The Patented, Natural Ingredients in PaNOxOLas explained by the USTPO (US Patent Office)
L-arginine is a naturally occurring amino acid found in red meat, poultry, fish, and dairy products.
L-citrulline is a naturally occurring amino acid. It is found in some foods like watermelons and is also produced naturally by the body. Once in the body, L Citrulline is converted into L Arginine.
”Clinical evidence clearly indicates the positive therapeutic effects on peripheral vascular disease, leg edema, varicose veins, and chronic venous insufficiency. It is considered equal to or better than embolic stocking applied to lower extremities at reducing peripheral edema. Additional anti-inflammatory effects promote improved peripheral blood flow.” (USTPO)
“Clinical evidence has shown activity for increased cerebral vascular blood flow and anticoagulation. Gingko activity has shown to have a wide range of positive somatic responses.” (USTPO)
“With the active components of monacolin K associated with lovostatin has significant cholesterol lowering capabilities. Additional back cross studies show that micro-dosing carries similar cholesterol lowering properties without the significant adverse effects of myalgia and muscle weakness associated with long term statin use.” (USTPO)
“The Panoxol has several different components: Arginine & Citrulline are precursors to Nitric Oxide which cause smooth muscle relaxation and have potent vasodilatory affects. The common mediator in the Panoxol is Nitric Oxide. Panoxol also has the Red Yeast Rice which lowers cholesterol in the human body the same as would be for lovastatin which is a pharmaceutical product in this country and it inhibits cholesterol synthesis. Panoxol has Ginkgo Biloba which is a potent cerebral vascular vasodilator; but a major component in my mind for Panoxol is Horse Chestnut which has an effect on peripheral vascular disease, leg edema, and chronic venous insufficiency. Many person such as myself who spend long hours standing at work, we tend to use embolic stockings or pressure stockings when we're working to lessen, prevent, and treat lower extremity edema caused from just walking around. The effects of the horse chestnut can be compared to embolic stockings and if you put the two together it works even better! Many people find that they do not even bother with stockings if they use the Panoxol product. The reason that I say these things is not because I can but because it's true and I want to share this information with other people.”
Dr. Martin MD - Anesthesiologist - Inglewood, CA