L-Lysine Powder Usage, Dosage and Side Effects:
|How||L-Lysine Supplement can be taken by adding the recommended dose to drinks such as water or fruit juice, or by placing the recommended dose in capsules and swallowed. L-Lysine can also be applied directly to the skin.|
|When||L-Lysine Powder can be taken at any time of the day.|
|Dosage||The recommended dosage for maximum L-Lysine benefits is usually 500mg twice a day.|
|Side Effects||L-Lysine Powder is considered likely safe, however it can cause stomach pain and diarrhoea if taken in excessive doses.|
Our L-Lysine Powder is a white granular powder with a slightly bitter taste. This product’s certificate of analysis is available on request. Our UK stock L-Lysine powder is 100% pure and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Synonyms and brand names for L-Lysine Powder are; L-2,6-diaminohexanoic acid, Lisina, Lys, Lysine Hydrochloride, Lysine Monohydrochloride and super lysine.
Further information on L-Lysine Powder can be found on the product questions tab above.
The products sold by Blackburn Distributions are not intended to diagnose, treat, restore, correct or modify any functions in human beings. They are solely intended to help maintain & support a healthy lifestyle. The claims presented have not been evaluated by the FDA or the MHRA. We recommend that you seek advice from a fully qualified healthcare professional before consuming any of these products especially if you are taking other medications or pregnant. Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
Non-vegetarians, vegans, vegetarians
The L-Lysine powder is a 100% pharmaceutical grade product.
Those who follow a vegan or vegetarian diet may struggle to obtain l-lysine from plant sources so a supplement may be helpful, and L-Lysine may be good for those who follow those diets.
Some studies have shown that L-Lysine can help with developing fewer cold sores. Research shows that l-lysine can block arginine absorption, as the herpes virus (part of the cold sore family) needs arginine – another amino acid – to reproduce.
People under the age of 18 should not take L-lysine as it is unsuitable, so keep out of reach of children and kids.