A Semi-essential Amino Acid
What is L-Arginine?
The "L" in L-Arginine means it is one of the most common natural amino acids. It
is classified as a semi-essential amino acid, which means a healthy body can make sufficient amounts on its own,
through the kidneys and liver. It can be converted into glycogen or glucose if needed, essential energy sources.
L-Arginine not only helps the body make creatine, L-proline and L-glutamate, but also helps to eliminate ammonia
(a waste byproduct). It assists in relaxing the blood vessels through its assitance in making nitric oxide.
L-Arginine has been used for sexual dysfunction and to enhance sexual performance due to increased blood flow to
The production of L-arginine decreases with age, so supplementation does provide
an anti-aging benefit. Generally, it is recommended to keep supplementation under 2000 milligrams per
What are the benefits of
cell replication and wound healing
sperm count and potency
anabolic muscle growth
the immune system
Balances sodium levels
Increases blood flow
Fights plaque build-up
Increases the release of natural growth hormone
Where can I get L-Arginine?
The best natural sources of L-arginine include various proteins such as: seafood
(lobster, shrimp), beans, beef, poultry, dairy products (cheese, milk), seeds, nuts, chocolate, oatmeal,
wheat germ, granola, buckwheat and soybeans. L-arginine is also available as a
Although you can purchase L-arginine as a standalone supplement, it makes more sense to us if
you ingest it as part of a more complete homeopathic supplement that not only includes L-arginine, but a suite
of other ingredients that act together to improve performance and combat aging:
(Ingredients include: Alpha-GPC, GABA, Glycine, L-Arginine, L-Dopa bean extract,
L-Glutamine, L-Isoleucine, L-Tyrosine, L-Valine, L-Lysine, Moomiyo extract and Ornithine alpha
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