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L-Arginine, Carnitine, Zinc, Niacin, DHEA and Pycnogenol for Impotence

Zinc: helps with making new cells and enzymes,  processing carbohydrate, fat and protein in food and healing wounds. Sources of Zinc include: Meat; Shellfish; Milk, Cheese, Bread and Cereal Products and Wheatgerm.

DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a hormone produced by your body's adrenal glands. These are glands just above your kidneys. DHEA supplements can be made from wild yam or soy. Scientists don't know everything DHEA does. But they do know that it functions as a precursor to male and female sex hormones, including testosterone and estrogen. Precursors are substances that are converted by the body into a hormone. DHEA production peaks in your mid-20s. In most people, Testosterone and estrogen production gradually declines with age.

Herbal Research: Carnitine


Arginine, Carnitine,  Zinc, Niacin, DHEA and Pycnogenol - Vitamins for Impotence: Take 200 milligrams of each once daily, for a maximum of two weeks. 

Always seek professional medical advice before taking herbal medications
     

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