L-arginine 3 gm + Proanthocyanidins 0.75 mg


L-arginine was first isolated in 1886. In 1932, scientists learned that L-arginine is needed to create urea, a waste
product that is necessary for toxic ammonia to be removed from the body. In 1939, researchers discovered
that L-arginine is also needed to make creatine. Creatine breaks down into creatinine at a constant rate, and it
is cleared from the body by the kidneys. Arginine is considered a semi-essential amino acid because even
though the body normally makes enough of it, supplementation is sometimes needed. For example, people
with protein malnutrition, excessive ammonia production, excessive lysine intake, burns, infections,
peritoneal dialysis, rapid growth, urea synthesis disorders, or sepsis may not have enough arginine.
Symptoms of arginine deficiency include poor wound healing, hair loss, skin rash, constipation, and fatty liver.
Arginine changes into nitric oxide, which causes blood vessel relaxation (vasodilation). Early evidence
suggests that arginine may help treat medical conditions that improve with vasodilation, such as chest pain,
clogged arteries (called atherosclerosis), coronary artery disease, erectile dysfunction, heart failure,
intermittent claudication/peripheral vascular disease, and blood vessel swelling that causes headaches
(vascular headaches).

Arginine also triggers the body to make protein and has been studied for wound healing, bodybuilding,
enhancement of sperm production (spermatogenesis), and prevention of wasting in people with critical


Arginine plays an important role in cell division, the healing of wounds, removing ammonia from the body,
immune function, and the release of hormones

The benefits and functions attributed to oral ingestion of L-arginine include:

1.) Precursor for the synthesis of nitric oxide (NO)
2.) Stimulation of the release of growth hormone.
3.) Improves immune function
4.) Reduces healing time of injuries (particularly bone)
5.) Quickens repair time of damaged tissue
6.) Reduces risk of heart disease
7.) Increases muscle mass
8.) Reduces adipose tissue body fat
9.) Helps improve insulin sensitivity
10.) Helps decrease blood pressure
11.) Alleviates male infertility, improving sperm production and motility
12.) Increases blood circulation throughout the body, including the sex organs
13.) Improves reproductive ability


Proanthocyanidins represent a unique class of oligomeric and polymeric secondary metabolites found
ubiquitously and in considerable amounts in plants and some algae. These substances exhibit a range of
rather surprising physical and chemical properties which, once applied to living organisms, are translated
into a multitude of biological activities.

The latter include antioxidant properties, cancer chemoprevention, anti-inflammatory and anti-diabetic
effects as well as some exceptional, yet highly interesting activities, such as anti-nutritional and antimicrobial
activity. Despite the wide range of activities and possible medical/agricultural applications of
proanthocyanidins, many questions still remain, including issues related to bioavailability, metabolism and
the precise biochemical, extra- and intracellular targets and mode(s) of action of these highly potent
materials. Among the various physical and chemical interactions of such substances, strong binding to
proteins appears to form the basis of many of their biological activities.


1.) Heart Disease
2.) Erectile Dysfunction
3.) Wound Healing
4.) High Blood Pressure
5.) Migraines
6.) Sexual Dysfunction
7.) Intermittent Claudication
8.) Interstitial Cystitis


1 sachet once a day

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