Resveratrol

In nature, resveratrol is present to the greatest extent in the skin of red and blue grape varieties, so it is present in large quantities, e.g. in red wine, but also in other plants, including hazelnuts, blackberry or Japanese knotweed. The content of resveratrol in cocoa is also considered surprisingly high.

Recently, 98% resveratrol has been extracted from Japanese knotweed.

Rezveratrol is a powerful antioxidant that effectively neutralizes free radicals that are harmful to cells. It has many health-protection effects: it is anti-inflammatory, prevents the formation of blood clots, increases the production of nitric oxide that determines the health of the blood vessels, decreases cholesterol, and even has an antineoplastic effect.

The recent international conference on rezveratrol concluded that this natural polyphenol has 12 key effects, each of which contributes to reducing early death.

The main causes of early death may be alleviated by rezveratrol supplementation, including heart diseases, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes.

Summary:

– it’s beneficial to the cardiovascular system

– strong antioxidant

– can increase physical and mental strength

– strengthens the immune system

– may have anti-ageing effects

– may have anti-cancer effects

– it can possibly slow down the aging process

In human-related studies, thousands of studies support the positive physiological effects of flavonoids , including resveratrol.