Combining pycnogenol and L-arginine could help address erectile dysfunction naturally, suggests researchers

(Natural News) Taking L-arginine by itself may not be enough to improve the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. But researchers suggest that L-arginine could be taken alongside pycnogenol, thereby increasing the beneficial effects of the two natural compounds on men who have impotence. The body turns L-arginine into nitric oxide. The latter substance serves as a neurotransmitter in the brain, spurs the cardiac muscle...
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