Best Grape Seed Extract Supplements

(Last Updated On: April 2, 2019)

Did you know that grape seed extract supplements can be quite healthy for you? It sounds odd but it is true it can be one of the healthiest products you can consume Why? We will discuss some of those benefits in the following article. You can really benefit from consuming these extracts and you will enjoy a healthier lifestyle. Let’s get going.

Best Naturals Grape Seed Extract 400 mg Veggie Capsule, 120 Count

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This company makes a very bold statement because they say their product is the most powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenger ever made. It also gives cardiovascular and immune system health. It is standardized to 95 percent polyphenols. (including OPCs) It is also said to be 20 times stronger than vitamin C and 50 times stronger than vitamin E but they do not say why these facts are proven and true. It is said to enhance other antioxidant functions and it is able to support brain and nerve health.

But how can a grape seed extract be 20 times stronger than vitamin C and 50 times stronger than vitamin E because these two vitamins have so many powerful health properties within their respective makeups? The company really does not explain why any of the above-mentioned benefits exist.

Feedback: This customer says they took this extract with other supplements and lowered their high blood pressure from 186 to 129. They said it was done all by natural means and no drugs and there have been no side effects. The customer took the grape seed extract to lower their high blood pressure in the first place. Apparently, the customer has had great success mixing this extract with other supplements. The customer rated the product 5-stars. This review will be very encouraging for other readers who are looking for ways to lower their high blood pressure.

This customer is playing with fire because she is taking a higher dose of grape seed extract that is recommended. She has fibromyalgia (a chronic disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and tenderness in localized areas.) and she is taking 400mg of this extract to curd the effects of this nerve disease. She was in constant pain before she took this extract. But it has reduced the effects of the condition to occasional flare-ups and this is beneficial for the customer. The only problem is she is taking a higher dose than is recommended and this could cause her health problems in the future. She says it is well worth the expense. But if it causes her health problems in the future will it be worth the expense? She rated the extract 5-stars. She encourages others to take more than the recommended dose which may not be very smart on her part. She also said her energy has increased since taking this product.

This person seems to be taking the product for brain health. The user suffers from migraines and supplemented this grape seed extract with the L-Arginine formula they were taking to curb their migraines. There was not enough grapeseed in this formula so the customer took this more concentrated form of grape seed extract formula. The customer says this mixed with other elements has reduced the migraines by 90 percent. The customer has been fortunate to be able to cut down on the migraine medications he had been taken. But how much of this grape seed extract is helping to reduce his migraines? He is taking a lot of products to curb the migraines so it would be really hard to tell how effective this product has been in reducing the consumer’s migraines.

This is unusual to take grape seed extract to control migraines because it is not designed to control migraines. It may or may not be helping the customer’s migraines because he is taking a lot of other products with this one to control the migraines.

Wow! This is an interesting review, to say the least. The customer has rated the product 5-stars because it has been helping to control her psoriasis. Another hidden benefit this grape seed extract offers and that is to possibly control skin diseases such as psoriasis. It would be nice to know what ingredient would control the symptoms that psoriasis manifests in the skin?

Grape Seed Extract Supplements

Grape Seed Extract | 400 mg | 6 Month Supply | 180 Veggie Caps | 95% Proanthocyanidins | All Natural, Vegan and Non-GMO

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Each bottle contains 180 veggie capsules and each capsule is 400mg in strength. It contains at least 95% polyphenols which means you are getting the maximum dose of antioxidants. Antioxidants will kill free radicals which means that the extract may help with anti-aging signs. This company says that their product, acting as an antioxidant, is supposed to be 20 times stronger than vitamin C and 50 times stronger than vitamin E. This may be the case or it may be an exaggeration because they offer no scientific support these claims.

The product is a standardized grape seed extract containing at least 95% polyphenols. Polyphenols will help the human body stay in better health. The company says the key to their product working is it is made of all natural products. This process guarantees bioavailability which means the body receives the maximum absorption of the product and the maximum benefits the product has to offer. The product contains a high level of Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins (OPC’s) which are the powder, water-soluble antioxidant compounds found in the grape seeds. All the ingredients are made from natural sources and the grape seed extract is made from plant cellulose. The product is made in an FDA-approved facility in the United States. This is to ensure the product is made under the safest conditions.

Feedback: The customer says the product relieved his allergies and it did not irritate his prostate. This is what his doctor told him and it shrunk his hemorrhoids which he was not expecting it to do. What a nice unexpected benefit for him. He said after one month the hemorrhoids were gone. Naturally, he rated the product 5-stars.

This customer gave the product a 5-star rating because his wife was suffering from high blood pressure and she started taking this product. It is helping to lower the blood pressure. It is working so well they are recommending the product to family members and relatives.

Apparently, from these reviews we see that grape seed extract has some benefits that the company does not mention in the product description. Some of the consumers have used it for different reasons. A couple of the reviews stated they used them to lower their blood pressure and it worked. Another user said they used it for migraines and it seemed to help (along with other medications) to lower the blood pressure. Yet another user said they consumed it to help with psoriasis. It seemed to help to reduce the effects of psoriasis as well. So, this product is well worth its price.

This customer says they are thrilled with this product and it is well worth the price. The customer really did not say how it benefited them but it was helping them someway. They were very positive about the product helping them. They liked the fact, that the product was honest about what the product did not contain. The user mentions it is free of soy, dairy, gluten, wheat, fish, and shellfish while some of the other products contain these ingredients. This product is free of the above ingredients which will help people who may have allergens.

This same customer says it is easy to take and they take only one capsule when they had to take two capsules of another product. Another customer complained the product was too strong and they could not handle the 400mg dose.

Nutribiotic Gse Liquid Concentrate, 4 Fluid Ounce

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This product is made of an unfiltered vegan process and it contains no GMO’S or gluten but it does contain bioflavonoids (any of a group of compounds occurring mainly in citrus fruits and black currants, formerly regarded as vitamins). This may be one of the few products that contain bioflavonoids. It has a pH of 2.75 and whether this is healthy or not, is not known. Nutribiotic GSE liquid concentrate is made from the grapeseed. Which is what most of these products should be made from anyway. The company claims this product is used by healthcare professionals around the world. But there is really no way to measure if this is true or not.

Feedback: This product had over 1100 reviews written about it. So it is a widely used product which could indicate it is a quality product. This first review is pretty amazing because it benefitted an infant. The mother says her infant suffered from oral thrush for about a month. The doctor prescribed Nystatin which was useless. The mother did some research and came across this product. The mother mixed 10 drops of the product with 3 drops of distilled water. She says that using tap water would dilute the product. She took two cotton swabs and brush the infant’s mouth with it. Within 48 hours (yes 48 hours) the mouth thrush disappeared and it has never come back. Mouth thrush is a yeast/fungi infection that develops in the membranes of the mouth.)

This customer travels the world and says this product is especially handy to take on your travels. He says especially if you travel to Mexico or India. Consume drops of the product and you will not have to worry about bad drinking water making you sick to your stomach.

Again, we see this product being used for unconventional uses. One customer used it to get rid of her infant’s mouth thrush. Another user says they carry it with them on their travels and it protects their gut from bad drinking water. So, this makes us think that we may be able to find new ways to use the product but we must be sure they are reasonable uses.

This person says they have been using the product for years and they too have found new uses for the product. They say they gargle with it and it helps to heal sore throats and supposedly it will kill warts down to the roots. This sounds a little suspect that it could kill warts because I am not sure this product has any ingredients that can kill warts. It really is not an antiseptic so I am not sure it can reduce sore throat pain. The customer rated the product 5-stars. It was written that we may discover new uses for the product but we need to be careful about how we use the medicine for unconventional uses.

The above customer also drinks the extract straight down but I am not sure what the purpose for this is. It really doesn’t sound safe to be drinking this product like you would drink water. It was not designed to be consumed in this way.

Here we have a questionable review because the consumer thinks he may have gotten a different product then what he usually has received. He has been using the product off and on for 25 years. He uses it for diarrhea and gastrointestinal distress. He also consumed it if he ate some tainted food. It seemed to help in these circumstances.

The latest bottle he purchased did not benefit him in any way because when he consumed it for the above reasons it had no benefit for him. He thinks it may be a different product because this bottle did not say “organic” on it but it said “CITRICIDAL” after grape seed extract in the ingredient list.

He spoke with a customer service rep about the problem. The customer service rep said they switched to another GSE supplier because of new FDA regulations. So, these customer suspicions were confirmed that it was a new product that was not as effective as the original product was. The company should have notified customers that they switched suppliers and what the effects of that change would have for consumers. The customer was very observant to notice this minor change in the ingredients list which turned out to be a major change in the product’s effectiveness.

Pure Synergy USDA Organic SuperPure Grape Seed Extract (60 Capsules) w/Proanthocyanidins for Antioxidant Support

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First off this bottle contains 60 capsules when some of them contains 180 capsules. Some of the other products have a dose of 400mg per capsule and this one has 400 mgs as well. The product contains 150 mg of Proanthocyanidins or OPCs and 250 mg of Polyphenols (antioxidants) per capsule. This is the first certified, standardized grape seed extract of its kind but this may not be true. What is this statement supposed to mean anyway? Most likely, every grape seed extract is certified and standardized. You would think that every company that makes this type of extract has to meet some standards especially standards set by the FDA. The product contains no additives.

Pure Grape Seed Extract

Feedback: This is an unusual review that really does not say how the product benefited the user. They appreciate the fact that the company prints right on the label that there no additives or chemicals added in the product. The user also likes the fact that the ingredients can be pronounced and that the product contains no ingredients that are a mile long and they cannot be pronounced. This part of the review is reasonable.

Here is where the review gets odd the person says that when they think of ingredients that cannot be pronounced that it “Other products with additives added in conjuring up images in my mind of some wild-eyed dude in a white coat yucking it up, dancing around in a frenzy, while whipping up a bunch of bubbling steamy chemicals in a beaker…something I wish to avoid.”

It is really doubtful that there are wild-eyed professionals who make this product are standing around in white coats whooping it up pouring all minds of unimaginable chemicals into a beaker. The customer rated the product 5-stars. The customer loves organic products.

NOW Grape Seed 250 mg,90 Veg Capsules

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The bottle says this is an “extra strength” grape seed extract because each capsule contains 250 mg of grape seed extract. This dose is on the lower end because some of the other grape seed extract products contain 400mg of product per capsule. So, how can this product be extra strength when it is a weaker dose than the other products? This could be interpreted as a false advertisement on the part of the company.

Feedback: The customer says they bought the product to help heal edema which causes swelling in the ankles. It is a side effect of some hypertension medications and the product reduced the swelling in the user’s ankles. They ran out of the product and their ankles began to swell again. It has really helped the user and the user rated the product 5-stars.

Conclusion:

It is concluded that grape seed extract has published benefits and benefits that are not printed on the manufacturer’s bottles can be derived from the extract as well. In several of the discussed reviews above, the users discovered new benefits from consuming the grape seed extract.

Written by Irina Radosevic MD
Irina graduated from the University of Belgrade, School of Medicine as a Doctor of Medicine (MD) and spent over 3 years working in the Clinical Hospital Center Zvezdara, in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She also undertook a postgraduate in Cardiology from the same University and had previously worked for over a year as a Physician and Nutritionist Dietitian for the Fitness club Green Zone. She eventually left her chaotic but fulfilling job in the ER to pursue her passion of writing, travelling and mountain climbing which has included writing a first aid course for the alpine club of Belgrade. Irina currently works as a VA for PintMedia focusing on medical and travel writing. Feel free to connect with Irina on LinkedIn and FaceBook. Her CV can be seen here.