Grapefruit Seed Extract Review

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Grapefruit Seed Extract is one of three types of supplements that can be made from a grapefruit. The others include a concentrate that is made from the entire grapefruit including the skin and rind, an extract that is made entirely from the grapefruits rind, and lastly, an extract that is made from only the seeds which we will further review.

List of Ingredients

Research on the Grapefruit Seed Extract does not list any other ingredients other than the seeds from the grapefruit. The process involves grinding the grapefruit seeds and pulp into an acidic liquid that contains polyphenolic compounds that include quercitin, helperidin, neohelperidin, apigenin, naringin, campherol glycocide, poncirin, and rutinoside. Most times Vegetable Glycerin is added to subdue the bitter and acidic tastes.

Grapefruit Seed Extract can cost between $10 to $25 for a one month supply and provides about 130 mg per dosage. Not everyone can take Grapefruit Seed Extract, such as people that are taking immunosuppressant medications, any cholesterol lowering medications, and even antihistamines.

Product Features

Grapefruit Seed Extract is said to supply a remedy for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) that includes diarrhea, constipation, as well as abdominal cramping or discomfort. Grapefruit Seed Extract can help with germ-killing, but researchers cannot be sure that those abilities actually come from any preservatives in the extracts.

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Advantages

  • Grapefruit Seed Extract is a multi-purpose medicinal product.
  • Grapefruit Seed Extract provides high doses of vitamin c, vitamin e, and flavonoids that attack free radicals on the body.
  • Grapefruit Seed Extract can be taken daily to promote wellness.

Disadvantages

  • Grapefruit Seed Extract does not promote weight loss.
  • There have not been significant studies on Grapefruit Seed Extract to provide proof that it works for weight loss.
  • The benefits suggested by ingesting Grapefruit Seed Extract may very well be provided just be consuming the actual grapefruit and seeds itself.
  • Grapefruit Seed Extract is bitter in its natural form, so you may have to take in capsule form or else mix it with sugar, which some people cannot have.

Conclusion

Grapefruit Seed Extract, although known for its remedy for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), as well as being a bacteria-killer, is not recommended for weight loss, and should not be taken for that reason. The Grapefruit Seed Extract can be used both topically as well as taken internally. You should always speak to your doctor before taking these supplements if you are using any of these types of medications. Overall, Grapefruit Seed Extract is not recommended due to its lack of research, and the remedy and benefits provided can be sought through other natural and fresher products such as the actual grapefruit and seeds.

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3 User Reviews about Grapefruit Seed Extract

  • 1
    mario vigiani

    I have asthma and copd also I’ve was diagnosed with pneumonia some 6 months,treatment being antibiotics,now after lengthly antibiotic treat, Im still congested with a endless supply of mucus which in turn ensures my asthma is engaged constantly.I heard of people taking breath easy tea with grapefruit seed extract and it worked great for them so Im trying that no help and I read don’t take grapefruit with any high cholesterol medication so I stopped taking simvastin while Im trying out the grapefruit seed extract pill now after a few weeks I think I should continue on simvastin. and yes Im still tryin to find major health insurance I can afford.Im considering Mexico.Does anyone have any thoughts out there in cyberland?? any of you premed guys out there? any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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  • 2
    gail

    i have taken this product. gse grapefruit seed extract 2 oz size by nutribiotic in lakeport ca 95453. it was recomended by a homeopathic dr corrine allen…it caused extreme lower abdomenal pain. therefore only took it briefly. i take ursodial 250 tabs twice daily, and furosemide 40 mg once or twice a day, and spironolactone 50 mg once or every other day…these are for primary biliary cirrosis of the liver (probably generational thing),diagnosed in 2002..are these compatible…my regular primary internal med dr recently said she had read in her new medical journal that gse can be helpful for the liver issue??? any info to share some light on this would be appreciated. thank you g

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    tanya

    Is this medication Celexa counteract grapefruit seed extract. thank you for your time.

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