Sports Nutrition L-Citrulline Amino Acid in Health and Medical
As a supplement, L-Citrulline is usually described in the context
of the supplement that it compliments, L-Arginine. As a supplement
the role of L-Citrulline is relatively simple. L-Citrulline is
meant to be converted into L-Arginine by the body. The addition of
L-Citrulline allows for there to be a greater amount of unabsorbed
L-Arginine once this amino acid passes through the digestive
system. L-Citrulline and L-Arginine work together to create
synergy. If you are planning on using an L-Citrulline supplement in
your diet, you should also be taking an L-Arginine supplement in
order to obtain the desired results.
1. L-citrulline is a naturally occurring amino acid. It is found in
some foods like watermelons and is also produced naturally by the
2. L-citrulline is used for Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, fatigue,
muscle weakness, sickle cell disease, erectile dysfunction, high
blood pressure, and diabetes.
3. L-citrulline is used for heart disease, body building,
increasing energy, and for improving athletic performance.
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COA of L-Citrulline 99%
|Assay(%)||95.5 - 101.0|
|Specific Rotation(°)||+24.5 - +26.8|
|Loss on drying(%)||0.30 Max|
|Total plate count(cfu/g)||1000 Max|
|Yeast & Moulds(cfu/g)||100 Max|
Standard: The Goods Conform to the standards of AJI USP.
Storage:In 25kgs fiber drum double polyethylene bags inside; Preserve in
well-closed containers, at controlled room temperature.
Shelf life: 2 years.