Resveratrol has many uses including applications for longevity, Lyme Disease, and impaired blood flow in patients with Hepatitis and other diseases. Resveratrol’s most important use is for improved cardiovascular health.
Bottle Content: 60 Capsules (200 mg)
Ingredients: 100 mg of Resveratrol made from Polygonum Cuspidatum (minimum 90% Trans-Resveratrol peony), 100 mg Vitamin C
Other Ingredients: Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source), Silicon Dioxide, Vegetarian Capsule made of Hydroxymethylcellulose
Dosage and Use: 1 Capsule (twice daily)
Time of Day: With Meals
Quantity Needed for One-Month Supply: 1 Bottle
What it Does/How it Works:
Resveratrol is a polyphenolic protective compound produced by grapes and other plants in response to environmental stresses. It is produced in the skin of grapes in response to attack by mold. Grapes produced in moist northern climes yield more Resveratrol.
Most of the Resveratrol sold in supplement form is from the herb Polygonum cussidatum (Japanese knotweed), which is reviled as an invasive species. (Many of the fine herbs we recommend for treatment of liver disorders like dandelion and milk thistle are also hated “weeds” with wonderful healing properties.)
Resveratrol induces the genetic expression of the Sirtuin genes, which help preserve cells.
Resveratrol has many different applications, including treating cardiovascular disease, use as an anti-infective and anti-carcinogenic, and the promotion of longevity.
At Alchemist Lab, we recommend the use of Resveratrol for Hepatitis C patients if there is purplish discoloration around the ankles, spider veins, or varices. In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) this is a Stagnant Blood remedy. The healthy liver is very well vascularized. As livers get damaged and fibrotic blood flow is inhibited. In TCM, Stagnant Blood herbs are used in this situation of impaired blood flow. Very good for varicose veins as well.
We also recommend its use for all chronic Lyme Disease patients.