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Nitric Oxide
Definition

What does Nitric Oxide do for the body

Nitric Oxide is a molecular compound produced in the body. It helps to relax the blood vessels and regulates the circulation. Nitric Acid maintains the healthy blood pressure level and prevents Strokes. It acts as a Vasodilator and relaxes the Arteries.

Benefits of Nitric Oxide

Nitric Oxide helps to send more oxygen to the Heart and removes the accumulated plaque in the Arteries. Nitric Oxide helps to increase the blood flow in the Penis and treats Erectile Dysfunction. Nitric Oxide has strong Antiinflammatory property that helps to reduce the inflammation in the body. It helps to increase communication between the Brain cells and enhances the Memory power.

Functions of Nitric Oxide

Nitric Oxide relaxes the Muscle Cells and enhances the production Gastric Acid. The Antioxidant property of Nitric Oxide helps to reduce the protects the body cells from the damage of free radicals. Nitric Oxide plays an important role in the growth of the Bones. It improves the Bone density and reduces the risk of Arthritis.

Effects of Nitric Oxide deficiency in the body

Fatigue
Low Stamina
Weak Bones
Depression

Effects of excess Nitric Oxide in the body

Diarrhea
Nausea
Anorexia
Dehydration
Discomfort
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Nitric Oxide

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