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Calcium and magnesium combination supplement

  • Helps combat muscle cramps and spasms.
  • Potential positive effects on stress, sleep, and bone health.
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Calcium Orotate Supplement

This calcium orotate supplement combines the action of calcium and magnesium, maximized by orotic acid. There are many calcium orotate uses to consider if you are hoping to boost your overall well being. On this page, you’ll learn what calcium orotate is and how it works, as well as all the benefits of taking calcium combined with magnesium, potential side effects, and instructions for how to take it.

What is Calcium Orotate?

Calcium orotate is a supplement that combines calcium with the properties of magnesium for boosted support. It’s been deemed one of the most effective forms of calcium supplementation because of its bioavailability. The calcium orotate absorption rate is faster than other types of calcium supplements due to how well calcium orotate penetrates cell membranes. The rapid absorption rate enables speedy delivery of the calcium ions to the inner layers of the cellular nucleus and mitochondria.

Because of the exceptional calcium orotate bioavailability, it tends to outperform other calcium supplements. Calcium citrates, carbonates, lactates, gluconates, phosphates and malates don’t appear to penetrate the membranes as quickly or effectively as other orotate varieties can.

What’s in Our Calcium Orotate Formula?

Our calcium and magnesium orotate supplements come in the form of vegetarian capsules. Each capsule contains both calcium orotate and magnesium orotate for well-rounded support.

At Supersmart, we avoid fillers and unnecessary ingredients with our calcium orotate supplement, as well as all our supplements. We have one of the best calcium orotate supplements because we only add acacia gum and rice flour as other ingredients. Many other supplement brands choose to add a long list of ingredients that aren’t needed, many of which can lead to unnecessary side effects.

Calcium Orotate Benefits

The potential benefits of taking calcium and magnesium orotate has been heavily researched. It’s been found to be particularly effective for supporting a few aspects of overall health, including the following:

  • Widely-accepted research indicates calcium may help combat the loss of bone cartilage, especially when combined with glucosamine and chondroitin.
  • Calcium orotate with magnesium orotate may boost overall bone health, according to many studies, especially when combined with D3 vitamins.
  • Research indicates it provides a sedative action in migraine conditions, possibly helping to reduce pain and help those who are affected by migraines relax.
  • Studies show it may have a rejuvenating effect on sleep.
  • Calcium and magnesium orotate has also been widely researched for its impact on stress.
  • Studies show that calcium orotate supplementation might be beneficial for cramps and spasms of various origins, especially when combined with D3.
  • Scientists continue to look at the relation between calcium and decalcification.
  • Additional studies indicate that calcium supplementation can be extremely important during menopause and while breastfeeding.

Before you buy calcium orotate, it’s recommended that you research all the benefits for yourself, and look at how it may benefit your health, in particular. Also, note that there are many health issues linked to nutrient deficiencies, and both calcium and magnesium are vital nutrients.

Calcium Orotate Side Effects

Whether you want to take calcium orotate for bone health support or to help you relax, you should always discuss new regimens with your physician. In most cases, it’s considered perfectly safe to take calcium orotate supplements. However, there’s always a chance of it negatively interacting with other supplements and medications you’re taking, which is why you should always talk to your doctor first.

The calcium orotate supplement benefits often outweigh the potential risks, but you shouldn’t determine this on your own. Your healthcare provider is better equipped to make those decisions.

If you start to experience any unusual symptoms once you begin a new supplement, you should stop taking it immediately. It’s important that you rule out the supplement before you resume taking it.

While calcium and magnesium supplements contain a lot of benefits that have been studied, they are only meant to support a healthy lifestyle. You can’t expect calcium to treat or cure any condition you are suffering from. Additionally, magnesium orotate is designed for healthy adults; not children.

Calcium and magnesium are considered safe to take during pregnancy and breastfeeding (these are two of the most commonly recommended supplements for soon-to-be or new mothers). However, it’s important to only take as much as you need and to take the best calcium orotate supplement possible.

Daily serving: 3 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 20

per serving

Calcium orotate 1 350 mg
Magnesium orotate 150 mg
Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice flour.

Each vegetarian capsule contains 450 mg calcium orotate and 50 mg magnesium orotate.
Directions for use

Instructions for Taking Calcium Orotate Capsules

Figuring out where to buy calcium orotate supplements can be one of the biggest hurdles to incorporating it into your regimen. With so many online retailers to choose from, you need to know who you can trust. Always choose a company that only utilizes high-quality ingredients.

You should also be able to request third-party studies on the formulas to ensure they’re high quality. If a company isn’t willing to provide you with this information, it might have something to hide.

With our calcium orotate supplement, you get 450 mg of calcium and 50 mg of magnesium in each vegetarian capsule. The only other ingredients included are acacia gum and rice flour. We don’t use unnecessary fillers or ingredients, but aim to keep the composition as pure as possible.

We recommend most people take three capsules a day. You can take one with each main meal throughout the day. However, your doctor may recommend a different amount, which you should follow. If you take three capsules per day, one bottle will last twenty days.

We also recommend storing supplements in a dry location that’s climate controlled. You also don’t want them sitting in direct sunlight, which is why we often recommend using a medicine cabinet. With proper storage, you can maintain the potency of supplements through the best by date. But once that expiration date passes, it’s time to get rid of it and buy a new bottle.

At first, you may choose to start with fewer than three capsules and work your way up. You can also re-evaluate your needs periodically to determine whether or not you should adjust your regimen. Depending on your diet and life stage, your calcium and magnesium intake may need to be altered. Your doctor can also help you determine exactly how much you should be taking daily.

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