27
JUL
2017

ProArgi-9+ in the Physicians’ Desk Reference

Since 1947, medical specialists across the world have turned to the Physician’s Desk Reference (PDR) as the authoritative source of information on drugs and prescribed substances. Synergy is pleased to note that ProArgi-9+ has been featured in the PDR, starting with the...
28
JUN
2017

Main interactions with drugs

Arginine may cause low blood pressure. Caution is advised in people taking herbs or supplements that lower blood pressure. May increase the risk of bleeding when taken with drugs that increase the risk of bleeding. Some examples include aspirin, anticoagulants (blood thinners)...
24
JUN
2017

L-Arginine and Alzheimer’s Disease

L-arginine is an essential amino acid, involved in diverse physiological and pathological processes, including neurotransmission, neurogenesis and neuroplasticity, cellular redox metabolism and redox stress, inflammation, and regulation of cerebral blood flow. Increasing evidence...
29
MAY
2017

Anti-aging effects of l-arginine

l-Arginine is one of the most metabolically versatile amino acids. In addition to its role in the synthesis of nitric oxide, l-arginine serves as a precursor for the synthesis of polyamines, proline, glutamate, creatine, agmatine and urea. Several human and experimental animal...
10
APR
2017

L-Arginine – dosing

The following doses of l-arginine have been studied in scientific research: By mouth: Congestive heart failure: doses range from 6-20 grams per day, as three divided doses. Organic erectile dysfunction (ED): 5 grams per day. Taking lower doses might not be effective. Preventing...
26
JAN
2017

L-arginine is possibly effective for…

Chest pain (angina) Taking L-arginine seems to decrease symptoms and improve exercise tolerance and quality of life in people with angina. However, L-arginine does not seem to improve the disease itself.   Erectile dysfunction (ED) Taking 5 grams of L-arginine by mouth daily...
05
OCT
2016

Contraindications

Arginine, especially the form of HCL, reduces the viscosity of blood platelets, so it can strengthen today anticoagulants. The optional supplementation so you should consult with your doctor. Arginine should not be used after acute myocardial infarction. According to some...
07
AUG
2016

AAKG and other forms of arginine

Arginine meet sometimes in the form of “AAKG”, especially as a supplement or an ingredient supplements for athletes. L-arginine is a free, natural form of the amino acid and AAKG a molecule consisting of arginine and alpha-ketoglutaric acid. In other words, it...
12
JUN
2016

What is Arginine HCL?

Arginine HCL (arginine hydrochloride) is a synthetic form of the amino acid., Combines arginine and a molecule of hydrogen chloride. On the market it can be found in all forms: powder, pills or capsules. Arginine HCL is cheap to produce and therefore willingly used by...
16
MAY
2016

Arginine deficiency

Arginine deficiency can sometimes be dangerous for our body, because from a certain age, when the ability to synthesize arginine decreases, consider its supplementation. In acute shortage of arginine may experience muscle atrophy, decreased muscle strength, inhibition of growth...
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