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Health Products - L-Arginine

L-Arginine, also just called Arginine, has appeared in many products of the past couple of years, gaining popularity as a non prescription treatment for high cholesterol and is an active ingredient in sexual support products.

L-arginine is a non-essential amino acid which is abundant in protamines and histones, these are proteins associated with nucleic acids

L-arginine is used by the immune system to help regulate the activity of the thymus gland, which is responsible for manufacturing T lymphocytes. (These are the T-cells, which assist the immune system and body defences). For this reason it may be a very useful nutritional supplement for people suffering from AIDS and other diseases which suppress the immune system.

In the pancreas it is used to release insulin, in the pituitary gland, it is a component of human growth hormone.

It is important in liver health and assists in neutralizing ammonia in the liver, while it is also involved in the skin and connective tissue, making it important for the healing and repair of soft tissue, the formation of collagen and in the building of new bone and tendons.

It is required in muscle metabolism and helping with weight control since it facilitates the increase of muscle mass, while reducing body fat.

L-Arginine also creates nitric oxide in the human body (nitric oxide is one of the most essential substances which influence sexual function in both men and women), and helps to improve circulation. and maintains the nitrogen balance.

L-Arginine is found in seminal fluid and is used in the treatment of male sexual health problems and treatments for sterility.

L-Arginine and Sexuality

L Arginine is used in sexual stimulants, as people report longer and more intense orgasms when their intake of arginine is increased.

In Men, L-Arginine improves blood flow to the genital area and gives erections that are harder, bigger, last longer and can be more frequent. (ProSolution Gel™

In Women, causes a higher blood flow which makes the clitoral and vaginal tissues more sensitive and responsive to sexual stimulation. This way, L-Arginine increases the possibility for women to reach orgasm. (Her solution Gel)

Deficiency is rare – but signs may include impaired insulin production as well as possible hair loss.

Toxicity & Symptoms of High Intake are also rare, but symptoms of massive dosages may include thickening and coarsening of the skin, muscle weakness, diarrhoea, nausea, as well as increasing the activity of some viruses. For this reason people suffering from herpes should avoid high dosage. Pregnant and lactating women and people suffering from schizophrenia should also avoid high dosage. (when ingested, it is unlikely that topical use would cause health problems). Arginine should not be used when cold sores are present.

Arginine pyroglutamate, in addition to having cognitive enhancing effects, is an excellent growth hormone releaser because it is carried more efficiently across the blood- brain barrier than arginine alone. In Italy, this form of the amino acid is used to treat senility, mental retardation, and alcoholism. Arginine pyroglutamate is an arginine molecule combined with a pyroglutamate molecule. L-Arginine alone does not produce cognitive enhancing effects.

Natural sources

L-arginine is found in: whole-wheat, rice, nuts, seeds, corn, soy, grapes, coco, carob and some other foods. It can be purchased from pharmacies.

 



 

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