Frequently Asked Questions

Please browse through those Frequently Asked Questions, and feel free to contact us if you need any help.


We recommend consulting your primary health care professional before use.

Crampeze does not have any gluten in their ingredients.

We recommend 18 years and older.

We recommend that you store Crampeze in a cool dry place below 30°C.

We recommend that our products should be consumed within the time period stipulated on the packaging.

Magnesium is a rich supplement that is required by the human body to function daily, and plays a vital role facilitating more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. Magnesium plays an important part for bone health, heart health, a healthy nervous system, cellular energy, hormone regulation, as well as the relaxation and activation of muscle tissues. Many people today have difficulty achieving adequate supplies of dietary Magnesium.

Crampeze is available at most pharmacies, health food stores, and online retailers such as Chemist Warehouse, Direct Chemist Outlet and Amazon.  View our where to buy page to find a store near you.

Crampeze is intended to improve sleep quality by reducing night cramps that can interrupt sleep. Its ingredients do not contain stimulants that would adversely affect sleep, making it suitable for use before bedtime. To learn more, check out our article on Night time Leg Cramps: Causes and Solutions for a Good Night’s Sleep

Crampeze is available as an over-the-counter supplement and does not require a prescription.

Yes, Crampeze can be beneficial for individuals experiencing exercise-induced muscle cramps. Its ingredients support muscle function and may help prevent cramps associated with physical activity. However, it’s also important to stay hydrated and properly stretch before and after exercise. Read our tips for preventing leg cramps during exercise

While Crampeze is safe for most adults, individuals with kidney disease, severe heart conditions, or those who are pregnant or breastfeeding should consult a healthcare provider before use. Additionally, if you have allergies to any of the ingredients in Crampeze, you should avoid the product.

Crampeze can be taken with or without food, but if you have a sensitive stomach, it may be best to take it with a meal or snack to minimise the risk of gastrointestinal discomfort.

If you miss a dose of Crampeze, take it as soon as you remember. However, if it’s almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and resume your regular dosing schedule. Do not double up on doses to make up for a missed one.

Crampeze serves as a mineral designed to alleviate night cramps and, when used consistently over an extended period, can help prevent them. Its ingredients, including cramp bark, magnesium and vitamin B6 among others, are thought to support muscle health and function over time.

Yes, practising yoga can be helpful in preventing leg cramps. Yoga stretches and strengthens the muscles, improves flexibility, and enhances circulation, all of which can contribute to reducing the frequency and severity of muscle cramps. Incorporating regular yoga sessions into your routine, especially those focusing on leg muscles, might offer noticeable benefits. Read our tips for preventing leg cramps during exercise

The time it takes to notice a reduction in leg cramps after starting Crampeze can vary from person to person. Some may notice improvement within a few days, while others might need to take it for a few weeks before seeing a significant change. It’s generally recommended to give any new supplement or medication at least a month of consistent use before assessing its effectiveness, unless adverse effects occur.

Crampeze tablets typically do not have specific interactions with foods or beverages. However, it’s always a good idea to read the product’s instructions and warnings or consult a healthcare professional for advice specific to your situation. Certain substances in foods or drinks might affect absorption of the active ingredients or overall effectiveness.

There is no widely-known direct interaction between moderate alcohol consumption and Crampeze. However, excessive alcohol use can exacerbate dehydration and nutrient imbalance, potentially worsening muscle cramps. It’s wise to consume alcohol in moderation and stay hydrated, especially if you’re prone to leg cramps.

Excluding the outer shell of our standard Crampeze capsules, which contains gelatine, everything within the Crampeze range is plant or mineral derived and therefore, vegan friendly. However, we do not have official Halal or Kosher certification.

For our Crampeze Forte tablets, anyone with a history of peptic ulcers, diabetes, gall bladder patients and gout patients need to be monitored closely by a health care practitioner to avoid toxic effects associated with excess nicotinamide intake. Our standard Crampeze capsules are diabetes friendly, however we would suggest consulting with your doctor to ensure you are not exceeding recommended daily dosage of any vitamin contained within the ingredients list.

The amount of magnesium listed on the packaging is for elemental magnesium (Crampeze = 75mg and Crampeze Forte = 150mg elemental magnesium per cap/tab). 

Gingko works on circulation, so people with bleeding disorders do need to be careful and take HCP advice. Our dosage for Gingko at a max daily (4 cap a day) is what is recommended for peripheral circulation boosting.

Crampeze Forte is not suitable to be taken during pregnancy & lactation, as it contains Feverfew, which has not been tested for use during pregnancy. Our standard Crampeze can be taken during pregnancy & lactation, however, we recommend consulting your doctor to ensure the product and its ingredients are suitable for you.

The maximum daily dosage of Crampeze is 4 capsules, and the maximum daily dosage of Crampeze Forte is 2 tablets.

Although we cannot provide you with a solution to source more Crampeze Gel, as the product is no longer available in stores – we can share that we have launched under our sister brand, Dermal Therapy Foot & Knee Pain Relief Gel. This product can be just as effective as our Crampeze Gel in relieving pain associated with leg cramps and muscles spasms. Customers who have previously tried Crampeze Gel have provided very positive feedback that our Dermal Therapy Foot & Knee Relief Gel has helped them manage their pain associated with cramps.

Our Crampeze cartons & bottle can be placed in your local council kerbside recycling bin. For the blister packs that hold the capsules or tablets themselves, once empty, we recommend recycling through Pharmacycle, a blister pack recycling program. There are over 200 collection points and it’s free to drop off at participating pharmacies. You can find your closest drop-off location here. If the blister packs do still have capsules or tablets within them, please take to your local pharmacy.

Yes. You can choose to cut the tablet into 4 quarters maximum.

Yes you can open capsule and dissolve in water only.