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What is Prelox?

Prelox is a clinical tested dietary supplement for men. A patented combination of two naturally occurring substances; L-Arginine and Pycnogenol.

L-Arginine is an amino acid found in some foods, whereas Pycnogenol is found from an extract of the French Maritime pine tree (Pinus pinaster). Pycnogenol supports circulation throughout the body, including the genital area.

Why Prelox?

  • Manufactured to pharmaceutical standards
  • Unique patented combination of Pycnogenol and L-Arginine
  • Improvements in blood flow can also benefit general health
  • Sent in discreet packaging
  • Gluten Free / Lactose Free / Soy Free / Yeast Free / Sugar Free

Men's health product Prelox can enhance sexual pleasure and performance by helping to maintain blood flow, enabling a more satisfactory love life.

The body uses L-Arginine to form a substance called nitric oxide which plays an important role in controlling blood vessel diameter, and hence blood circulatory flow.

Pycnogenol contains substances which activate enzymes within the body necessary for converting L-Arginine into nitric oxide. In addition, Pycnogenol contains powerful antioxidants, which may help to maintain healthy blood vessels by protecting against damaging free radicals continuously produced by the body.

The interaction of these two substances may help to maintain healthy blood vessels and sustain blood flow to the genital area, which is important in the body’s sexual response, ability to maintain erections and ultimate sexual satisfaction.

We recommend the following…

First 2 weeks: 2 Prelox tablets twice a day (total of 4 tablets a day)

Thereafter: 1 Prelox tablet twice a day (total of 2 tablets a day)

Or as directed by a physician.

Note: You must follow this recommended amount and persist with usage in order to see the best results.

Prelox supplements are also suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

No adverse effects or contra-indications reported for this product.

Those on medication should consult a doctor before taking any supplements.

You can also visit www.Prelox.com.

Our In-House team including our Senior Nutritionist has written articles on Prelox:



The trade name of the preparation is Prelox. It is sold in tablets packed in blister packs, in boxes of 60.

Declared content per tablet:

  • L-arginine aspartate 700mg
  • Taurine 50mg
  • Pycnogenol 20mg
  • Microcrystalline cellulose
  • Silicon Dioxide
  • Glyceryl dibehenate
  • Croscarmellose sodium
  • Magnesium stearate
  • Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose
  • Polydextrose
  • Titanium dioxide
  • Talc
  • Maltodextrin
  • Medium chain triglycerides
  • Brilliant Blue FCF aluminium lake
  • Indigo Carmine aluminium lake
  • Allura red AC aluminium lake

The raw materials comply with government regulations in the EC and Scandinavia. Testing ensures that the raw materials are in accordance with their certificates of analysis.

The tablets are produced under pharmaceutical control.

The preparation is a blue 20mm oblong tablet.

The tablets are packed in a press out transparent plastic blister pack with an aluminium membrane approved for use with food.

All blister packs are batch numbered and the boxes are date stamped in accordance with current regulations.

Minimum 4 years.

Product to be stored at room temperature.

The rights to this product belong to:

Pharma Nord ApS, Denmark.

More information is available on request.


If taken as recommended (first 2 weeks – 4 tablets a day and thereafter 2 tablets a day):

60 tablets – 16 day supply


L-arginine is an amino acid naturally found in most foods. Pycnogenol, French maritime pine bark extract, has been demonstrated to be non-toxic.

Relative to the food we eat, the size of individual nutrients are actually incredibly small. As a result, we need to use units other than grammes (g) to describe them. Here's what the common units for nutrients are:

Grammes (G)- often used to describe nutritional powders. Most teaspoons of powder weigh approximately 5g.

Milligrams (Mg)- 1000mg is equal to 1g

Micrograms (Mcg or μg)- 1000μg is equal to 1mg

International Units (IU)- Slightly more complex than milligrams (mg) and micrograms (μg), International Units measure differently from nutrient to nutrient. The most common nutrients that are likely to be measured in IU are vitamins D, E and A.

  • Vitamin D: 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.025 μg of D2 or D3
  • Vitamin A: 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.3 mcg retinol
  • Beta-carotene (provitamin A): 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.6 μg of beta carotene
  • Vitamin E: 1 IU is the equivalent of 0.67 mg d-alpha-tocopherol

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