The All-Natural Ingredients that Make Up OptiSperm
OptiSperm – 100% Natural, Safe and effective
OptiSperm is a fertility supplement for men whose purpose is to provide couples with a greater chance of becoming pregnant. OptiSperm is able to achieve results in as little as three months, using a scientifically-proven formula of all-natural ingredients. Please scroll down below to learn more about the ingredients that make up OptiSperm as well as studies that have demonstrated its efficacy in treating male infertility.
L-Arginine 200 mg (semi-essential Amino Acid), L-Carnitine 200 mg (Antioxidant), Citrulline 50 mg (Amino Acid), L-Tyrosine 50 mg (Amino Acid), Asparagus Root 62.5 mg, Avena Sativa 50 mg (Oats),L-Taurine 12.5 mg ( Amino Acid), Zinc Picolinate 5 mg (Mineral), Pyridoxine 1.5 mg (Vitamin B6), Bioperine 25 mcg (Black Pepper), Selenium 12.5 mcg.
2 Capsules twice a day (2X2) with meals. (total caps per day:4)
Length of Treatment:
-At least 3 Months (Sperm maturation time)
- Each Box contain 120 caps – one Month Treatment
- Food supplement
Arginine promotes normal spermatogenesis in male infertility. Oral administration of 500 mg arginine-HCl per day to infertile men for 6-8 weeks markedly increased sperm counts and motility in a majority of patients and resulted in successful pregnancies. (83) Similar effects on oligospermia and conception rates have been reported in other preliminary trials.
Arginine: clinical potential of a semi-essential amino acid
We can conclude that under the conditions of this study, the addition of L-arginine and polyamines to human sperm cells obtained from idiopathic or diabetic asthenozoospermic patients showed a beneficial effect on sperm motility.
Citroline is an a-amino acid related to Arginine. It provides benefits to muscles and the digestive system. In clinical studies, it has been shown to contribute to male enhancement and performance.
Semen analysis data showed a significant increase in concentration, motility, vitality and morphology parameters. Our results suggest that antioxidant treatment improves sperm quality not only in terms of key seminal parameters and basal DNA damage, but also helps to maintain DNA integrity.
A favourable effect of the compound on sperm motility and rapid linear progression has been shown in 37 out of 47 patients treated. In addition, the total number of sperms increased.
Combined L-carnitine and acetyl-L-carnitine has a supplementary effect in the treatment of idiopathic asthenospermia and improves the semen quality of the patient.
The administration of LC and LAC is effective in increasing sperm kinetic features in patients affected by idiopathic asthenozoospemia and improves the total oxyradical scavenging capacity of the seminal fluid in the same population.
Spermatozoa undergo a series of changes before and during egg binding to acquire the ability to fuse with the oocyte. These priming events are regulated by the activation of compartmentalized intracellular signalling pathways, which control the phosphorylation status of sperm proteins. Increased protein tyrosine phosphorylation is associated with capacitation, hyperactivated motility, zona pellucida binding, acrosome reaction and sperm-oocyte binding and fusion.
Non-enzymatic protection was described by Alvarez and Storey in well-known experiments in which they demonstrated in vitro the protective effect against rabbit spermatozoa lipid peroxidation of molecules such as taurine.
Zinc/Selenium/Avena Sativa (Oat)/Asparagus
Zinc is important in semen production. Infertile men have been shown to have lower seminal levels of zinc than fertile men. Zinc also helps ‘fuel’ the sperm’s journey towards the egg.
Selenium plays a major role in protecting sperm. A study found that giving infertile men selenium improved their fertility by increasing sperm motility.
In conclusion, our data showed that diet-induced hypercholesterolemia adversely affects semen quality and sperm motility, capacitation (the capacity to fertilize eggs) and acrosomal reaction in rabbits.
Six spears contain some 135 micrograms (μg) of folate, almost half the adult RDI (recommended daily intake) Folate is important to fertility for both men and women. Research has found that folate plays a role in producing healthy sperm in men. Clinically, the asparagus is also proven to enhance male fertility.