Product name:L-Arginine oral solution

 Packaging and dosage form:

The package contains 10 single dose oral with a patient information leaflet.

Each single dose vial of 10 ml contains: L- Arginine (base) 1000 mg.

Other ingeredients: Sodium saccarine 2 mg ( as sweetener ) and orange flavour.

  • Pharmacological and clinical effects
  • Indications
  • How to use
  • Interactions
  • contraindications
  • Precautions and warnings
  • Adverse effects
  • Pregnancy
  • Lactation
  • Storage

L-Arginine is a basic amino acid that is essential for growth .It plays a role in the formation of important physiologic factors, including Nitric oxide, urea, creatinine and proteins.Nitric oxid synthase (NOS) converts L- Arginine to nitric oxide (NO) in vascular endothelial cells, which causes vasodilation.L-Arginine also contributes to  increase muscle mass because it has a role in synthesis of most proteins.

  • Growth improvement due to growth hormone stimulation
  • Cardiovascular performance improvement
  • Athletic performance and endurance enhancement 

L-Arginine solution is for oral use and it can be consumed alone or dissolved in drink or liquid food. It can be used 1 to 3 vials per day or according to physician's prescription. Doses should be consumed evenly spaced throughout the day preferably with meals.

Concomitant use of L-Arginine with antihypertensive drugs and  Nitrates might exacerbate their hypotensive effects, therefore concurrent use must be with caution and under physician surveillance.

None known contraindications exist for L- Arginine, but it is not recommended to use L-Arginine in patients following an acute Myocardial Infarction. 

  • Consult with your physician for consuming L-Arginine more than 6 months in the case of cardiovascular disease.
  • Avoid using this product at least 2 weeks before surgical procedures as it may reduce blood pressure and increase vasodilation.
  • L-Arginin should be used with caution in patients with low blood pressure and allergy.
  • Consult with your physician before taking L-Arginine in case of herpes viruse,renal disease and dietary protein restiction.




Administration of L-Arginine might cause mild gastrointestinal disturbances such as abdominal cramps,bloating, nausea and diarrhea.

There is insufficient rliable information available about L-Arginine when used long-term in pregnant womaen,therefore this supplement can be used only with physician's prescription during pregnancy.

Specific information regarding safety in lactating women is lacking,avoid using this supplement during lactation.

Store in room temperature  and dry place, away from direct light and heat sources,in the original box and protect from freezing.it is recommended to consume each serving contents of the vial completely and avoid storing the remaining solution in the vial.