Potassium Citrate

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Re: Potassium Citrate

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lsinrod wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 1:49 pm
I tried Potassium Citrate, and it didn't do a thing for my restless legs. However, it did make my urine more alkaline, which for an 80 year old mean less trips to the bathroom at night. Now that I finished my experiment with potassium citrate for restless legs, I found I could reduce it to half the amount and still have pH of 7.0 which worked.
Fascinating. And, great for you!
Ann - Take what you need, leave the rest

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