Stimulin contains the patented nutrient and
potent amino acid citrulline. It is a new approach to improve libido and sexual
vitality. Citrulline is derived from watermelons. Once in the blood, it helps
increase the production of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a natural stimulator
that enlarges blood vessels. The larger the vessels, the more blood flows and
that means stronger libido and more powerful, long-lasting erections. Stimulin,
with its patented nutrient citrulline, is an important part of an overall
program to help naturally increase libido, improve sexual stamina, ease erectile
dysfunction, promote better circulation, improve overall vascular health and
slow the aging clock.
- Contains the patented nutrient citrulline
- Is a safe alternative to prescription libido-enhancing medications
- Naturally supports healthy libido
- Works with the body to increase sexual stamina and sexual performance
- Gives men the confidence they need
Stimulin, a proprietary dietary supplement, is based on the amino acid L-citrulline. Dr. Wong himself has long
used the formula as a substitute for L-arginine.
"1 started taking two tablets
twice a day," says Dr. Wong. "The dosage was much lower than what I had been using with L-arginine, and there was no fishy smell.
Even still, two days later, the effects were obvious. There was increased penile
tumescence." He jokingly notes he had to "put on warm-ups instead of
L-citrulline maybe more potent than l-arginine because the body's production of nitric oxide can be impaired,
due to interference by other chemicals—but Stimulin with citrulline overcomes
impaired nitric oxide synthesis even better than L-arginine.
At Johns Hopkins Asthma and Allergy Center, Baltimore, Maryland, relaxation of living tissue was inhibited
markedly by the compound L-nitro-n-arginine. This same compound inhibits the
body's production of nitric oxide. Such inhibition was reversed by either L-argiriine
or L-citrulline. Howevei according to Drs. J.L. Ellis and N. Conanan, L-citrulline
was more potent and effective. L-citrulline was also better than arginine at
reversing inhibition produced by another nitric oxide synthase inhibitor, L-nitro monomethyl arginine.
The body requires L-citrulline to maintain optimal levels of arginine. In a study conducted by researchers
associated with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Tufts University, Boston,
rats were fed arginine-deficient diets containing ornithine or citrulline. The
addition of citrulline (but not ornithine) to the diet restored blood arginine