Handmade Grape Seed Spice Mills

Grape seeds are one of the richest sources of OPC.

According to scientific studies, its antioxidant potential is 20 times greater than that of vitamin E and 50 times as effective as the antioxidant power of the famous vitamin C. Grape seeds and vitamins therefore work synergistically. They fuel each other to ever new achievements.

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GRAPE SEEDS und SKINS are healthy!

Grape seeds as free radical scavengers

Grape seeds contain so-called phytochemicals that are only produced by plants. These highly concentrated active ingredients are powerful neutralizers of free radicals and thus strengthen the immune system and support the hormonal balance and the blood vessels. The radical scavenger in grape seeds is called OPC and resveratrol in the peel. Already 10mg of these phytochemicals taken daily have a positive effect.

Grape seeds for healthy skin and a radiant complexion

Grape seeds reliably protect the skin against all kinds of oxidative attacks. They do this in particular by binding the building material for healthy skin, collagen, and thus restoring the skin’s elasticity. The skin enzyme activity is also promoted, which leads to increased protection against UV radiation.

Grape seeds for quick wound healing

Wounds heal much faster under the influence of grape seeds. The active ingredients render bacteria harmless, encourage damaged blood vessels to regenerate quickly and support a thorough repair of connective tissue.

Grape seeds for strong eyes

Studies have shown that consuming grape seeds daily can reduce the effects of permanent eye strain from hours of computer work.

Grape seeds protect blood vessels

The antioxidants from the grape seeds can keep the blood vessels free from deposits and protect against oxidative damage caused by free radicals. The risk of cardiovascular problems can therefore be reduced to a minimum.

Grape seeds protect the brain and nerves

Grape seeds can even be used to support the treatment of ailments such as ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), as its active ingredients can cross the blood-brain barrier and then intervene in the brain to regulate neurotransmitters and the hormones in question.

Sources: ESCOP Monographs: The Scientific Foundation for Herbal Medicinal Products. 2nd edition, Supplement 2009, Stuttgart – New York 2009; Henriet JP. Veno-lymphatic insuffiziency. Jänicke CJ, Grünwald J, Brendler T: Handbuch Phytotherapie. Stuttgart 2003; Schilcher H, Kammerer S, Wegener T: Leitfaden Phytotherapie. 4. Auflage, München 2010

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