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Grape Seed and Pine Bark Extracts

Other Names: Grape, Grape Seed, Grapeseed Oil, Grape Seed Extract, Angur, Vitis Vinifera
Traditional Usages: Food, Gout, Premature Ejaculation,  Acne, Acid Reflux, Testosterone Booster, Stomach Irritation, Indigestion, Constipation, Skin Health - reduces Wrinkles, Improve the nervous system generally in Parkinson's Disease, Skin Massage, Shampoo, Reduces Tooth Decay, For Herpes Simplex Virus, Diarrhea, Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Uterine Bleeding,
Resources: Caribbean, Europe, India, China, South Africa, US, South America
Parts Used: Leaves, Seeds, Fruit Peel, Sap


Herbal Research: Grape Seed Extract


Grape Seed and Pine Bark Extracts - Herbal remedy for Fibromyalgia:  Pine bark and Grape seed extracts are natural anti-inflammatories that help to ease pain. Take 50 milligrams of either two to three times daily.

Grape Seed and Pine Bark Extracts – Herbal remedy for Macular Degeneration: Take either grape seed or pine bark extract to reduce sensitivity to bright lights and glare. They also aid the macular tissue in adjusting to oxygen fluctuations. Take 200 milligrams daily. Choose one or the other, you do not need both as they have the same effect.

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