L-Lysine

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    Lysine, or L-lysine, is one of eight amino acids essential for human health. Collections of amino acids are known as peptides, the latter which form the structures of proteins. Lysine cannot be manufactured by the body, and must be obtained through dietary sources or via supplementation. Our requirements for lysine include the formation of antibodies necessary in immune responses to bacteria and viruses. Hormone production also involves lysine. In addition, it is used in collagen production, so it is vital to tissue repair after surgery or injury. In children, lysine is also essential to bone formation and growth. The most popular application of lysine supplementation is prevention and treatment of the virus herpes. Lysine appears to suppress the replication of this virus in individuals who are susceptible to cold sores or genital herpes outbreaks.


    NPN 80003757


    Medicinal Ingredients: Each capsule contains

    L-Lysine HCl (synthetic) 500 mg


    Non-medicinal ingredients: Hypromellose, gellan gum, potassium acetate.


    Adults: Take up to 2 capsules, 3 times daily, for up to 6 months for maintenance of anti-herpes effect. Take up to 6 capsules daily in active stages.

    Caution: Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding . Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist. Keep out of reach of children.


    Free of all common allergens including: Alcohol, artificial colours, artificial flavours, berries, corn, dairy, egg, fish, shellfish, gluten, lactose, maltodextrin, MSG, natural occurring lead, parabens, peanut oil and derivatives, preservatives, rice, safflower oil and derivatives, salt, sesame oil and derivatives, sodium, soy products, any source of starch, any source of sugar, sulphites, sunflower oil, tartrazine (yellow #5), tree nut oil and derivatives, tree nuts, wheat products, yeast, BSE/TSE, pesticides, GMOs. Safe for those with sensitivities.




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