Complex K is a combination of potassium and magnesium salts, and of herbs that contain hundreds of nutrients.
A balanced diet usually supplies all the potassium a person needs, but certain illnesses and medicines can deplete potassium
reserves. Symptoms of potassium deficiency are muscle weakness, irregular heartbeat, mood changes, or nausea.
Magnesium is a coenzyme involved in nerve/muscle function, regulation of body temperature, energy metabolism, DNA/RNA synthesis,
and bone formation. Symptoms of magnesium deficiency are irritability, muscle weakness, and irregular heartbeat. Magnesium
supplements have been shown to increase exercise efficiency in endurance athletes.
Some of the ingredients in Complex K have a wide range of benefits. A recent inventory of substances found in Siberian Ginseng,
for example, revealed six antioxidants, four substances with anti-cancer activity, three that lower cholesterol, two immuno-stimulators,
one that stimulates bile production, one that moderates insulin levels, one radioprotectant, one with anti-inflammatory and
anti-pyretic activity, and one antibacterial agent.
Other ingredients in Complex K were chosen for their content of vitamins, minerals, proteins, essential fatty acids, carbohydrates,
enzymes, chlorophylls, growth factors, and beta-carotene.