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It is an amino acid that is naturally produced in the body, and is one of the building blocks of protein.
In addition to playing a vital role in many functions such as repairing tissues and helping transport substances around your body, it is also prescribed for many medical conditions.
Although you should be able to get all the L-Arginine that you need from your diet, there are many reasons why you may not be getting enough.
You may not be eating enough food that gives you sufficient L-Arginine. Individuals on a strict diet may also not be getting enough L-Arginine.
L-Arginine helps boost Nitrous Oxide levels in the body, which can increase libido and improve sexual potency.
It may also have other positive benefits including strengthening the immune system, helping build muscle and improving memory.
Taking L-Arginine supplements generally has few adverse side effects since nutrition experts consider it the least toxic among the amino acids.
Even some users who have taken high levels of L-Arginine have reported no side effects. However, you should always consult with your doctor as to what is the appropriate level specifically for you.
In general, yes, but again, you should consult with your physician before starting any new supplement routine. He can advise you as to whether your medications may have any contraindications with L-Arginine.