Monthly Archives: July 2012

Polyphenols in OPC has Protects the Heart, Brain, Liver, Teeth, Gut, Lungs, Eyes, Against Alcohol Damage

Alcohol can cause many unpopular factors in teeth, brain, liver, lungs, eyes, heart, gut as well as impotence in men due to low sperm count. This affects testicle shrinkage, fertility and gene mutation.   In 1950 Lavollay made the observation … Continue reading

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The Late Discovery of OPC was due to the fact that it was colorless

In those post-war years, widespread famine struck France and people wanted to know whether they could eat peanut residue. Masquelier happened to be looking for the red pigment so he wanted to know for sure that the residue of the … Continue reading

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Masquelier’s First Patients Prove Peanuts and Pine bark have a powerful vasular wall strengthening effect

In 1948 and in 1951 Masquelier registered his first patents. Many would follow, but these first patents already described the method of making an extract from the skin of peanuts and pine bark, both of which have a powerful vascular wall … Continue reading

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The careful balance of Masquelier’s pharmaceutical extraction process.

Obviously, the extraction method should narrow the extraction down to the active ingredient, OPC, as much possible.Masquelier gets credit for transposing delicate methods of extraction used in pharmaceutical laboratories. Tons of raw material are used in the extraction process. Careful … Continue reading

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