right. What does that mean? Basically, magnesium tells your neurons to slow down, and glycine tells them to speed up. So to a certain extent, magnesium and glycine cancel each other out. Mixing these two ingredients does not make sense, especially if relaxation is a goal of yours.
- Magnesium chelate or glutamate: Both are the same thing. Glutamate, like glycine, is also NMDA agonist, with all the same problems. Plus, these products are super-cheap, in part because they frequently have substantial amounts of "unbound magnesium", i.e. the evil magnesium oxide, as a byproduct of its manufacturing process.
- Magnesium chloride: Also known as road de-icer. In supplement form, is very well absorbed, non-laxative, and free of all other side effects -- but it turns to liquid when exposed to air, making it prohibitive to deliver via capsule or tablet. It is extremely bitter, so makes a lousy drink, too.
- Magnesium taurinate: This is magnesium bound to the amino acid Taurine. It has the side effect of causing extreme drowsiness, which makes it difficult to take during the day. It is also very expensive.
Is MgBRIGHT Safe? Where is it Manufactured?
Although MgBRIGHT is only magnesium and malic acid, natural parts of a healthy diet, please talk to your doctor before starting any new dietary supplement. Certain conditions and medications can affect how the body processes and excretes magnesium.
Other products are manufactured all over the world by the lowest bidder. MgBRIGHT is made in the USA, in a multi-million dollar, 80,000 square foot facility, regulated by the FDA and the Texas Department of Health. Furthermore, our facility has voluntarily adopted a standard even higher than FDA requirements, which requires the strictest levels of purity, precision and sanitation.
How Much Do I Take?
The recommended dose is 2 capsules 3x a day, but some people take 3 capsules 2x a day. Because MgBRIGHT absorbs so well, many people experience results with a half-dose. If you are just starting MgBRIGHT, we recommend you try 1 capsule per meal, with 8 oz. of water or your favorite drink to maximize absorption. Most people taking the recommended 2 capsules per meal see results within the first week of taking MgBRIGHT. Results increase with time, as the body builds up its levels of magnesium reserves. Taking 6 capsules a day delivers 420 mg of magnesium. 540 capsules per bottle provides a 3 month supply at this dosage.