How does ProArgi-9 work?

ProArgi-9 PlusMany users of Proargi9 do not even know what you are about to read. Although Proargi9 can result in many great benefits, first, you must figure out which protocol is best for the results you are trying to attain. You do not get the same benefits and results from Proargi9 by taking this product by any amount or at any time of day. As many people who use Proargi9 do not even know, it has two very different protocols. First, there is the daily protocol for taking Proargi9 in the daytime hours, second, there is the night time protocol which is taken before bedtime and results in different benefits.

These two different protocols to consider before taking Proargi9 are very different in their application and the benefits derived. This means that L-arginine is considered as dose dependent and timing dependent. In other words, the amount of Pro Arginine ingested is relative to the benefits received. L-arginine is very specific to its timing dependent characteristic. This means that the time of day that you take Larginine greatly affects the benefits received. Here is a brief summary of each protocol so you can be on your way to taking Proargi9 in the best dosage and at the time of day that is best for you. Most of the benefits will result from either protocol, but the main benefits of anti-aging and cardio-vascular benefits require dose and timing dependence.

Protocol 1

The first protocol called the Nitric Oxide protocol is comprised of ingesting 5 grams, which is 5,000 milligrams of elemental arginine, 1-3 times during the day. If you are looking for cardio-vascular benefits, energy level support and  nitric oxide production benefits, then you want to take Proargi9 during the day with this first protocol.

Protocol 2

The second protocol called the Anti-Aging Protocol is comprised of ingesting 10 grams of elemental L-arginine only at bedtime on a totally empty stomach, which aids in accessing the delta sleep cycle. If you take L-arginine before bedtime you will have all the benefits of nitric oxide and anti-aging. If you take Proargi9 during the day you will not get any anti-aging benefits. If you are looking for testosterone, anti-aging GH and IGF factor benefits, you will definitely want to take this 30 to 40 minutes prior to bedtime. Also, make sure you take this on a totally empty stomach. This will help the L-arginine contain a rider with the powder, which will give you the desired results of the Anti-Aging Protocol. This is why capsules of L-arginine or just plain L-arginine are useless. They are not as beneficial as the powder ProArgi9 formula which contains the rider.

The time of usage and amount of dose really does depend on what kind of benefits you are hoping to obtain. Depending on what time of day you decide to use this product, it can greatly affect the benefits and results. The benefits associated with each protocol are different whether you take Proargi9 in the daytime or at night. Daily doses of L-arginine during the day or night will provide nitric oxide benefits and cardio-vascular benefits, but to get that great anti-aging benefit from taking L-arginine, you must remember that this requires the nighttime protocol.

With both of these protocols you are taking the same great Proargi-9 supplement, but each at a different time and with a different dose. So remember, the anti-aging can occur only when L-arginine is present 30 to 40 minutes into the sleep cycle, or in other words, during your delta sleep. Scientifically they have proven that this is when the arginine molecule will be successful in traveling across the blood brain barrier, so it can do it’s amazing work of anti-aging in humans. One great product taken two different ways can result in all kinds of outstanding benefits.

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Shu'aib Lewis November 10, 2011 at 11:50 pm

Dear Admin,

Was wondering if you could answer my previous question if possible.
Would really appreciate some input. Thank you.



admin November 11, 2011 at 10:53 am


Thanks for your comments. The protocols and dosage recommendations have been derived from our experience through the High Dessert Heart Institute study, the manufacturers recommendations and conferences with Dr. Prendergast on how he uses the product in his practice. I have also studied other research being done by leading scientists in the field of l-arginine supplementation and publications around the topic.

As for your personal concerns around absorption, I cannot comment as I do not have any experience in that detail. This would be an excellent question for Dr. Prendergast in the conference calls he is part of.

Tolerance is an individual thing and you will have to experiment a bit. High doses of L-arginine can cause some initial general bowel discomfort and some related symptoms but usually subside after a short time. As for large doses, l-arginine has been taken quite safely in doses many times larger then our manufacturer recommends (10-20x in cases). The High Desert study used 20g daily. I have personally read of studies were doses over 100g a day were tested safely. Of course, always work with your doctor on dosage, especially beyond the recommended levels for daily consumption (10g daily.)

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Shu'aib Lewis October 11, 2011 at 1:43 am

Coupla more question for you. Was wondering where you found out about these protocols and how u know that proargi9 works in such a manner. Also how would I know what general tolerance level I have to the amount of l-arginine i’m taking. I’ve been doin some resaerch into arinine in general because i am in the process of becoming a proarin9 distributor. I found some research sayin that the pathways for absorbing or using arginine in raw form become dysfunctional round age 40 especially if certain factor are in effect such as high blood pressure, diabetes and a few others. Also can proargi9 still be absorbed by this patient population and will it repair this pathway, maybe at larger dosages. Thanx


Shu'aib Lewis September 19, 2011 at 3:44 am

I was wondering if i was to do protocol one and two together if i will still get the testosterone, GH, IGF factor and anti aging benefits too. If i was drinking a protein supplement that was time release and was suppose to last 6 hours in the system, if i took it 1-2 hours before i was to take the proargi9 before bed(30 mins before) would the protein affect the desired proargi9 effects


admin September 22, 2011 at 1:48 pm


Thanks for your excellent question. The protocols can be combined without issue except the general tolerance level you have to the amount of l-arginine you will be taking. As for combining other protein supplements, the can be interaction that can affect the absorption and availability of some compounds. It is really chemically specific when dealing with proteins (incomplete or complete) as they are esssentialls amino acid chains combined. I could not say specifically but would advise you to do some research on amino acids combinations that are chemically incompatible and either cancel each other out or compete when present for digestion together.

In general, time release means that the compounds are protected in some form from breaking down easily or too quickly for presentation for absorption later in the intestines. I do not personally see an issue if they are taken 2 or more hours apart as the stomach should have moved its contents into the intestines by then. I must say that I do not have a lot of experience in this specific field though either.


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