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Grape Seed Extracts


Grape Seed-extract

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50mg/cap  60 caps /bottle      

1. Imported (French) Grape seed extract, minimum order: 1000 bottles 

Price: $9.75/bottle             

2. Imported (Chinese) Grape seed extract, minimum order: 1000 bottles 

Price: $5.75/bottle   

Bulk supply  and wholesale available, please call or go to contact us page for quotes.

Bulk (15%) Chinese Grape seed extract (75% maltodextrin), minimum order 200 kg

Price: $15/kg


Grape seed extract in citric bio-isoflavonoin base.      Each capsule contains 50 mg standardized grape seed extract  in a base of citric bio-flavonoin.  This grape seed extract have more than 95% of proanthocyanidins (OPC), that is one of the most powerful and important anti-oxidants currently available.

Direction for use: Take 1-2 capsules per day, preferable with meals.

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  • Supplement Factors

    Serving Size 1 Cap
    Amount for 1 Cap                                                          % Daily Value

    Standardized Grape Seed Extract               50 mg                   **
    (Standardized anti-oxidant containing 
    no less than 95% of proanthocyanidins)
    in a bases of Citrus  Bioflavonoids              320 mg                  **

    **Daily value not established,
    Other ingredients: calcium sulfate and silica.
    This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


         Free radicals are incredibly destructive. They damage our cells, which can mean premature aging, reduced immune function, inflammation and ultimately degenerative disease. Our primary defense is antioxidant nutrients, of which the most well known are Vitamins C and E. The biological activity of antioxidants  is enormously important to our health. OPC's are very powerful antioxidant free radical scavengers. They are as much as 50 times more potent than Vitamin E and 20 times more than Vitamin C.  OPC's are major protectors of Vitamin C and Vitamin E.  It also is the major protector of  collagen, the basic foundation our blood vessels and all connective tissues such as skin,ligaments around joints and tendons.


         OPC extract contains individual units called catechins. When catechins occur individually, they are called monomers. When linked together in pairs, they are called "dimers" and when in three's, "trimers." He named the mixture "pycnogenols" from the Greek "pycno" meaning to "thicken or condense," "gen"  meaning "to generate" and "ol" from their chemical name.

          The dimers and trimers are referred to as oligomeric proanthocyanidins. "Oligo" is from the Greek meaning "a few". "Pro" means "before" or "produces" and "anthoCyanins" are the red compounds that the proanthcyanidins change into when fruit ripens, flowers mature or leaves turn.

         "Oligomeric ProanthoCyanidins" is abbreviated "OPC." They are found in most plants, are highly bioavailable and are active in the body as tremendous antioxidants and free radical scavengers. OPC's are chemically classified as flavanols and are present in red wines, flowers, leaves, fruits, berries, nuts,     sorghum, beans and hops with high concentrations in skins, barks and seeds. The most feasible commercial source is the seeds of grapes and the bark of  the French Maritime Pine.

          Technically speaking, OPC's are not bioflavonoids. OPC's are "flavonols" while bioflavonoids are "flavonoids." While the chemical structure of their core molecules is the same, flavonols and flavonoids actually have differences. OPC's are colorless, bioflavonoids are yellow. OPC's are water soluble,    bioflavonoids are relatively insoluble. OPC's, are always made up of polymers of one compound called "flavan-3-ol," while bioflavonoids are made up of many different compounds with a "flavane" nucleus. Nevertheless, both flavonols and bioflavonoids occur in nature together.


              OPC-super including pharmaceutical grade extracts of grape seeds, pine bark, Bilbery and citric bioflavonoin .  They belong to the total family of bioflavonoids, occur in nature with OPC's and are a unique plus to these great formulas. Up to 25% of OPC extract consists of monomeric precursors, the building blocks of OPC. In grape seed extract, these precursors are known as catechins and epicatechins. Pine bark extract contains catechins and taxifolin.  Blending both grape seed, pine bark and bilbery extracts combines all their     monomeric precursors. The two together provide a broad spectrum, creating a more complete storehouse of OPC building blocks.

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