Benefits of L-Arginine:

  • Accelerates healing after injury
  • Helps burn fat and build muscle
  • Improves blood flow to the heart and brain
  • Fortifies your immune system
  • Helps with erectile dysfunction
  • May help to stimulate sex drive


DIRECTIONS: Inject 1 milliliter Subcutaneously or Intramuscularly up to 3 times


As an essential amino acid that is needed for normal body function and healing, L-Arginine has many great benefits. It stimulates the production of growth hormone, increases blood flow and is particularly useful in the healing process.

L-Arginine has shown promise in reducing bad cholesterol and lowering blood pressure. It is also used to treat impotency and sexual dysfunction in both men and women.

L-Arginine helps in the synthesis of nitric oxide, which the body uses to relax blood vessels. When blood vessels are relaxed, blood flow to the heart and brain increases.

Subsequently, L-Arginine is thought to help with erectile dysfunction by increasing the flow of blood to the genital area. Some studies also suggest the L-Arginine may help increase sperm counts and stimulate sex drive.

Since L-Arginine improves the balance of nitrogen, it allows the body to convert more protein into muscle and extra lean muscle mass helps burn fat, even when you are not active.

In addition, L‐Arginine stimulates activity of the thymus gland, which in turn bolsters your immune system to keep you healthy.

Possible side effects may include abdominal pain, bloating, and diarrhea. Irritation from the injection may occur and may include redness, swelling, and pain. This usually resides within a couple days after the injection.


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