Nitric oxide — why it’s very bad

Man wearing mask against smog and air pollution factory background.

So many supplements and treatments increase nitric oxide, but are quite harmful


Dr. Ari Magill MD is a board-certified physician who believes in helping men help themselves by living naturally healthy, happy, and sexy lives. He is a paid sponsor of our newsletter.

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Dr. Magill here, and these supplements for men — are they safe?

I don’t think they are.

Many work by increasing nitric oxide.

But maybe the people who put these supplements together don’t understand physiology.

When the body goes into shock, nitric oxide zooms sky high.

And shock can kill you.

Nitric oxide is the worst component of smog — it makes your eyes burn and it kills lung tissue.

Nitric oxide is a poisonous deadly gas.

Sure the body produces tiny amounts — but it keeps the nitric oxide as low as it possibly can get.

Now, however, so many male supplements contain ingredients that raise nitric oxide.

This can be deadly over time.

And it doesn’t result in “rockiness” either. I’ve had countless men tell me that “nothing I’m taking has worked.”

So what I do when I want to get better rockiness (and what man doesn’t)…

…I use a combination of vitamins and nutritional “hacks” that seem to work super well when taken in combination.

Sure you can put together the cocktail that I use — if you want to source and combine 13 different ingredients.

Here is what I do instead — to make sure to improve the quality of my “rockiness” and last longer.

Yours for better health and sex,

–Dr. Ari Magill, MD

Board Certified Physician