Sperm XL Formula
L-Carnitine: Supplementing with L-Carnitine has been shown to help boost energy and improve sexual stamina which may be helpful for men with low libido. L-Carnitine is necessary to shuttle fatty acids across the cells’ mitochondrial membrane. The mitochondria is responsible for creating, sustaining and managing cellular energy. The mitochondria use fatty acids to burn as fuel for creating cellular energy. Since the body is made up of cells, L-Carnitine is very important to energy, stamina and cellular function.
Also considered a potent antioxidant, L-Carnitine has been reported to increase sperm health by providing the protection the body needs to counteract free radical damage. Sperm cells are highly susceptible to damage from free radicals. Antioxidants protect cellular health, including the health of a man’s sperm and the DNA contained within each sperm.
L-Arginine: L-Arginine is thought to improve the reproductive health of men because it increases blood circulation to the genitals and supports a healthy libido. L-Arginine increases blood flow to the genitals in both men and women, leading to an increased libido. In men, increased blood flow to the penis can result in more frequent and sustained erections. L-Arginine is often suggested for men suffering from erectile dysfunction. In women, increased blood flow to the genitals can lead to increased sexual arousal and orgasm. A healthy libido plays an important role in conception.
L-Arginine also supports normal sperm production. Research has found that taking an L-Arginine supplement daily can increase sperm production in men. In the study, the effects were noticeable 6-8 weeks from the start of supplementation. L-Arginine may also improve the motility of sperm, thus increasing the chance of conception in couples suffering from low sperm motility. Where IVF is used, L-Arginine can be used to improve the quality of sperm, increasing the the chance of achieving a fertilized egg.
Maca: Maca is renowned for increasing sperm count, motility and sperm quality because it contains elements essential for sperm production. Maca also improves sex drive. Regular (daily use) of flaxseeds helps to increase testosterone in the body, a natural male sex hormone. flax seeds also contain essential fatty acids, including omega-3 and omega-6, which are the major building blocks of all sex hormones. Garlic has a lot of therapeutic properties and one of them is to recover testicular functions and improve male sexual health. It is also believed to have aphrodisiac properties and improve blood circulation.
Pumpkin Seed Extract: Research proves that pumpkin seeds are an excellent libido booster. They contain essential vitamins like, K, D, C, E and B. They also are famous for sex drive minerals like phosphorous, niacin, potassium and calcium.
Cordyceps Sinensis: Cordyceps Sinensis is a medicinal mushroom that has a clear effect on increasing levels of male sex hormones, improving testes morphology, sperm quantity and quality. Safed musli increase sperm count and male fertility due to its powerful aphrodisiac properties. Since it is natural aphrodisiac hence effects of this does not cause any sort of side effects on overall health even after prolonged use.
Asparagus: Asparagus is an effective promoter for male fertility. It has a very high amount of Vitamin C which improves sperm health by decreasing free radicals. This results in enhancement of both quality and quantity of super sperm.
Bromelain: Bromelain is an enzyme that is a wonderful solver of erectile dysfunction associated issues.
Lycopene: Low intake of lycopene in the diet is associated with poor semen quality and male factor infertility. However, supplementing with lycopene has been shown to reverse some or all of that damage. Studies have shown that Astaxanthin promotes increased sperm motility and decreased free radical production in semen.
SpermXL contains vitamins C, B12 and E.
Vitamin C has been show to improve sperm quality and protect sperm from DNA damage which may help reduce the chance of miscarriage and chromosomal defects. Vitamin C protects sperm from oxidative damage due to free radicals.
Vitamin C deficiency can be linked to low sperm count, poor sperm mobility and morphology.
Vitamin B12 deficiency has been long known to have a negative impact on sperm count. B12 deficiency is thought to cause genetic damage in sperm cells, leading to infertility. B12 supplementation may improve sperm count.
Vitamin E is thought to help with both semen volume and sperm count.
Folic Acid and Zinc: Zinc and Folic Acid increase sperm count. Researchers in the Netherlands found a link between higher sperm count and supplementation with zinc sulphate and folic acid.