|Min. Order:||25 Kilogram|
Nutrient Composition: Amino Acid
The content of active substances: ＞90%
Place of Origin: China
The organic compound citrulline is an α-amino acid. Its name is derived from citrullus, the Latin word for watermelon. Citrulline is made from ornithine and carbamoyl phosphate in one of the central reactions in the urea cycle. It is made from arginine by the enzyme trichohyalin at the inner root sheath and medulla of hair follicles. Arginine is first oxidized into N-hydroxylarginine, which is then further oxidized to citrulline concomitant with release of nitric oxide.
1. L-citrulline is used for Alzheimer`s disease, dementia, fatigue, muscle weakness, sickle cell disease, erectile dysfunction, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
2. L-citrulline is used for heart disease, body building, increasing energy and improving athletic performance.
3. L-Citrulline is an amino acid converts to L-arginine and nitric oxide in bloodstream.Nitric oxide is involved in vasodilation, low levels have been associated with mental and physical fatigue and sexual disorders.
4. L-citrulline can improve the health of sexual life, it can also relax the blood vessels, enhance male sexual function and therapeutic dysfunction.
The recommended daily supplemental dose of L-Citrulline is 200-1000 mg once a day before bed (at the same time of the day when you ought to be taking your L-Arginine supplement). L-Citrulline supplements may be difficult to find on their own as they are most likely going to be combined with L-Arginine or included as a part of a collection of supplements meant to do a number of specific things. This is why the dosage amount can vary so greatly. The lowest recommended daily dose is the 200 mg while the most that you will want to take in a 24 hour period should not exceed 1000 mg. You will need to keep this in mind especially if thus supplement is combined with other supplements that are taken in high doses or more than once throughout the day.