Everything should be taken in moderation. That’s what doctors say, and it’s probably what your mom has said too.

 

When it comes to health supplements, they should too be taken in moderation. While L-Arginine is a is an amino acid that’s naturally produced by the body, it’s still important people don’t take too much.

 

L-Arginine has a lot of advantages that we’ve mentioned in this blog. From helping men concur erectile dysfunction, helping lower blood pressure, and even able to help heal skin faster after burns. But taking too much Arginine might accelerate in curing or expediting these processes, but instead make people feel sick.

 

Here are some symptoms that might occur if you consume too much L-Arginine.

 

Stomach Pains – Too much L-Arginine has a tendency to increase levels of gastrin, which is produces gastric acid that helps digest proteins. Problem is too much of this can cause stomach pains, diarrhea and even nausea.

 

Low Blood Pressure – Lowing blood pressure through our supplement is one of the most common uses of Arginine Infusion. Now although the point is to lower blood pressure in high blood pressure patients, too low of blood pressure can impact the amount of oxygen that flows throughout the body.

 

Allergic reactions – People have allergic reactions to everything, and unfortunately it’s been found L-Arginine is one of them. The reactions aren’t very severe, but skin rashes, swollen eyes, and shortness of breath have occurred.

 

It’s recommended that 2-to-3 grams of L-Arginine be taken daily, maybe more, but it’s not to exceed an insubordinate amount. Consult a doctor or use the recommended levels listed on our Arginine Infusion.

 

The benefits out weight the side effects of too much L-Arginine, but don’t try and use too much, please.

Post by RT Rand