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New Roots Herbal - Heart Mag

New Roots Herbal - Heart Mag

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Info: 60 Vegetable Capsules - 770 mg

As its name implies, Heart Mag is a form of magnesium (Magnesium Orotate) selected especially for its demonstrated ability to support healthy cardiac function.

Info: 60 Vegetable Capsules - 770 mg

As its name implies, Heart Mag is a form of magnesium (Magnesium Orotate) selected especially for its demonstrated ability to support healthy cardiac function.

Product Notes:

Magnesium Orotate Supports Healthy Cardiac Function

With so many types of magnesium supplements on offer, it can be difficult to choose. Since some forms appear to be better than others at producing certain effects (such as promoting relaxation, reducing muscle cramps, or relieving constipation), a good rule of thumb is to see whether their name or marketing phrases zero in on a potential problem area.

New Roots makes matters easy, here, by calling this"Heart Mag," because numerous studies have indicated this particular form, Magnesium Orotate, is good for the heart.

Not only has it been successfully used (albeit in much larger doses) for improving the outcomes of those with severe congestive heart failure, but it also has cardioprotective features for myocardial infarction, and has improved how well the heart pumps (specifically, ventricular systolic and diastolic volumes and ejection fraction).

Magnesium Orotate has numerous mechanisms of action to benefit the heart. It can help maintain the normal electrolyte balance needed to make the heart muscle contract, as well as the amounts of energy available to the heart (including ATP levels, pyrimidine nucleotides, and the glycogen the heart stores to use as energy reserves); improve membrane electrical conductivity; reduce heart rate variability due to psychological stress; promote cellular oxygen uptake; and function as an antioxidant to inhibit the formation of free radicals that lead to cell death.

While Heart Mag is a natural choice for those with a personal or family history of heart problems, it might also be of interest to top athletes, as a means of improving several different means of energy production or storage in your heart and blood vessel tissues.

Either way, as an organic complex of elemental magnesium and orotic acid (a natural substance our bodies use to construct genetic material such as DNA), it is much more bioavailable than many forms (able to penetrate all the way into cells' mitochondria, and stay there), and does not have a strong laxative effect.

Heart Mag Ingredients:

Each vegetable capsule contains:

770 mg fully reacted magnesium orotate, providing:
- Elemental magnesium: 50 mg
- Orotic acid: 650 mg

Non-medicinal ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable magnesium stearate, and silicon dioxide in a non‑GMO vegetable capsule composed of vegetable carbohydrate gum and purified water.

New Roots Herbal HeartMag is a Non-GMO magnesium supplement which contains no: Gluten, soy, wheat, corn, eggs, dairy, yeast, citrus, preservatives, artificial flavour or colour, starch, or sugar.

Suggested Usage:

Adults: Take one capsule four times daily, or as directed by your health-care practitioner.


Keep out of reach of children. No other risk information.

Health Canada Natural Product Number: 80084636.

Supporting Science:

Gromova, OA et al. [Systematic Analysis of the Roles of Trace Elements in the Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Heart Failure] [article in Russian]. Kardiologiia, 2019.

McCarty, Mark F. “Nutraceutical, Dietary, and Lifestyle Options for Prevention and Treatment of Ventricular Hypertrophy and Heart Failure.” International journal of Molecular Sciences, 2021.

Rosenfeldt, F L. “Metabolic supplementation with orotic acid and magnesium orotate.” Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy, 1998.

Schiopu, Cristina et al. “Magnesium Orotate and the Microbiome-Gut-Brain Axis Modulation: New Approaches in Psychological Comorbidities of Gastrointestinal Functional Disorders.” Nutrients, 2022.

Stepura, O B, and A I Martynow. “Magnesium orotate in severe congestive heart failure (MACH).” International Journal of Cardiology, 2009.

Tahir, Usman A et al. “Metabolomic Profiles and Heart Failure Risk in Black Adults: Insights From the Jackson Heart Study.” Circulation. Heart Failure, 2021.


Zeana, C. “Magnesium orotate in myocardial and neuronal protection.” Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine, 1999.

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