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Arginmax Men Review

Arginmax for Men

Arginmax is a sexual health supplement that has been sold on the market since 1997, and it has been used in various clinical trials to test its effectiveness for improving sexual desire in both men and women. There are two different formulas - a men's Arginmax and a women's Argin max. These two formulas share some common ingredients such as L-arginine, Korean Ginseng, and Ginkgo biloba. The women's version also contains Damiana, which the men's Arginmax does not have. The men's Arginmax also contains American Ginseng and Korean Ginseng, while the women's version contains just the Korean Ginseng.

Arginmax for men was developed to help improve erectile function - it contains various ingredients that work together to facilitate increase in nitric oxide, which plays an important role in circulation, erection, and arousal. Ingredients such as L-arginine and Ginseng work to increase nitric oxide leading to improved erectile function.

Men's Arginmax Ingredients 

The proprietary blend of Arginmax for men contains 4 key ingredients including L-arginine, American ginseng, Korean ginseng, and gingko biloba adding up to 3250mg (3.25g). L-arginine and the two different types of ginseng works together to enhance the production of nitric oxide. It also includes 13 essential vitamins and minerals including vitamins A, C, E, B-6, B-12, zinc, and selenium.

Ginseng is one of the most highly regarded energy tonics of Chinese herbalism. Arginmax for Men contains two types of ginseng: Korean Ginseng and American ginseng. Ginseng is a herbal adaptogen, helping the body to adapt to a variety of stresses. It is commonly used for treating sexual dysfunction in Asian herbal medicine. Some studies have found that ginseng can enhance libido and sexual performance. Treatment with American ginseng also affects the central nervous system and has been shown to significantly facilitate copulatory behavior and hormone secretion. [1] Ginseng is also known to improve energy, stamina, endurance, and also stimulates the production of nitric oxide.

Nitric oxide is also naturally produced by the body, and plays an important role in circulation. It works to relax smooth muscles and also dilates blood vessels enhancing blood circulation. The increase in blood flow results in improved erections and increased blood flow to the sexual organs.

L-arginine is a non-essential amino acid found in a variety of foods. It plays a role in several important body functions, including cell division, wound healing, immune function, and the removal of ammonia from the body.

Like ginseng, L-arginine also helps to make nitric oxide, which dilates or relaxes arteries, making blood flow more freely and increases blood flow to the sexual organs, and it also works to lower blood pressure. Nitric oxide also helps prevent clot formation and plaque buildup on artery walls that can lead to a heart attack or stroke. Because of its role in nitric oxide production, L-arginine has been found to help men in achieving better erections by improving blood flow to the erectile tissue of the penis.

Ginkgo Biloba comes from the Ginkgo tree, and is one of the oldest living tree species. The Ginkgo tree has been around fro 150 to 200 million years. The Chinese have used Ginkgo for thousands of years for various ailments. Ginkgo Biloba was first introduced to Europe in the 1700's, and is now used all over the world. Ginkgo Biloba is one of the most researched herbs.

The Chinese have used Ginkgo Biloba to relief asthma, lung congestion, and have also used it to increase sexual energy, regulate blood flow, and promote general longevity. Ginkgo Biloba works by increasing blood flow to the brain, and through the entire body's network of blood vessels, which supplies oxygen and nutrients. Ginkgo is well recognized for its positive effect on brain functioning - enhancing memory, mental alertness, and reducing mental fatigue and lack of energy. Ginkgo has been shown to be a supportive herb for treating infertility in men for impotence.

Does Arginmax Work?

What makes Arginmax standout from other similar sexual health supplements is that it is backed up by quite a few clinical studies that have demonstrated its effectiveness at improving libido and sexual performance. As we have discuss some studies of Arginmax for women, there are also studies done on men's Argin Max.

In a study titled "The effects of ArginMax, a natural dietary supplement for enhancement of male sexual function", 25 male subjects with mild to moderate erectile dysfunction were treated over 4 weeks with Arginmax for Men. The study found that treatment resulted in 88.9% improved ability to maintain erection during intercourse, and 75% improvement in satisfaction with overall sex life. No significant side effects were reported from this study. [2]

Arginmax Side Effects

As mentioned in the Men's Arginmax study above, no significant side effects were reported. In the Arginmax for Women studies, no side effects were reported either; however, there are some potential side effects as some of the ingredients of Arginmax may have various side effects.

Ginkgo biloba can cause some gastrointestinal discomfort and headaches, and may increase bleeding and should not be used if you have clotting disorder. Other side effects of Gingko may also include headaches, nausea, and diarrhea.

Some arginine side effects include breathing problems, headaches, low blood pressure, diarrhea, nausea, and bloating.




1. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2002 May;962:372-7.
Ginseng, sex behavior, and nitric oxide.
Murphy LL, Lee TJ.

2. Hawaii Med J. 1998 Dec;57(12):741-4.
Ito T, Kawahara K, Das A, Strudwick W.
University of Hawaii School of Medicine, USA


Mar 2010