Grow Tall Ingredients
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All our clear vegetarian size "00" capsules are produced in the European Union by a leading capsule manufacture.

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DIRECTIONS:Take 2 Grow Tall capsules daily, one in the morning and the other in the evening leaving a 8/12 hours in-between doses, please eat before during or after taking your capsule, swallow using any non-alcoholic drink.

Withania Somnifera

Withania Somnifera

Asparagus Racemosus

Asparagus Racemosus

Pueraria Tuberosa

Pueraria Tuberosa

Terminalia Chebula

Terminalia Chebula

Terminalia Arjuna

Terminalia Arjuna

Plumbago Zeylanica

Plumbago Zeylanica

Piper Longum

Piper Longum

Elettaria Cardamomum

Elettaria Cardamomum

Ornithine

Ornithine is an amino acid, whose structure is: NH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CHNH2-COOH

Ornithine is one of the products of the action of the enzyme arginase on L-arginine, creating urea. Therefore, ornithine is a central part of the urea cycle, which allows for the disposal of excess nitrogen. Ornithine is not an amino acid coded for by DNA, and in that sense, is not involved in protein synthesis. However, in mammalian non-hepatic tissues, the main use of the urea cycle is in arginine biosynthesis, so as an intermediate in metabolic processes, ornithine is quite important. It is believed to not be a part of genetic code because polypeptides containing unprotected ornithines undergo spontaneous lactamization. This proved to be a problem when ornithine was artificially incorporated in 21st amino acid systems.

Ornithine

L-Arginine

(symbol Arg or R) is an ?- amino acid.

The L-form is one of the 20 most common natural amino acids. In mammals, arginine is classified as a semiessential or conditionally essential amino acid, depending on the developmental stage and health status of the individual. Infants are unable to effectively synthesize arginine, making it nutritionally essential for infants. Adults, however, are able to synthesize arginine in the urea cycle. Arginine was first isolated from a lupin seedling extract in 1886 by the Swiss chemist Ernst Schulze.

L-Arginine

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