Composition and components

Composition (per 1 capsule)
Active ingredients:
L-carnitine 250 mg,
L-arginine hydrochloride 100 mg,
L-glutathione 50 mg,
Coenzyme Q10 30 mg,
Zinc gluconate 135 mg,
Copper sulfate 2 mg,
Selenium (yeast) 20 mg,
Folic acid 400 mcg,
Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) 60 mg,
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 5 mcg,
Vitamin E
(DL-alpha tocopheryl acetate) 60 mg,
Vitamin B6
(pyridoxine hydrochloride) 2 mg,
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 1,5 mcg.

Excipients: magnesium stearate, silica, microcrystalline cellulose, titanium dioxide, gelatin

L-carnitine is more effective than testosterone in providing erection and does not give hormonal side effects, typical for testosterone. L-carnitine affects morphology, concentration, count and motility of spermatozoa.
L-carnitine in high concentrations is found in the epididymis and plays crucial role in the maturation of spermatozoa, protects spermatozoa from the damaging effect of reactive oxygen species. The concentration of L-carnitine is significantly lower in the seminal plasma in men who suffer from infertility compared with healthy men.
Administration of L-carnitine leads to reducing the reactive oxygen species in the seminal fluid, increasing spermatozoa motility, normalization of their mitochondrial functions, improving vitality. L-carnitine protects spermatozoa from apoptosis (cell death). The function of L-carnitine is escorting fats to concrete cells, where they can be used as a source of fuel. These fats are the main source of energy to improve sperm motility.

L-arginine hydrochloride
An essential amino acid, which is needed by the body in large amounts. This amino acid can improve the motility, and also increase the amount of spermatozoa.
L-arginine has a positive effect on the erection in patients with ED (erectile dysfunction). L-arginine hydrochloride is an important regulator of cardiovascular, immunological, neuromediators and hepatic functions. It is known that up to 80% L-arginine hydrochloride is contained in proteins of the seminal fluid, and its deficiency may be cause pathozoospermia. L-arginine hydrochloride is actively involved in the genitals activities and herewith stimulates the synthesis of testosterone in men.

An organic chemical compound tripeptide consisting of the amino acid residues – glutamic acid, cysteine and glycine. It has antioxidant properties and protects cells from oxidation. As coenzyme of some oxidation-reduction enzymes in the reduced form, it protects cells from damage by toxins, helps to neutralize the harmful effects of cigarette smoking, radiation.

Vitamin C
It plays protective role in spermatozoa and in surrounding seminal fluid. The high concentration of vitamin C in the seminal fluid, which is mixed with spermatozoa, stimulates spermatozoa motility. Smokers consume vitamin C with greater speed than non smokers, what is one of the many reasons of their low fertility. Supplementation of vitamin C improves sperm quality in smokers.

Vitamin E
It effects on male fertility, protecting the outer sheath of the sperm (cell membrane) from destruction. This is important, since even if the genetic material (DNA) in the spermatozoa is healthy, fertilization can not occur if the membrane of spermatozoa is destroyed.

Coenzyme Q10
It is an important element of the mitochondrial structures of cells, takes part in the synthesis of ATP, contributes to the increasing energy potential, protects living cell from the destructive action of oxidants. Coenzyme Q10 may be useful for men suffering from varicocele (widening of the blood vessels around the testicles, what may increase the temperature in the ducts area, where produced sperm and negatively influence on production of healthy spermatozoa). It is proved that, administration of coenzyme Q10 in men with idiopathic asthenozoospermia leads to an increase in the number of motile spermatozoa, in its turn, increases the likelihood of ovum fertilization.

Mineral substance, presented in high concentrations in prostate and testicles is necessary for normal function the male reproductive system. Seminal fluid and spermatozoa also have high zinc content. Zinc is important in the creation of a functional sperm, protection of genetic material in the head of spermatozoa and the possibility of spermatozoa to live as long as possible after ejaculation.
The critical zinc deficiency may cause impotence. The average level of zinc deficiency leads to decreases in sperm count, causes regression of the sex glands in men. Zinc deficiency is associated with decreased levels of testosterone in the blood, and spermatozoa concentrations. Administration of zinc sulfate for 45-50 days leads to an increase levels of testosterone in the blood, and spermatozoa concentration in the seminal fluid. Zinc is used to enhance potency. As an inhibitor of 5-α-reductase, it regulates the level of metabolite of testosterone – dihydrotestosterone, the excess of which cause prostate hyperplasia. Therefore at a dose of 20-40 mg per day, simultaneous with vitamin E at a dose of 40-80 mg per day, zinc is effective in therapy patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia.

It refers to the microelements contained in the body that plays role in metabolism processes. Copper is content of normal sperm and structural component of the middle part of tails of spermatozoa, present in the seminal fluid.

Vitamin B6
It is involved in the regulation of male sex hormones, increases testosterone production, and supports the sperm formation process at the appropriate level, positive effect on spermatozoa maturation.

Folic acid
For the production of “normal” spermatozoa is a necessary condition, as it regulates their maturation process, leads to an increasing in concentration and improving spermatozoa morphology.

It is a powerful antioxidant. As a component of the middle part of spermatozoa, selenium is important for mobility and prevents damage to the tail of the spermatozoa. It in combination with vitamin E protect cells from damage, stabilizes the integrity of the flagella of spermatozoa. Therefore, at selenium deficiency observed poor spermatozoa motility. Selenium provides enzyme activities that protect spermatozoa from the damaging effect of oxidative stress.

Vitamin B12
It is necessary for cell replication, RNA and DNA synthesis. Its deficiency causes a decrease in spermatozoa concentration and their motility.

Vitamin D3
Vitamin D3, synthesized in the body upon exposure to sunlight, is necessary for the human reproductive system.
Vitamin D3 deficiency negatively affects sperm quality – significantly reduced the number of motile spermatozoa. Stimulation of sperm with activated vitamin D3 can increase the speed of their movement. Vitamin D3 also increases the level of the male hormone, testosterone and improves libido