Almost 4500 years ago, Ayurveda, the ancient medicinal book of Hindus, lauded the health effects of darakchasava, the fermented juice of red grapes. Somewhat later, the Bible described red wine as a “gift of God,” presumably used in the service of both body and soul. In 1940, resveratrol was first identified as the medicinal component of grapes.
Resveratrol is a component of Hu Zhang, also know as Ko-jo-kon - Polygonum cuspidatum, an oriental medicinal root used for centuries to treat diseases of the blood vessels, heart, and liver. The richest source of resveratrol is the roots of Polygonum cuspidatum, mainly cultivated in China and Japan.
The skins of grapes contain about 50–100 mg/resveratrol, and believed to be responsible for the cardioprotective properties of red wine. Resveratrol came to scientific attention during the mid-1990s as a possible explanation for the "French Paradox"—the low incidence of heart disease among the French people, who eat a relatively high-fat diet, but daily consume wine. Resveratrol was found to be high in red wines.
Many studies suggest that consuming alcohol (especially red wine) may reduce the incidence of coronary heart disease (CHD). Several studies have demonstrated that resveratrol has antioxidant properties. It is claimed that because it contains highly hydrophilic and lipophilic properties, it may provide more effective protection than other well-known antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E.
60 Minutes You Tube Clip on Resveratrol - Diabetes - Cancer
You will see at the end of this video the move by the pharmaceutical giant to buy up the start up company for Resveratrol. They are working on making a synthetic drug. HHA Resveratrol is not a drug, it is an all natural supplement and I believe it is the better choice for your body.
Resveratrol Improves Health and Survival of Mice on a high-calorie diet.
Cancer Prevention and Treatment with Resveratrol: from rodent studies to clinical trials.
Study Shows Lowered Chances For Stroke
In a new study presented at the conference of the Society for Neuroscience in Atlanta, it was revealed that resveratrol considerably lowered the chances of having a stroke. This study proves that resveratrol directly impacts on the brain functions and protects against stroke and it is in line with other research findings that have established resveratrol as a potent factor in affecting brain to regulate and control blood sugar.
The researchers found that infusion of resveratrol leads to enhanced levels of heme oxygen, an enzyme that protects brain cell damage. It is through these heme oxygen enzymes’ ability to ensure protection from free radical damage that resveratrol is able to trigger the process for lowering the risk of stroke.
Resveratrol helps support the cardiovascular health through its antioxidant action. Studies have indicated that it can duplicate many anti-aging effects and may promote celluar longevity. In mouse and rat experiments, anti-cancer, anti-tumor, anti inflammatory, blood-sugar-lowering and other beneficial cardiovascular effects of resveratrol have been reported.
HHA Resveratrol Ingredients: 1 Vegetarian capsules - 400 mg. Polygonum cuspidatum Extract - root (50% natural trans- reservatrol - 200 mg) and Red Wine Extract - 30% Polyphenols - 10 mg. In sensitive individuals, high potency Resveratrol can cause stomach upset, so if you need to take it with food. Adult dose - 1 capsule once or twice daily. Does not contain: sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, shellfish, preservatives or alcohol.
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