Pure Encapsulations Nitric Oxide Support powder
supports healthy nitric oxide production to promote healthy blood flow and vascular support.
- Promotes energy in muscles during exercise
- Supports healthy circulation
- Made with hypoallergenic, vegan ingredients
Nitric Oxide Support offers a unique blend of l-Arginine, citrulline, and Vitamin C to support blood flow and vascular health, including nitric oxide production, blood flow, and endothelial function.
Recommended Use: Take 1 scoop per day, mixed with water, 20 minutes before exercise, or as directed by a healthcare professional. Cardiovascular Disease Update 2018
Pure Encapsulations Nitric Oxide Support
1 scoop contains,
- l-arginine 2,050 mg (from arginine alpha ketoglutarate (2:1)
- citrulline 715 mg (from citrulline malate)
- vitamin C 200 mg (as ascorbic acid)
Other Ingredients: xylitol, stevia leaf extract, luo han guo (momordica grosvenori) extract (fruit), natural lemon and lime flavors.
from Los Angeles, CA asked:
January 7, 2019
Hello, I was just told that my cholesterol is very high and I need to get it down. Can / should I take this with CholestGenix? I was also told that Citrus Bergamot (from Jarrow Formulas) really works. Don't want things to work against each other, or hurt my liver or anything else, so can you please advise? Thank you!
The CholestGenix is an excellent choice for high cholesterol. I would also recommend Nitric Oxide Support by Pure. One scoop a day in water can really help bring down high LDL. Which looks like you might already be taking. I am not familiar with the Jarrow product.
on January 8, 2019
from LITTLETON, CO asked:
July 1, 2018
I have high cholesterol, a family of heart disease, and high numbers for the LDL's. My doctor wants me to start statins but I asked if I could try the red yeast rice and see if it helps. I have been on the CholestGenix for a month and need to reorder but now wondering if the Nitric Oxide Support would help lower the numbers even more along with the CholestGenix. I also have hashimoto's disease/hypothyroidism and am on Levothyroxine. Should I wait a certain amount of time before I take either one of these supplements after taking my thyroid meds? Thanks!
The red yeast rice in Cholestgenix is very effective for some people to help keep their lipid numbers in a good range. You will need to experiment to see what it does for you. Some people need to add in fish oil and/or intermittent fasting to keep your lipids happy. As always, you will need to test, treat and retest. That is the general rule.
We are big fans of Pure Encaps Nitric Oxide Support for a whole host of reasons. This will help keep your arteries flexible and help keep your heart rhythm normal too. It also helps maintain erectile tissue and helps remove plaques and deposits in the arteries.
Usually NO support doesn't really fix the lipid problem but will probably help your heart in ways that no statin could.
If, for some reason, you decide to use a statin, make absolutely sure that you take you CoQ-10 (maybe 200mg per day) to avoid most of the nasty negative effects that we see too often.
I don't know that timing is important wrt to thyroid meds and the supplements. I wouldn't worry about that.
on July 9, 2018
from Pierce City, MO asked:
June 9, 2016
I have a complicated health history. I know NO is touted as being very beneficial, but I used a Photon Genius (where I initially heard the raving on NO) for LD and the treatment at first fully paralyzed on the right-side of my body (I have/had damage to the connective tissue on my right-side from a childhood TBI accident). Therefore, I question the use of a NO supplement. Do you think NO Support could be of benefit since the worsening I got from the Photon Genius which claims 2 produce NO. I am still in a wheelchair and can't walk since The PG incident. I attached a picture if you are unfamiliar w/ a PG.
Sorry to hear about the problems with the PG. We don’t have any experience using this device so can’t comment specifically but it seems unlikely that the production of NO would be the mechanism of injury. NO is necessary for the function of every cell in the body. It is easy to start adding NO support slowly and work up as you monitor your body’s reaction. We have had excellent results with Pure Encapsulations Nitric Oxide Support. For you and anyone not in the best of shape physiologically to begin with a quarter scoop once or twice a day and work up to two or three scoops per day over a period of several weeks. If you notice any kind of negative reaction, you can always back off for a few days and then try again. I would guess that if you start slowly, you won’t have any problems and will be able to increase your dose to a more normal level within a few weeks without incident.
on June 14, 2016