Grapine® w/Protectors, SynerPro® (90 Tabs)

Grapine® w/Protectors, SynerPro® (90 Tabs)

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Extracts of grape seed and pine bark create a useful antioxidant product that supports the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Offers 20 mg proanthocyanidins per tablet.

White pine extract is a powerful antioxidant.


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Benefits:

  • May help strengthen capillaries.
  • Scavenges cell-damaging free radicals.
  • Helps support the nervous system.
  • Provides 20 mg proanthocyanidins per tablet.

How It Works:

Grapine is derived from grape seed and maritime pine bark. Studies have shown that the proanthocyanidins in Grapine are much more powerful antioxidants than other popular choices. Proanthocyanidins are similar to compounds in bilberry. They appear to provide antioxidant protection to the nervous system. Grape skin contains anthocyanins that have been linked to maintaining healthy cardiovascular function.

Ingredients:

20 mg vitamin C (35% of Daily Value), grape seed extract, pine bark extract, grape skin extract, broccoli flowers, carrot root, red beet root, rosemary leaves, tomato fruit, turmeric root, cabbage leaves, grapefruit and orange bioflavonoid extracts, and hesperidin.

Recommended Use:

Take 1 tablet with a meal three times daily.

GRAPINE WITH PROTECTORS

[1750-1] (120)

(15 mg proanthocyananidins)

White pine extract is a powerful antioxidant.

Exciting tumor Preventive nutrient Grapine is 50 times more powerful than Vitamin E as an antioxidant.

It can replace Vitamin C as a preventative for scurvy and can cross the blood-brain barrier.

Grapine strengthens connective tissues including blood vessels and capillaries to prevent bruising, for instance.

The NSP product also uses grape seed extract which is even more potent than pine bark extracts.

This product replaces SynerPro Protectors.

Contains proanthocyanidin complex and vitamin C in a blend of broccoli,

cabbage, watercress, Chinese cabbage, turmeric, rosemary, carrot, tomato

and citrus bioflavonoids.