Patient One Arginine supplies 750mg of important amino acid nutrition to support a range of functions in the body. L-Arginine is most noted as a precursor to nitric oxide (NO), a vasodilator which promotes peak circulation and optimizes diverse aspects of circulatory-dependent wellness. Through this key role in NO production, Arginine supports heart health, blood vessel health, stamina, and healthy sexual function. L-Arginine is one of the two main amino acids that promote sperm motility.
As a precursor to creatine, Arginine is often used to support muscle function and peak athletic performance. It maintains epithelial integrity of the GI tract and skin, while enhancing collagen synthesis. Arginine is involved in protein synthesis, supporting cell division, wound healing, and tissue and bone repair. Further, Arginine plays a role in the synthesis of antibodies that support healthy immune response by promoting nitrogen retention and T-cell proliferation.