What is L-arginine? L-arginine (also referred to as just arginine) is an amino acid which may increase blood flow to various parts of the body and be useful in people with congestive heart failure, angina, sexual dysfunction, and other conditions. But do L-arginine supplements help?
ConsumerLab.com purchased, tested and reviewed L-arginine supplements, including those with only L-arginine and those with L-arginine in combination with ingredients such as B-vitamins, epimedium (horny goat weed), LongJax, and Tribulus terrestris.
We found the quality of product to be generally high. However, the suggested dosage of L-arginine for some products may not be effective for their expected use. We also found the cost of L-arginine varied among products, with some offering better value than others.
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