Grape Seed Extract
It is extracted from the grape seed. Contains lots of antioxidants (OPC) that protect the body from free radicals and promote blood circulation.
The grape extract provides real benefits for our body, protecting it from factors such as pollution, snuff and stress.
Studies have shown that OPC is a much higher antioxidant than vitamin C, E and beta-carotene.
The OPC spent three full days in the body and effectively combats free radicals.
Studies on the OPC can be traced back to 1948 when Jacques Masquelier doing laboratory tests on animals,
found that bioflavonoids strengthen the walls of blood vessels within hours of its intake.
In 1951, the same Masquelier managed to extract OPCs from Pine bark and in 1970 he did it with grape seed extract.
France, being famous for its wines, has one of the lowest rates of death from heart problems.
In a study done in the late 20th century, it was shown that the "French paradox" is due to the presence of OPC in their wines.
Undoubtedly, grape seed has properties very beneficial to our bodies.
It is a powerful antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.
Helps maintain healthy skin, eyes and brain.
Prevents the formation of plaques in the arteries and slows the effects of aging.
Unfortunately there have been no studies regarding alopecia, but is supposed to promote circulation and strengthening blood vessels,
helping to offset the loss of hair. Many people have reported benefits after starting treatment.
Looking at the composition of natural products for Alopecia, we can see that most contain, among other things, grape seed extract.
The recommended dose is three capsules daily of 100 mg each and can be used in combination with drugs that promote hair growth.
Important for the Treatment:
Ingesting three 100 mg capsules daily (a total of 300mg per day).
Do not use if:
There are no contraindications, but anyway you should consult a professional before beginning treatment.
In very rare cases there may be allergic reactions like difficulty breathing, swelling of lips, tongue or face.
Remember, you should never start a treatment without first consulting a professional.