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Grape Seed Extract

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Key Features

  • An Anti-Aging Wonder
  • Nature’s Biological Response Modifiers
  • May Help To Prevent Senility
  • Taste

  • Mixability

Grape seed extract is beneficial for humans in that it contains antioxidants, procyanidins, and polyphenols which all serve to protect healthy cells from being damaged by rogue molecules called free radicals.

This particular extract is taken from the seeds of the Vitis Vinifera, L. This is a type of grape plant that is usually used to make wine. Polyphenols are particularly strong antioxidants and can be found in high concentrations within the seed of this plant, which is where this extract is derived from. It also has flavonoids, which have antioxidant properties as well, and phytochemicals which are known to have effectiveness to rival the standard Vitamins C, and E.

Directions

Serving Size & Timing

Grape seed extract should be taken in servings of 250mg two times per day depending on intended effect. This is equal to about 3/32tsp. No more than 500mg per day should be taken unless specifically told to do so by a medical professional.

Nutritional Information

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 200 milligrams
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value**
Grape Seed Extract 200 mg *
Standardized to contain >90% Proanthocyanidins 180mg *
* Daily Value not established.
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet

None

sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, corn, gluten and additives

As a dietary supplement, take 50 mg (rounded 1/64 tsp) to 200 mg (rounded 1/16 tsp) daily,or every other day, or as directed by physician.

US Standard Measuring Spoons
Spoon Size(level) milligrams
1/64 teaspoon 43
1/32 teaspoon 86
1/16 teaspoon 173

INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION

Grape Seed Extract Concentration

There are no fillers of any kind present in this supplement and it is considered food grade meaning it is safe for consumption.

Grape Seed Extract Side Effects

While some have reported minor issues such as headache, itchiness of scalp, dizziness, and even nausea, these reports are rare, and all occur in subjects who have taken above the recommended dosage. Also, if allergic to grapes, this supplement should be avoided.

Grape Seed Extract Solubility

Grape seed extract will blend surprisingly well when mixed with water or juice. It can even be taken with or on food. Taking servings larger than 100mg the taste of the supplement will probably be a bit too bitter for anyone to tolerate. Those, those with sensitive stomachs or taste buds may want to consider having gel caps filled with this extract in order for accurate consumption. Because the most important ingredient in this extract, proanthocyanidin can survive in the body for up to 3 days, grape seed extract should be taken every other day to maintain balanced levels of this chemical in the body. This product should be stored in an area that is free from light, heat, and moisture.

Customer Reviews

This is a very nice quality Grape Seed Extract. I found BulkSupplements shortly after my former supplier decided to stop making up and selling their own powdered form of the supplement. I guess they decided it was easier to just stock the same old brands (pill form) that all the other companies carried.

I take this Grape Seed Extract along with Pine Bark Extract mixed together in either orange juice or grape juice. Both supplements have a woody taste (because they come directly from woody substances), but the taste is fine once they are mixed in juice. Each supplement contains its own particular variety of "oligomeric proanthocyanidin complex" (OPC), one of the great natural discoveries of the 20th Century, in my opinion.

I first started taking OPCs many years ago in the form of Pycnogenol, which was fairly expensive because it had a patent on it. It’s so nice now to be getting OPCs at such reasonable prices.

On 4/14/2014 ARTHUR said...

Honestly, it has a strange vanilla pipe tobacco aroma to it that reminds me of what my dad used to smoke. Taste is okay when mixed with my amino acids in the morning. So far, seems to be working just fine. I like it.

On 4/13/2014 zac said...

I take this because I need vitamin C and I cannot take asorbic acid.
It make my morning drink taste like grapefruit juice.

On 4/7/2014 Patricia said...

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