Grapeseed 100 Count 00 Capsules 700 mg
Common Names: Grape Seed Extract
Scientific Name: Vitis Vinifera, Vitis Coignetiae
Common Uses: Aging, AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, Antiviral, Arthritis, Asthma, Astringent, Bleeding, Bruising, Cellulite, Cholera, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Connective tissue disorders, Constipation, Corneal ulcers, Cough, Degenerative diseases of the eye, Dental cavities, Diabetic neuropathy, Diarrhea, Enzyme function, Excessive weight loss, Eye infection, Eye irritation, Genetic mutations, Glaucoma, Hay fever, Hemorrhoids, HIV, Immune system boosting, Impaired night vision, Improved insulin sensitivity, Increased urination, Inflammation, Intestinal dysfunction, Kidney protection, Liver cirrhosis, Liver protection, Macular degeneration, Menstrual cramps, Nausea, Parkinson's disease, Protection against toxins (such as chemotherapeutic agents), Psoriasis, Respiratory tract infection prevention, Scurvy, Seasonal allergies, Shock, Skin aging, Skin irritation, Smallpox, Sore throat, Stomach and intestinal ulcers, Telangiectasia
*Warnings: Individuals allergic to grapes should not take grape seed. The most common complaints include dry, itchy scalp; headache; dizziness and nausea. In theory, grape seed may increase the risk of bleeding. You may need to stop taking grape seed before some surgeries; discuss this with a health care professional.
Origin: Mediterranean and Central Asia.