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Source Naturals Resveratrol 40mg, 60 Tablets
- 60 tablets
- Protective compound produced by grapevines in response to environmental stresses
- Resveratrol has potent antioxidant activity
- Has ability to inhibit platelet aggregation; Helps prevent free radical damage
- Provides support to the cardiovascular system
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Two days after starting the Source Naturals tablets, at half the recommended dosage, I noticed that my asthma symptoms began to diminish. Within a couple of weeks the occasional minor arthritis in one of my fingers stopped burning. I have taken the full dosage ever since.
These benefits have continued, and those two issues rarely plague me. Only once since I started taking this 40 MG dosage have I run out for any length of time and after a few weeks my asthma got significantly worse and my finger joint began aching again.
The bottom line for me is that this is one of those rare supplements that actually have tangible benefits. The other brands of resveratrol may have better numbers printed on the label but this one actually works.
The detailed Source Naturals back label, also replicated on the Source Naturals web site, shows a confusing medley of other ingredients. They've added root extract that bring up "Total Resveratrols" to 80 MG for a 2-tablet serving. Yet Source Naturals claims only 10 mg resveratrol per pill just below that. The pills also contain hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, maltodextrin, colloidal silicon dioxide, and magnesium stearate and provide a little calcium to boot (159 mg for the 2-tablet serving).
The too-good-to-be-true low cost of these tablets is just that. No wonder resveratrol products are marketed by extolling the health benefits of a mysterious ingredient that is only present in small amounts. One needs an unabridged dictionary, calculator and multiple-monitor workstation to figure it out. If we want calcium, we can get 600 mg calcium pills for much less.
What I also found out about resveratrol surprised me. We should be looking for a trans-resveratrol supplement, not merely resveratrol. Trans-resveratrol is the active form, remaining active only when kept from sun, light and oxygen. The studies indicating the multiple heath benefits we're after are based on trans-resveratrol. I believe this makes consideration of the Source Naturals offering moot.
I purchased this product believing it was the real deal. I even had it briefly as a subscription purchase. If you've wasted money on mislabeled products, know you're not alone.
I've previously tried Longevinex which is much more expensive and has a very strange oily consistency inside of the capsules. These are solid tables with little filler that smell like grains, probably from grape seed. It does not upset my stomach, which is great, too.
Resveratrol is the 25 year cure with many positive interactions with health maintenance and interrupting the disease process that make it essential, especially for adults over 30 when aging begins to occur.
However, Source Naturals puts out a different Resveratrol product that contains red grape skins as well as Japanese Knotweed. That product has a picture on the front that includes, appropriately enough, a picture of red grapes. That is the product that I received.
There is nothing wrong with red grape skins, mind you, but what I wanted to buy was Japanese Knotweed, not red grape skins. I had reasons for that.
The product pictured here is not the product I received, so I was not happy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The larger bottle of this product and allowing at least two bottles pleased me and the requirement of Healing Lyme made this the natural choice. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Eldon T. Winston
Source Naturals Resveratrol 40 mg made from polygonun cuspidatum (sp?) is the preferred form of polygonun from Stephen Buhner's book Healing Lyme. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Eldon T. Winston
I cannot take resveratrol because it upsets my system, but anyone who can drink red wine will love this vitamin because it's in red wine alsoPublished on November 18, 2013 by Marlene Moore
The product was as advertised. I have only taken these for a week, so I am unsure of the results.Published on February 7, 2013 by Kelly Hennager
I tried this for its supposed benefits that are still very little understood and unproven at this point. Read morePublished on December 14, 2010 by John
I feel great and would highly recommend this product....I have tried many vitamins and herbs to feel good and renew my enery..... Read morePublished on November 13, 2009 by Nancy Pacheco