Posted June 3, 2016 by Jason Brooks in

The Nobel Prize Winning Erection Enhancer L-Arginine

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rginine is actually an amino acid that plays a crucial role in the human body. Back in the 1990s the three American scientists who discovered it were awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering the actual function of the amino acid. Arginine does a number of different things to support critical bodily functions; it boosts the immune system, secretes hormones, and helps to divide cells. It is crucial to the body’s ability to create proteins. What makes it so vital though is its role in producing nitric oxide.

Well… what is nitric oxide, you might ask? It works to expand and relax the arteries to alleviate the strain and stress the heart is under improving overall circulation. Doctors original prescribed L-Arginine to improve blood flow and reduce blood pressure for patients. It would prevent the hardening of arteries and therefore heart disease. It can still be used in the capacity, but what we all really are wondering is how does this heart saver have anything to do with giving men rock hard erections?

Scientists had been turning over various rocks for years searching for the right chemical compound that could assist in dilating the blood vessels. They never initially would have guessed that it would in fact be a gas like nitric oxide that was what they were looking for all along. It had been overlooked for a full century since its original discovery in 1895 because it is difficult to trace in the body since it is destroyed by hemoglobin just moments after being released in the blood vessel lining.

Since nitric oxide works to expand the arteries and improve circulation it also can facilitate more blood flow to the penis. With L-Argnine middle-aged men have a way to combat high blood pressure and erectile dysfunction with just once simple supplement. It has the potential to get those already taking blood pressure medication or Viagra off their prescriptions.

The benefits of L-Arginine are seemingly endless.

  • Releases needed hormones
  • Increases lean muscle mass
  • Promotes immunity from disease
  • Increases erection length and stamina
  • Boosts libido
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Prevents heart disease
  • Helps with all erectile dysfunction
  • Improves circulation
  • Stops the growth of tumors
  • Infertility
  • Dementia
  • Chest pain
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Prevents the common cold
  • Improves kidney function
  • Prevents nitrate tolerance for those on chest pain medication
  • Speeds up recovery time after surgery or injury
  • Increases sperm production
  • Relieves leg pain associated with poor circulation

How does it work?

The L-arginine once taken internally is converted in the body to nitric oxide. The Nitric oxide expands the blood vessels to improve blood flow and prevent hardened arteries. It simultaneously promotes the release of growth hormone and insulin into the body.

2b blood flowThe penis is made up of soft muscle and L-Arginine directly brings blood flow to those muscles with the use of nitric oxide to transform the blood vessels to be able to accommodate enough flow to produce a rock hard erection. The neurotransmitter nitric oxide is essential to the body’s ability to harden the penis and with additionally L-arginine support there will be no shortage of blood flow when its time to get in the sack.

The name of the game is vasodilation. This also can help in the weight room too. Increased blood flow to the muscles during a workout or an intense training period is incredibly beneficial. It helps essential nutrients get to muscles for extended time frames. This can help with muscle damage and soreness power lifters and body builders suffer from regularly. Recovery time can be cut in half with L-arginine while it promotes physical conditioning. It has a similar effect on all muscles in the body not just the ones in your penis.

How to use L-Arginine safely:

L-Arginine is found natural in red meats, fish, and chocolate but you can go beyond sourcing your L-Arginine from food to get a specific dose without the associated calories or animal products. Supplements can make L-Arginine more bioavailable for use.

Three scientists examining samples in a laboratoryThe most standardized dosage of the supplement is anywhere between 2-5 grams daily. While it is difficult to say, “overdose” on L-Arginine it is unnecessary to dose any higher than the recommended amount for your body weight. It is important as with all new health programs to consult with a physician before consuming any new supplements regularly. That being said, L-Arginine is relatively safe when compared with blood pressure medications or prescription erection enhancers.

It can cause some minor side effects like abdominal pain, bloating, blood abnormalities, allergies, airway inflammation, low blood pressure, diarrhea, and gout. It is important to monitor your in-take and listen to your body’s initial reactions upon introducing L-Arginine.

It should be used with much caution and discretion by diabetes since it is a natural insulin blocker. It is also important to stop taking L-argining prior to surgery despite its ability to help with recovery, it is best to wait until the surgery has been successfully completed before beginning to take doses of the amino acid.

Ways to take L-Arginine

As mentioned before it is possible to get L-arginine naturally from red meat, fish, and chocolate, but what are some other ways to incorporate the lauded amino acid into your supplement routine. The most common way to dose with L-arginine is orally in a capsule, though it is available in injection form if you aren’t squeamish about needles it can help to avoid digestive side effects. It is also available at drug stores in an externally applicable cream to directly put on the penis. It is not clinical proven whether or not external application is as effective as internal.

WebMd.com gives a guide for standardized doses for different health purposes:

For congestive heart failure: 6-20 grams 3 times daily

For angina: 3-6 grams 3 times daily

For erectile dysfunction: 5 grams per day at minimum

No matter how or why you are deciding to take L-argnine the important thing is to check with your primary care provider and hopefully sit back and enjoy the benefits of improved circulation and a enormous erection.

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