An amino acid supplement which occurs in food proteins.
Arginine produces nitric oxide (NO) in the body which is also known as “endothelium relaxation factor” because of its properties to relax the vascular endothelium. This permits better blood flow which can improve circulation related conditions such as angina, intermittent claudication, erectile problems and high blood pressure. It improves hypertension because it restores youthful elasticity to the arterial system. The inability of the arteries to contract and expand is a major cause of hypertension in the
Male erectile dysfunction, hypertension, to retard aging and to promote wound healing in surgical patients and in traumatic injury.
Arthritis patients and in patients with herpes and other infections.
Large doses over long periods should be avoided in children. For immune support, take additional lysine with arginine. To avoid the risk of free radical oxidation, take with antioxidants, especially coenzyme Q10 and alpha lipoic acid. Always consult your health professional if you are seriously ill.
None reported at normal dosage levels.
PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Safe at normal dosage levels.
DOSAGE AND DIRECTIONS OF USE
Take four level teaspoonfuls (5g) in water or juice in the evening.
SIDE EFFECTS AND SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS
Prolonged use of high doses of arginine may lead to immune weakness and the appearance of virus infections such as herpes. This may be reversed by taking lysine supplements and by reducing or discontinuing supplementation with arginine.
KNOWN SYMPTOMS OF OVERDOSAGE AND PARTICULARS OF ITS TREATMENT
Securitainer containing 150g.