high potency grape seed extract
  • Grape Seed Extract Technical Data Sheet

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  •  Grape Seed Extract Data Download 

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Grape Seed Extract


Vitis vinifera L

100% Unfermented White Seed Origin France&Germany

 Proanthocyanidins(OPC) 95% UV                                                

 Polyphenols 45%-90% UV                                                             

 Oligmers(OPCs) 70% HPLC(Measured by USP)







  • Identity Of Grape Seed


            Raw Grape Seed Origin from Europe -100% ID Vitis vinifera L.

             *Grape Seed ID report-Eurofins

  • Grape Seed Extract-100% ID Vitis vinifera L. 

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  • Contaminants of Grape Seed Extract   

           *PAHs,(Benzo(a)anthracene, Benzo(b)fluoranthene, Benzo(a)pyrene, Chrysene)
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*Heavy Metals(As,Pb,Cd,Hg)

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*Microbiological Testing ( Total Plate Count, Mold,Yeast)

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*Pesticides Residue

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*Aflatoxin B1,B2,G1,G2

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  • Specification of Standardized Grape Seed Extract


               *Proanthocyanidins 95% Report Measured by UV Beta Smith

               *Polyphenols 85% Report Measured by UV Folin C

               *Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins OPC 77% Measured by HPLC USP

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  • Test Method of Grape Seed Extract


            *Proanthocyanidins Measured by UV Bata Smith

                *Polyphenols by UV Folic C

                *Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins Measured by HPLC USP

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  • Why Select Our Grape Seed Extract

  • Most powerful anti-oxidant and free radical scavenger known

  • Cardiovascular and Immune Health Supports

  • Grape Seed Extract is standardized to 95% OPCs

  • Supports healthy brain and nerve tissue

  • 20 times stronger than vitamin C and 50 times stronger than vitamin E, also enhances the effectiveness of other anti-oxidants


Our Grape Seed Extract is a highly purified and concentrated natural extract powder containing a minimum of 95% OPC, the beneficial antioxidant compounds found in Grape Seeds.

Our Grape Seed Extract is safe, non-toxic and chemical free.

Grape Seed Extract and OPC's have been the subject of numerous scientific studies demonstrating their efficacy in the support of cardiovascular health and immune system balance.In addition, non-clinical studies have shown that Grape Seed Extract may protect healthy brain and nerve tissues.


Grape seed extract has been used in alternative medicine as a possibly effective aid in treating some symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency (decreased blood flow return from the feet and legs back to the heart). These symptoms include pain or heaviness, tension or tingling, and heavy feeling in the legs.

Grape Seed Extract is a powerful antioxidant that protects against environmental pollution and toxins. It reduces free radical damage to the skin helping prevent wrinkles and reduces the risk of cancer.

  • What’s Grape Seed


Grape seed is rich in oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes (OPC), which is a powerful antioxidant. In addition to the ultra rich potence of over 20 times higher than Vitamin C, it is also 50 times better than Vitamin E. It helps to strengthen the immune system, and also slowdown the aging process, which is of very high market value. Proanthocyanidin B2, which is the most active compound to neutralize free radicals that cause aging, is available only in Grape Seed. In Europe, OPC from grape seed proanthocyanidins extract has been adopted and used for several decades as a safe and effective compound.


  • Since ancient Greece people have used grapes, grape leaves, and sap for health purposes. Grape seed extract was developed in the 1970s.

  • Today, grape seed extract is used as a dietary supplement for various conditions, including for venous insufficiency (when veins have problems sending blood from the legs back to the heart), to promote wound healing, and to reduce inflammation.

  • Grape seed extract contains the antioxidant compound oligomeric proanthocyanidin (OPC), which has been studied for a variety of health conditions.

  • OPCs are found in extracts of grape skin and seeds, which are by-products of the wine industry. Grape seed extract is available in capsules and tablets and as a liquid.

  • Why do people take Grape Seed Extract


Grape seed extract is used as an antioxidant to help maintain health and to relieve symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency (e.g. tingling, feeling of heaviness in the legs).


Grape seed extract is also used for conditions related to the heart and blood vessels, such as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.


Other reasons for the use of grape seed extract include complications related to diabetes, such as nerve and eye damage; vision problems, such as macular degeneration (which can cause blindness); and swelling after an injury or surgery.


Grape seed extract is also used for cancer prevention and wound healing.

  • How much grape seed extract should you take

Doses of between 100-300 milligrams/day have been used in studies and are prescribed in some European countries. A maximum of 900 mg/day has been used.


  • What are the risks of taking grape seed extract


  • Side effects:Grape seed extract is generally considered safe. Side effects may include headache, itchy scalp, dizziness, and nausea.

  • Risks: People allergic to grapes should not use grape seed extract. If you have a bleeding disorder or high blood pressure, talk to your doctor before you start using grape seed extract.

  • Interactions:If you take any medicines regularly, talk to your doctor before you start using grape seed extract. It could interact with drugs likeblood thinners, NSAID painkillers (like aspirinAdvil, and Aleve), certain heart medicines, cancer treatments, and others.


Given the lack of evidence about its safety, grape seed extract is not recommended for children or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.