Grapeseed Extract 50mg Tablets


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Supplement form 50mg Tablets Is a form of Herb and plant extract Ingredients Dicalcium Phosphate,  Microcrystalline Cellulose,  Grapeseed Extract (95% Proanthocyanidins) 50mg,  Magnesium Stearate. Dosage Take one to two tablets daily with food Cautions If you are pregnant or lactating, taking medication or under medical supervision, please consult your GP...
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Supplement form

50mg Tablets

Is a form of

Herb and plant extract


  • Dicalcium Phosphate, 
  • Microcrystalline Cellulose, 
  • Grapeseed Extract (95% Proanthocyanidins) 50mg, 
  • Magnesium Stearate.


Take one to two tablets daily with food


If you are pregnant or lactating, taking medication or under medical supervision, please consult your GP or medical professional before taking supplements. Do not exceed recommended dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Store is a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children NOT intended for use by persons under the age of 18

Alternative Names

Activin, Black Grape Raisins, Calzin, Draksha, Enocianina, European Wine Grape, Extrait de Feuille de Raisin, Extrait de Feuille de Vigne Rouge, Extrait de Peau de Raisin, Extrait de Pepins de Raisin, Feuille de Raisin, Feuille de Vigne Rouge, Feuille de Vigne Rouge AS 195, Flame Grape, Flame Raisins, Flame Seedless, Folia Vitis Viniferae, Grape Fruit, Grape Fruit Skin, Grape Juice, Grape Leaf, Grape Leaf Extract, Grape Seed, Grape Seed Extract, Grape Seed Oil, Grape Skin, Grape Skin Extract, Grapes, Grapeseed, Huile de Pépins de Raisin, Kali Draksha, Leucoanthocyanin, Muscat, Muskat, Oligomères Procyanidoliques, Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins, Oligomeric Procyanidins, OPC, OPCs, PCO, PCOs, Peau de Raisin, Pépin de Raisin, Petite Sirah, Proanthocyanidines Oligomériques, Proanthodyn, Proanthodyne, Procyanidines Oligomériques, Procyanidolic Oligomers, Purple Grape, Raisin, Raisin Blanc, Raisin de Table, Raisin de Vigne, Raisins, Raisins Noirs, Red Globe, Red Grape, Red Malaga, Red Vine Leaf AS 195, Red Vine Leaf Extract, Sultanas, Table Grapes, Thompson Seedless, Uva, Vitis vinifera, White Grape, Wine Grape, Wine Grapes. 

What is Grapeseed Extract?

Grapes, their seeds, leaves and sap, have been traditionally used in medicines in Europe for centuries. Grape seed extract, from the seed of the red wine grape when they have been ground, is fairly new to the US but is now being used to treat several ailments and diseases.

How does it work?

Grapes and their seeds contain antioxidants which can help to prevent heart disease as well as having many other  potential health  benefits

Used To Treat

A good all round supplement for those who wish to improve their health by adding antioxidants into their diet.

Key benefits

Cleanses from within for improved energy and skin. Naturally rich in the antioxidant compounds Polyphenols and Oligomeric Pro-Anthocyanidins (OPCs). These are bioflavonoids that are believed to fight and destroy harmful free-radical particles that can lead to cell damage

How to take/dosage

  • Age, health, and other relevant factors must be considered in determining the proper dosage for every patient or user.
  • Take 1 -2 tablets daily with food

Possible side effects

None recognised


Being a natural product there are no know interactions with any medications

Safety concerns

As with any supplements, pregnant or nursing women should consult their doctor

Things to note

Suitable for vegans and vegetarians

Scientific support and reference citations

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  2. ^ Vitseva, Olga; Varghese, Sonia; Chakrabarti, Subrata; Folts, John D; Freedman, Jane E (2005). "Grape Seed and Skin Extracts Inhibit Platelet Function and Release of Reactive Oxygen Intermediates". Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology46 (4): 445–51.doi:10.1097/01.fjc.0000176727.67066.1c.PMID 16160595.
  3. ^ "Grapes"American Cancer Society. 1 November 2011. Retrieved August 2013.
  4. ^ Kundu, Joydeb Kumar; Surh, Young-Joon (2008). "Cancer chemopreventive and therapeutic potential of resveratrol: Mechanistic perspectives". Cancer Letters269 (2): 243–61.doi:10.1016/j.canlet.2008.03.057PMID 18550275.
  5. ^ Gao, N.; Budhraja, A.; Cheng, S.; Yao, H.; Zhang, Z.; Shi, X. (2009). "Induction of Apoptosis in Human Leukemia Cells by Grape Seed Extract Occurs via Activation of c-Jun NH2-Terminal Kinase"Clinical Cancer Research 15 (1): 140–9. doi:10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-08-1447.PMC 2760842.PMID 19118041Lay summary – BBC News (31 December 2008).
  6. ^ Khanna, Savita; Venojarvi, Mika; Roy, Sashwati; Sharma, Nidhi; Trikha, Prashant; Bagchi, Debasis; Bagchi, Manashi; Sen, Chandan K (2002). "Dermal wound healing properties of redox-active grape seed proanthocyanidins". Free Radical Biology and Medicine33 (8): 1089–96.doi:10.1016/S0891-5849(02)00999-1.PMID 12374620.
  7. ^ Smullen, J.; Koutsou, G.A.; Foster, H.A.; Zumbé, A.; Storey, D.M. (2007). "The Antibacterial Activity of Plant Extracts Containing Polyphenols against Streptococcus mutans".Caries Research 41 (5): 342–9.doi:10.1159/000104791.PMID 17713333.
  8. ^ Yahara, N; Tofani, I; Maki, K; Kojima, K; Kojima, Y; Kimura, M (2005). "Mechanical assessment of effects of grape seed proanthocyanidins extract on tibial bone diaphysis in rats"Journal of musculoskeletal & neuronal interactions 5 (2): 162–9.PMID 15951633.
  9. ^ Katiyar, Santosh K. (2008)."Grape seed proanthocyanidines and skin cancer prevention: Inhibition of oxidative stress and protection of immune system".Molecular Nutrition & Food Research. 52 Suppl 1: S71–6.doi:10.1002/mnfr.200700198PMC 2562900.PMID 18384090.

10. ^ Baliga, Manjeshwar S.; Katiyar, Santosh K. (2006). "Chemoprevention of photocarcinogenesis by selected dietary botanicals".Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 5 (2): 243–53.doi:10.1039/b505311k.PMID 16465310.

11. ^ Su, X; d'Souza, DH (2011)."Grape seed extract for control of human enteric viruses".Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (12): 3982–7.doi:10.1128/AEM.00193-11.PMC 3131668.PMID 21498749.

12. ^ Nair, Madhavan P; Kandaswami, Chithan; Mahajan, Supriya; Nair, Harikrishna N; Chawda, RAM; Shanahan, Thomas; Schwartz, Stanley A (2002). "Grape seed extract proanthocyanidins downregulate HIV- 1 entry coreceptors, CCR2b, CCR3 and CCR5 gene expression by normal peripheral blood mononuclear cells". Biological Research 35 (3–4): 421–31.doi:10.4067/S0716-97602002000300016.PMID 12462994.


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