Arginine, 90 capsules I VemoHerb®

L-Arginine - Pure Amino acid, Premium Quality Muscle Building Block

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Stimulates muscle mass growth, stamina and strength*
Enhances athletic performance*
Promotes protein metabolism*
Improves the supply of nutrients to the muscles*
Contributes to faster recovery*
Positively influences the libido and sexual desire*
Increases nitric oxide production*
Supports the normal function of cardiovascular system*

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Description

 VemoHerb® Arginine is an impressive muscle booster with insane pump effect and blood flow enhancer!*

Stimulates muscle mass growth, stamina and strength*
Enhances athletic performance*
Promotes protein metabolism*
Improves the supply of nutrients to the muscles*
Contributes to faster recovery*
Positively influences the libido and sexual desire*
Increases nitric oxide production*
Supports the normal function of cardiovascular system*

You can dominate your life by adding VemoHerb® Arginine supplement to your daily routine!

How and why it works

L-arginine is an essential amino acid that is a necessity for the proper functioning of the whole organism. [1] But what exactly are amino acids and why are they so important? Amino acids are compounds that play an important role in our body, as they are actually the building blocks of proteins.* [12]

Like other amino acids, L-arginine also supports the protein synthesis, that is involved in building muscle mass, thus the body gains more strength, energy and endurance.* [2-5, 10]. In addition, L-arginine contributes to faster tissue recovery after exhaustion from exercise, thus this amino acid helps the reduction of muscle fever and fatigue, as well as the building of bigger muscles.* [9,13]

Another reason why athletes use this product is its visual effect – the pump effect.* L-arginine stimulates the release of nitric oxide in the blood, which acts as a booster to dilate blood vessels.* [6, 7] In addition to the visible beautiful effect on the body, the enlargement of the blood vessels also supports the normal function of the cardiovascular system, thus facilitating the supply of nutrients to the active muscles.* [8, 11]

This stimulation of blood circulation helps to improve other areas of life – libido, sexual desire and normal function of the prostate, as more oxygen-rich blood can circulate through the arteries.* [14]

Due to its positive impact on the organism, L-arginine is one of the most favorite and desired supplements among athletes who want to improve the quality of their exercise and training performance.*

Active substances in 1 capsule:

660 mg

Suggested use:

Take 1-2 capsules 3 times a day

Directions for use:

Take between the meals or as directed on the label.

The product is a food supplement not a medical drug. The product is not a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. It is not recommended for pregnant, nursing women and children!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

Additional information

Weight 110.0 g

Science

References:

1.Martin D Rosenthal, Phillip W Carrott, Jayshil Patel, Laszlo Kiraly, Robert G Martindale Author Notes - Parenteral or Enteral Arginine Supplementation Safety and Efficacy

Arginine supplementation has the potential to improve the health of patients. Its use in hospitalized patients has been a controversial topic in the nutrition literature, especially concerning supplementation of septic patients. In this article, we review the relevant literature both for and against the use of arginine in critically ill, surgical, and hospitalized patients.

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2.Arash Dashtabi, Zohreh Mazloom - Benefits of L-Arginine supplementation on body composition: A mini review

Body composition Improvement has numeral desired effect in controlling the risk of chronic disease, and several compounds are use as adjunct therapy for this purpose. We review the effect and mechanism caused by l-arginine in fat mass and muscle mass as body composition components.

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3.Guoyao Wu,corresponding author Fuller W. Bazer, Teresa A. Davis, Sung Woo Kim, Peng Li, J. Marc Rhoads, M. Carey Satterfield, Stephen B. Smith, Thomas E. Spencer, and Yulong Yin - Arginine metabolism and nutrition in growth, health and disease

l-Arginine (Arg) is synthesised from glutamine, glutamate, and proline via the intestinal-renal axis in humans and most other mammals (including pigs, sheep and rats). Arg degradation occurs via multiple pathways that are initiated by arginase, nitric-oxide synthase, Arg:glycine amidinotransferase, and Arg decarboxylase.

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4.Aitor Viribay, José Burgos, Julen Fernández-Landa, Jesús Seco-Calvo and Juan Mielgo-Ayuso - Effects of Arginine Supplementation on Athletic Performance Based on Energy Metabolism: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Nitric oxide related ergogenic aids such as arginine (Arg) have shown to impact positively on sport performance through several physiological and metabolic mechanisms. However, research results have shown to be controversial.

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5.Thiago S Álvares, Cláudia M Meirelles, Yagesh N Bhambhani, Vânia M F Paschoalin, Paulo S C Gomes - L-Arginine as a potential ergogenic aid in healthy subjects

Dietary supplements containing L-arginine, a semi-essential amino acid, are one of the latest ergogenic aids intended to enhance strength, power and muscle recovery associated with both aerobic and resistance exercise. L-arginine is claimed to promote vasodilation by increasing nitric oxide (NO) production in the active muscle during exercise, improving strength, power and muscular recovery through increased substrate utilization and metabolite removal, such as lactate and ammonia.

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6.Niwanthi W Rajapakse, David L Mattson - ROLE OF l-ARGININE IN NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION IN HEALTH AND HYPERTENSION

l-Arginine is the substrate for vascular nitric oxide (NO) formation. Under normal physiological conditions, intracellular l-arginine levels far exceed the Km of NO synthase for l-arginine. However, endogenous NO formation is dependent on extracellular l-arginine concentrations, giving rise to the concept of the ‘l-arginine paradox’.

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7.Masao Kakoki, Hyung-Suk Kim, William J. Arendshorst and David L. Mattson - l-Arginine uptake affects nitric oxide production and blood flow in the renal medulla

Experiments were performed to determine whether l-arginine transport regulates nitric oxide (NO) production and hemodynamics in the renal medulla. The effects of renal medullary interstitial infusion of cationic amino acids, which compete with l-arginine for cellular uptake, on NO levels and blood flow in the medulla were examined in anesthetized rats.

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8.Zahra Bahadoran, Parvin Mirmiran,corresponding author Zhaleh Tahmasebinejad, and Fereidoun Azizi - Dietary L-arginine intake and the incidence of coronary heart disease: Tehran lipid and glucose study

Eligible adults (n = 2284) who participated in the Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study were followed for a mean of 4.7 years. Dietary intake of L-arginine was assessed at baseline (2006–2008); biochemical variables were evaluated at baseline and the follow-up examination.

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9.Aitor Viribay, José Burgos, Julen Fernández-Landa, Jesús Seco-Calvo and Juan Mielgo-Ayuso - Effects of Arginine Supplementation on Athletic Performance Based on Energy Metabolism: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Nitric oxide related ergogenic aids such as arginine (Arg) have shown to impact positively on sport performance through several physiological and metabolic mechanisms. However, research results have shown to be controversial. The great differences regarding required metabolic pathways and physiological demands between aerobic and anaerobic sport disciplines could be the reasons.

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10.Sidney M Morris, Jr. - Arginine Metabolism Revisited

Mammalian arginine metabolism is complex due to the expression of multiple enzymes that utilize arginine as substrate and to interactions or competition between specific enzymes involved in arginine metabolism.

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11.S. K. Annavarajula, K. V. Dakshinamurty, M. U. R. Naidu and C. Prabhakar Reddy - The effect of L-arginine on arterial stiffness and oxidative stress in chronic kidney disease

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a growing problem worldwide. The disproportionate increase in the burden of cardiovascular disease in patients with CKD may be significantly contributed by nontraditional risk factors. Increased arterial stiffness has been recognized as an important player in contributing to this morbidity and mortality.

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12.Michael K. Reddy - Amino acid, chemical compound

Proteins are of primary importance to the continuing functioning of life on Earth. Proteins catalyze the vast majority of chemical reactions that occur in the cell. They provide many of the structural elements of a cell, and they help to bind cells together into tissues.

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13.Essential Amino Acids: Definition, Benefits, and Food Sources

Amino acids are organic compounds composed mainly of nitrogen, carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Your body needs 20 different amino acids to grow and function properly. While all 20 of these are important for your health, only 9 are classified as essential.

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14.l-arginine and Erectile Dysfunction

l-arginine, being a natural precursor of nitric oxide, is one of the more commonly used adjuvants to regular medicines in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

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