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XxDarkEuphoriaxX
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What is the difference? also is nature's way a good brand?

I was considering trying some grape seed extract then read grape FRUIT seed extract is what I really need....

I searched the message boards but didn't really find the info I was looking for. What is each used for?

is either really effective? I took natures way cat's claw for a while and it didnt seem to do anything at all. thx

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Grapefruit seed extract is for killing things (yeast, bacteria, etc).

I think grape seed extract is an antioxidant or something.

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As hoot mentioned, they are very different.

I take noni juice and grapeseed extract capsules to successfully shrink lipoma tumors. These two remedies are antioxidants.

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hoot is right, grape seed is a powerful antioxidant. It prevents free radical damage.

Grapefruit seed extract is a powerful killing agent. It is so strong it can be used to sterilize equipment for surgery. It kills yeast and it is also thought to kill the cyst form of lyme.

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Grape seed extract also cleanses the blood. in Hi dosages. from what I was told.
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I have had "arthritis" since I was 23.

I spent four years in excruciating, bone crushing pain... tested many natural cures.

I wanted desperately to get off the percocet, ibuprofen, tylenol diet.

Finally, I found that if I took mega-doses of grapeseed extract my pain went away. I have since found a high potency grapeseed extract where I only have to take 1-2 a day to stay pain free. I've been taking it for 15 years.

I still don't know if my arthritis is lyme. I never even suspected it until my son got sick. Now, I can't find a doctor to order the test for me! For now, it doesn't matter because I am controlling the pain.

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I remember that Vitamin Research Products [vrp.com] had an article on grapeseed extract and its potential against biofilm, although the articke was referrring to oral hygiene.
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