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Munogen is an exclusive, all-in-one combination of various ingredients with synergistic effects.


Munogen contains bioactive ingredients, secondary plant substances, amino acids and vitamins, which contribute to the production of red blood cells*, blood production** and helps to reduce fatigue and tiredness*/**.


Synergistic combination of natural and high-quality extracts of green apple, grape and red spinach.

Synergistic effect of high-quality L-Arginine and L-Citrulline




• Vitamin B6*, vitamin B12*/** and folic acid ** help to reduce tiredness and fatigue

* Vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 contribute to the normal production of red blood cells and help to reduce tiredness and fatigue.
** Folic acid (vitamin B9) and vitamin B12 contribute to the normal blood production and help to reduce tiredness and fatigue.


Nobel Prize winning discovery led to the formulation of Munogen. It has been tested in the world's largest landmark study and verified and used in top clinics.



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Independent research into the effects of Grape and Apple Extract (35%), L-Arginine,

Inca wheat extract, L-Citrulline show the following benefits. (Click on links to see the studies!)

Optimal MIND

Your mind will be supercharged with better attention, memory [27], energy to the brain [6,32] and have a calm mood. [26-30,32,41,42].


Fast improvement of blood flow all around the body [L3].  A noticeable effect of this is the enhancement of sexual health for men and women. [L4]


More hydrated, firmer, smoother skin[L10], reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and protection from ageing. [L10].


Muscle growth is enhanced [L11], growth hormone is increased [L11], metabolism is boosted [L11], and muscle mass increased [L11]. Endurance performance is also improved. [64][86]

Introducing MuNOgen - "A Breakthrough in N-O Delivery"


MuNOgen Targeted Nitric Oxide Complexer is a proprietary formula specifically designed to enhance Nitric Oxide (N-O) production and efficient N-O synthesis to promote and support cardiovascular health, brain function, heart health, blood flow, circulation, vasodilation, and antioxidant levels.


The formula represents over 10,000 hours of research to carefully validate it as the most potent and bioavailable plant-based Nitric Oxide formula on the market today.


A breakthrough in N-O delivery by using 4 PATHWAYS compared to the other L-Arginine supplements that only use 1 PATHWAY.

Munogen contains bioactive substances, secondary plant compounds, amino acids and all vitamins that contribute to normal red blood cell formation, to normal blood formation and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.


  • Exclusive Nutrient Transport Concept (NTC) supports optimum nutrient intake.
  • The patented formula ensures at least 90% of the nutrition contained in Munogen is available and useable to the cells (compared to less than 10% in some supplements.)
  • Synergistic combination of natural, high-quality green apple, grape and red spinach extracts
  • Synergistic effects of high-grade L-Arginine and L-Citrulline
  • Vitamin B6*, vitamin B12 */** and folic acid ** contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
  • Cleared on the Cologne List, which certifies as doping free for athletes.
  • Utilizing over 95% polyphenols, Munogen is an enzymatic approach to “Cardiovascular Health” that is truly a “next generation” Nitric Oxide supplement.
  • 50X more powerful cardiovascular benefits than beet juice.

Each tub contains a 30-day supply.


“The discovery of N-O and its function is one of the most important in the history of cardiovascular medicine”
Dr. Valentine Fuster, 1998 President of the American Heart Association


MuNOgen is a premium nutritional supplement that has been developed according to the latest, and verified, findings from research and science. Our products stand for the highest safety as far as optimal choice, processing and the bioavailability of the nutrient content are concerned. It is manufactured according to the strict guidelines of Good Manufacturing Practice valid for the pharmaceutical industry.


It is all natural, gluten-free, non-GMO and vegan. It contains no binders, fillers, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives and no doping substances.

As far as quality is concerned, we know no compromise. We go far beyond respecting established and required standards.


*** Please note, due to our supplier terms, we cannot offer MuNOgen in any offers ***


Ingredients: Grape and Apple Extract (35%), L-Arginine, Inca wheat extract, L-Citrulline, Anti-Caking Agent (Magnesium Salts), Glucose Syrup, Flavour, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid.


Contains: 60 Capsules

Serving Size:
2 Capsules

Servings per Container: 30

How Do I Take It?

Munogen comes in capsules which are swallowed with water. You take the capsules on an empty stomach to allow maximum absorbtion. Each capsule delivers pharmaceutical grade L-Arginine and L-Citrulline to the body to enable the abundant production of Nitric Oxide.

How Much Do I Take and When?

The L-Arginine in Munogen is active in your body for up to 30 hours, so you can take at any time of the day. Take 2 capsules together per day on an empty stomach, 60 mins before eating food. Certain amino acids may compete with L-Arginine for absorbtion, so it is best to seperate it from other dietary amino acids.

Will I Feel Anything?

This varies from person to person, but most people report feeling a surge of energy, mental clarity and a boost in sexual organs the next morning. It depends on age and the state of your cardiovascular system, but you should expect to start feeling the effects within 3 weeks.

Are There Any Drug Interactions or Side Effects?

There are no known drug interactions with Munogen, but it is recommended that you speak to a qualified health practitioner before making any changes to your lifestyle.

How Do I Know Munogen Is High Quality?

MuNOgen is made in Germany and is a premium nutritional supplement that has been developed according to the latest, and verified, findings from research and science. Our products stand for the highest safety as far as optimal choice, processing and the bioavailability of the nutrient content are concerned. It is manufactured according to the strict guidelines of Good Manufacturing Practice valid for the pharmaceutical industry. As far as quality is concerned, we know no compromise. We go far beyond respecting established and required standards.

What Exactly Does Munogen Do?

Targeted Nitric Oxide Complexer is a propietary formula specifically designed to enhance Nitric Oxide (N-O) production and efficient N-O synthesis to promote and support cardiovascular health, brain function, heart health, blood flow, circulation, vasodilation, and antioxidant levels.

Is Munogen Gluten Free, non-GMO, Vegan? Can I use it with competitive sports?

It is all natural, gluten-free, non-GMO and vegan. It contains no binders, fillers, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives and no doping substances. Cleared on the Cologne List which certifies as doping free for athletes.

How Does Munogen Produce Anti-Aging Benefits?

L-Arginine has been proven to encourage the pituitary gland to release human growth hormone (HGH). As the body ages, HGH levels decrease but L-Arginine counters this by providing anti aging benefits by boosting natural HGH production.

Is Munogen Safe?

The ingredients in Munogen have a long history of safe use. As with any dietary supplement, when being treated for a medical condition, you should always consult with your GP/health professional before making any changes to your lifestyle.

Will Munogen Help My Athletic Performance?

Take Munogen 30 minutes before physical exertion to get amazing benefits. It improves blood flow to muscles, more oxygen and nutrients, removes more waste products (such as lactic acid). This all boosts aerobic capacity and removes more lactic acid thereby reducing the onset of fatigue.

What is the Nutrient Transport Concept?

Our exclusive Nutrient Transport Concept (NTC*) supports optimum nutrient intake. It is an exclusive formulation that creates a much higher deliverable level of nutrients than any other brand. Patented formula ensures at least 90% of the nutrition contained in Munogen is available and useable to the cells (compared to less than 10% in some supplements.)

Should I inform my health care provider before taking MuNOgen?

As with any nutritional supplement, check with your health care provider when adding to your regimen. Please be aware many practitioners are now just becoming aware of the benefits of Nitric Oxide. However, there are many medical studies and other resources supporting Nitric Oxide supplementation.

What if I am taking cholesterol medication, like Crestor®?

As with any nutritional supplement check with your Doctor when adding to your regimen. MuNOgen is botanicals and other ingredients that help your body naturally produce Nitric Oxide. Only your health care provider can review the effects of the medication with Nitric Oxide and determine what’s safest for you.

Clear. Heal. Go.

  1. Your cardiovascular system will either maximise or sabotage everything you are doing to improve your health.
    No matter what improvements we make to our health, it will not matter if our circulatory system is congested.
    A poorly functioning cardio system will contribute to heart failure, stroke & cardiovascular disease and sexual impairment.
    On the flip side, a clear cardio system will boost energy, mood, sexual performance, immune system and much more.
    So, how do we heal our cardiovascular system?
    We have searched the world for a way to heal and optimise the cardio system. What we have found is backed by…
    Our research led us to Munogen. This is a Nobel Prize winning, patented formula of the exact nutrients required to help to safely remove arterial plaque, heal the arteries AND boost blood flow, oxygen, hormone, nutrient and immune function around the body.

Scientific Proof

Nobel Prize Winning Formula

The Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded for the discovery that Nitric Oxide is created by the body to regulate the health of our entire cardiovascular system.


The prize was won for the discovery of the two amino acids present in Munogen that produce all the benefits.


Tested in Real World Clinics

Nitric Oxide therapy has been used in the USA's top cardio clinics (run by Dr. Prendergast) for over 25 years.


Previously, over 30% of patients were referred to a cardiologist for bypass procedures. Since NO therapy started in 1991, this figure dropped to less than 1% and no patients have suffered heart attacks or strokes in the clinics!


Tested in Landmark Study

The effects of nitric oxide therapy were tested in the most comprehensive human clinical study ever conducted on patients with serious cardiovascular conditions. After over 7000 points of data were collected, the patients showed significant improvements in cholesterol, blood pressure, hypertension and erectile dysfunction.


Learn More About The Ingredients



Grape Extract

Wheat Extract

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B12



Serving Size: 2 Vegetarian Capsules

Servings Per Container: 30 (30 Day Supply)


Take 2 capsules per day with plenty of water.

Amount per Serving



Inca Wheat Extract



Vitamin B6 0.49mg


Vitamin B12 0.876 ug


Folic Acid 70ug


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