Ayais Grape Seed Oil,Grape Seed Extract (OPC)

Grape seed oil is a vegetable oil pressed from the seeds of grapes, Grape seed oil is used for: salad dressings, marinades, deep frying, flavored oils, baking, massage oil, sunburn repair lotion, hair products, body hygiene creams, lip balm and hand creams.Its healthful and beneficial qualities to health and beauty have been appreciated for over 100 years.

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Grape seed oil is extracted from grape seeds and has a relatively high smoke point can be safely used to cook at high temperatures. Grape seed oil can be used for stir-fries,salad dressings, marinades, deep frying, flavored oils, baking. Grape seed oil also has other positive attributes in relation to cooking. It has a clean, light taste make grape seed oil is often used as a base for infusing or flavoring with garlic, rosemary, or other herbs or spices. One is able to use less grape seed oil for precisely the same reasons that the cosmetics industry likes it, the emollient and film-forming virtues.

The metabolic energy density of grape seed oil is comparable to that of other oils, about 120 kCal per tablespoon (34 kJ/ml). However, the fact that less oil is needed for cooking may be useful when observing a low-fat diet.
In all products it is a preferred cosmetic ingredient for damaged and stressed tissues, regenerative and restructuring virtues which allow a better control of skin moisturization. It can help skin retain the normal structure of epithelium cells and nerve cells via supporting the cell membranes. It is noted to be especially effective for repair of the skin around the eyes. Used as an all over skin moisturizer, Grapeseed oil is known to reduce the look of strech marks. Expectant mothers who use this all throughout their pregency report little to no skin damage/strech marks.

Vitamins in grape seed oil
Vitamin E (0.8 to 1.2 g/kg), Vitamin C and Beta-Carotene.
There is unconfirmed information that grape seed oil also contains Vitamin D.

Average composition of Grape Seed Oil fatty acids and Nutrition Ingredients
Nutrition Ingredients Average Percentage Range Ayais Test Result
Omega-6 Linoleic acid69 to 78% 75%
Omega-9 Oleic acid 10 to 20% 13.5%
Palmitic acid Hexadecanoic acid5 to 11% 5.7%
Omega-3 A-Linolenic Acid0.3 to 1% 0.55%
phenols (tocopherols) VE 36mg/100g
Vitamine A 8mg/100g
Vitamine D  4mg/100g
Others 5.3%

Oligomeric proanthocyanidins
grape seed oil is also high in procyanidolic oligomers (also known as oligomeric proanthocyanidins, OPCs or PCOs), which are also the main constituent of pycnogenol.

Medical information
In a large survey shown that using up to 1.5 ounces (43 g) per day, an amount that one can cook with, grapeseed oil had the ability to raise HDL levels and reduce LDL levels in just three weeks,which could be significant for those at risk of heart attack.

Grape Seed Extract (oligomeric proanthocyanidins, OPCs or PCOs)

Grape seed extract is derived from the small seeds and occasionally the skins of red grapes, grape seed extract is rich in flavonoids, phytochemicals that have antioxidant properties some consider even greater than the old standbys vitamin C and vitamin E. .

The most valuable flavonoids in grape seed extract are procyanidolic oligomers (also known as proanthocyanidins), commonly called PCOs. Beyond their antioxidant powers, PCOs are thought to improve blood circulation and help strengthen blood vessels. These actions benefit people with heart disease and cancer.

Health Benefits

Doctors prescribe PCO-containing drugs for various vascular (vessel) disorders that are likely to benefit from increased blood flow, such as diabetes, leg cramps, varicose veins, arm and leg numbness or tingling and even impotence. Macular degeneration and cataracts--vision-robbers of the elderly--may also improve by means of the extract's effects on circulation.

Grape seed extract effectively penetrates cell membranes throughout the body with its antioxidant properties. It can even cross into the brain (traversing the blood-brain barrier) to protect brain cells from free-radical damage.

As an ingredient in facial creams, the grape seed extract may help maintain skin elasticity.

Grape seed extract may help to human health:

Prevent heart disease. PCOs reduce the risk for heart attack and stroke , which is believed to prevent the plaque development that can clog arteries. PCOs may function as effectively as aspirin in keeping blood cells from sticking together and anticoagulant effect. And the PCOs posed no risk of the gastrointestinal irritation or bleeding generally

Minimize fibromylagia damage. Fibromyalgia is an elusive disorder associated with chronic muscle pain and stiffness. The antioxidant power of grape seed extract can help by protecting besieged muscle cells from damage.

Deter cancer. The antioxidants in grape seed extract work hard at helping to control cellular damage, routinely hunting down and neutralizing mutations within the genetic material of cells that could lead to tumor formation.

Fight skin diseases such as psoriasis and eczema. Certain components within the skin--collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid--participate in keeping it healthy. PCOs help keep these substances in good shape by blocking enzymes that might disrupt their chemical structure.

Slow progression of macular degeneration and cataracts. Grape seed extract improves blood flow in the eye's tiny vessels, where certain eye diseases can cause blockages and impairments that result in vision damage.

Lessen allergy symptoms. As a natural antihistamine, grape seed extract may help to control the sneezing, congestion and other hallmarks of an allergic reaction. The extract also inhibits the release of chemicals called prostaglandins that can generate inflammation during an allergic response.

Ease eye strain. People stay before monitors for extended periods may benefit from taking grape seed extract.




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