Nature's Pearl Muscadine Grape Seed (see ordering instructions below)
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Muscadine grapes are grown in the hot, humid, disease prone climate of the Southeastern United States. Like our immune system, which provides more antibodies when under attack, Muscadine grapes produce more phenolic compounds when under stress from fungal disease.
Nature's Pearl Premium Muscadine Grape Seed is made with over 100 naturally occuring phenolic compounds such as, Resveratrol, Ellagic Acid, Quercetin and OPC's working on a mission to build your health!
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Ingredients: Ground Muscadine Grape seed, Hypromellose
Long before the first Europeans stepped off the ship, Native Americans were making dumplings, raisins, drinks and poultices with the large, sweet bunches of grapes called "Cherokee muscadines."
In 1524, Giovanni da Verrazzano, a Florentine navigator who explored the Cape Fear River valley for France, first spotted muscadines in North Carolina. He wrote in his logbook that he saw "many vines growing naturally there."
Science is discovering what the Native Americans knew all along.
European explorers to the New World first gazed upon their plump, juicy fullness in 1584. Sir Walter Raleigh's voyagers Philip Amadas and Arthur Barlowe exclaimed that North Carolina was "so full of grapes, as the very beating and surge of the Sea overflowed them...in all the world the like abundance is not to be found."
Sir Walter Raleigh was so impressed with the muscadine and its white grape variety, scuppernongs, that he legendarily sent a keg of scuppernong wine to Queen Elizabeth I. The 400-year old Mother Vine on Roanoke Island is a popular tourist attraction today, and continues to produce robust, delicious fruit.
The muscadine variety of scuppernong grapes is North Carolina's state fruit, a testimony to the growing acknowledgement of the muscadine's importance in both commerce and nutrition. North Carolina Department of Agriculture officials report over 400 individually owned vineyards and 89 wineries in the state. 127 commercial muscadine or scuppernong growers operate in 55 counties, spanning more than 1,174 acres.
And the Native Americans were right. Science is discovering that the muscadine is loaded with powerful antioxidants to protect our health.
Health Effects of Muscadines
OPC's, Ellagic Acid, Resveratrol and its derivatives are now known to have many biological activities associated with our health. It has been estimated that each cell in our bodies is attacked by free radicals 10,000 times daily. Our bodies make special enzymes reducing the amount of damage our bodies suffer as we age. Unfortunately the older we get the fewer of these enzymes our bodies produce. Another way to battle free radicals is to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables high in antioxidants and take supplements like Nature's Pearl.
There are many reasons why we develop wrinkles and sagging skin, one being the resulting factors of free radicals and the damaging effects they have on collagen in our skin and our capillaries reducing the nutrient intake of the skin. Both lead to the loss of our youthful appearance. Loss of collagen elasticity not only causes wrinkles in the skin, but also affects the collagen that makes up every organ and tissue in our bodies.
The Damage of Free Radicals
We live in the most polluted environment in history and everything around us could negatively affect our health and well being. Environmental factors such as pollution, radiation, pesticides, herbicides, chlorine, smoke and many other man-made chemicals can spawn free radicals.
Sources of Free Radical Damage:
- Airborne Emissions
- Foods and Food Additives
- Drinking Chlorine Treated Water
The Power of Antioxidants
As we grow older, we begin to show the side effects of our decreasing supply of antioxidants. We experience more aches, pains and lost energy. Some of this may not be directly caused by getting older, but may be because of an unstable oxygen molecule, the FREE RADICAL
Free Radicals are atoms of groups of atoms with an odd (unpaired) number of electrons. They can be formed when oxygen interacts with certain molecules. Free radicals can break down healthy human tissues in a process called oxidation, the same process that rusts iron and causes peeled apples to turn brown.
ANTIOXIDANTS are molecules, which can safely interact with free radicals and can help by terminating the chain reaction before vital molecules are damaged.
To compare the antioxidant values of various foods and nutrients, scientists developed a unit of measure called ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity). This scale is used to compare the antioxidant values amongst a variety of foods. The higher the ORAC rating of a substance the more Free Radicals it can neutralize.
Beware as you compare ORAC values. Always check to see that you are comparing gram to gram as show here.
Brunswick Laboratories. ORAC ratings may vary from batch to batch. All ORAC ratings are measured by Brunswick Laboratories and expressed as mircomole TE per gram.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2014
Had pain in the palm of my hands for over a month. Nature's pearl relieved it in 6 days. This is a true testimony that this product works
I was a skeptic
Posted by Bob on 11th Oct 2013
After being ruined by a physical therapist and in constant pain for months, a friend told me about muscadine grape seed. I thought “yeah sure”. At first I felt no improvement, but after about a week, the pain I was having started to subside.
I’ve been taking four capsules a day and have been able to actually go out and shop or just take a walk. The pain hasn’t completely gone but it is improving every day.
I would highly recommend muscadine grape seed