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Old 09-16-2007, 08:15 AM #1
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Hi there,
Have any of you tried Grape seed extract? it is used to help swelling and I have heard that it could work for RSD swelling, but it does not reduce pain
Here is a list of what it is used for.

Cardioprotection (reduces risk of athersclerosis)
Reduces cancer risk
Improves vascular strength (stronger blood vessels)
Reduces edema (inflammation/swelling)
Promotes eye health (reduces risk of macular degeneration and cataracts)

Please let me know if you have tried it and did it work for you
Thanks
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Hi Allison,

Please read my thread Symptom Migration: My Story; it describes my experiences taking (and twice lapsing) a regimen ot GSE. I am convinced that it has prevented any new RSD symptoms for nearly ten years now. My greatest fear today is new RSD symptoms somewhere, I can barely get around with the help of a caregiver as it is).

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Hi there,
Have any of you tried Grape seed extract? it is used to help swelling and I have heard that it could work for RSD swelling, but it does not reduce pain
Here is a list of what it is used for.

Cardioprotection (reduces risk of athersclerosis)
Reduces cancer risk
Improves vascular strength (stronger blood vessels)
Reduces edema (inflammation/swelling)
Promotes eye health (reduces risk of macular degeneration and cataracts)

Please let me know if you have tried it and did it work for you
Thanks
Alison
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I can talk about this OPC non stop and going into my 20th year this year on pycnogenol and/or grape seed extract.

Banking on that it will prevent cancer...main reason I got on Pycnogenol in 1995.

Just doing a search found these "older" posts on Grape Seed Ex (OPC's)
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