Directions for use:
Take one (1) Capsule three (3) times a day or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
While not exactly an essential amino acid (Not produced by the body) L-arginine is considered an essential because it’s highly important for many functions yet usually present in low quantities, especially as someone gets older.
What is arginine used for?
One of the main benefits people take supplemental arginine is because of its ability to improve blood flow and circulation.
In the body, it’s converted into nitric oxide (NO3), which causes blood vessels to open wider. This has multiple benefits, such as assisting in improving heart and brain health.
Another use of L-arginine is it stimulates the production of certain hormones, (especially beneficial human growth hormones and insulin) that help glucose into cells to be used for growth and energy output.
This is one of the many reasons it’s believed to enhance physical performance, stamina and strength.
Most common ailments L-Arginine has been used to treat:
High Blood Pressure
Inflammation in gut-related issues, including infants.