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Alka Calm


Effervescent Magnesium Potassium blend formulated for maximum absorption, with natural Stevia, raspberry, and lemon flavors.

  • Provides All Forms of Highly Absorbable Magnesium and Potassium
  • Helps Maintain Healthy Bones, Blood Pressure, Glucose, and Insulin Levels
  • Promotes Optimal Glutathione Status and Nervous System Health

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Alka Calm is a powdered blend of water-soluble magnesium and potassium designed to quickly restore essential mineral reserves by offering all the naturally occurring Kreb’s cycle chelates for maximum absorption.


The Kreb’s cycle chelates (malate, citrate, ascorbate, lactate, tartrate, aspartate) are formed when magnesium and potassium react in water with vitamin C.

One teaspoon provides:

  • Magnesium 200 mg
  • Potassium 150 mg
  • Vitamin C (ascorbate) 75 mg
  • Fiber 25 mg
  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 10 mcg
  • Mix one teaspoon with water.

What is the difference between powdered magnesium, like Alka Calm, and tablets like Magnesium Glycinate?

The main difference between scoopable magnesium supplements, with magnesium as malate/citrate/ascorbate/lactate and magnesium glycinate or magnesium threonate, is the form in which the magnesium is presented. Scoopable magnesium supplements are typically sold in solid form, either as capsules or tablets, and can be taken orally with water. Powdered magnesium supplements, on the other hand, are sold in a fine powder form that can be mixed with water or other liquids and consumed orally.

Why would someone pick powdered magnesium?

There are several reasons why an individual might choose a powdered magnesium supplement over a scoopable form. One reason is that some people find it easier to swallow a powder than a pill or capsule. Additionally, powdered supplements may be more bioavailable, meaning that they are more easily absorbed by the body, leading to higher levels of magnesium in the bloodstream.

Overall, the choice between scoopable and powdered magnesium supplements depends on personal preference and individual needs. Some people may prefer the convenience and ease of taking a pill or capsule, while others may prefer the flexibility and potential benefits of a powdered supplement. It is important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the best form of magnesium for your individual needs.

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