Arginine L-Arginine, female erectile and sexual dysfunction
Arginine or L-Arginine
Arginine for Erectile Dysfunctions
Beneficial Nerve impulses from the vagina, athletic performance, immune system, healing wounds
Arginine or L-arginine is above all an amino acid (semi-essential) it is one of the 20 main amino acids that make up the body's proteins. It participates in the essential proper functioning of certain components or organs of the body, it acts on the healing of wounds as well as on the evacuation of ammonia, and on the production of nitric oxide which has the function of dilating blood vessels as well as on creatinine which allows the development and functioning of muscles.
It was discovered and isolated at the end of the 1880s by a Swiss chemist, then its action in the various processes of the body was updated between 1930 and 1940. This amino acid is synthesized by the body, but in some cases, it is important to have an external supply to avoid a deficiency.
Arginine is found in our diet, it is present in certain legumes (lentils, peas), in certain cereals such as rice, but only brown, oats and buckwheat, in foods containing protein such as poultry (chicken) and also in red meat and milk products and some fish too, wine and nuts.
It is specified that at present, no recommendation exists on the minimum content of an arginine intake, but if a deficiency occurs, it can be a cause of many significant disturbances for the organism.
A deficiency in this amino acid can promote infections, difficulty in healing certain wounds, greater hair loss, skin rashes, constipation disorders, and promote the occurrence of fatty liver disease called steatosis hepatic.
Its medicinal properties
Arginine is essential for increasing sexual and physical (muscular) performance.
It is effective and certified in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, because generally it is due to blood disorders, and the action of arginine is to improve blood flow. In addition, it is proven that associated with zinc, it increased the content of sperm. For women, it stimulates the nervous impulses of the vagina which promotes sexual enhancement.
Through its action on the secretions of growth hormone and the production of creatine, arginine helps develop athletic performance, increase physical strength and muscle mass.
This amino acid also acts on the stimulation of the immune system and therefore of its defences, which leads to a reduction in infectious episodes and allows better healing of skin wounds.
Arginine other uses
Arginine is often found in combination with other elements in various energy drinks, but also in shampoos and hair masks to strengthen them.
Arginine helps and heals
Erectile dysfunctions, stimulates nerve impulses of the vagina, an improvement in sports performance, stimulating the immune system, healing wounds.