Reveratrol works!!!!

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Wow, I really want to thank the people that mentioned Resveratrol on this Forum. I have been using it for 3 weeks and NO MORE Raynauds. that is incredible. Thank you thank you thank you to those good souls that mentioned it.

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    Is it a tablet or an infusion.? I regularly had flolan infusions, which lasted a bit, but had to spend four nights in hospital each time . Now I put up with it and try to avoid conditions which trigger it as I have a husband with dementia. I would like to hear more.

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    Hi Jenny

    I got mine in capsule form.

    It is contained in a variety of sources including red grapes, Japanese knotweed (giant knotweed), berries, peanuts, dark chocolate and tea. (It seems that in order to get enough of it, one would have to consume large amounts of any one of those ingredients to get sufficient - one source claims that to get the equivalent of 2 capsules of 125mg each, you would need to consume 42 bottles of red wine!).

    The one that i get contains 125 mg of Resveratrol, and they recommend 2 capsules daily.

    It supposedly has other health benefits. These include, helping to prevent heart disease, helping in weight loss, helping the body fight off cancer. Interestingly, I have yet to see a mention of Raynauds Disease, but since it seems to work, that can be our little secret.

    Good luck in trying this out, keep us posted.


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    Good to know! I've been trying to get some resveratrol from red wine but I guess I should just go straight to the source and start supplementing with it. I'll check out those capsules next time I'm at the store. Thanks for the info.
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      I meant to add a caution to my initial post. We have to remember that not everyone will respond in the same way to a given remedy or treatment. What works for some of us, may not work for the rest, so you may need to try different approaches to dealing with Raynauds.



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