There are practical sides to the fact that Western culture is so interested in searching for the fragments of the whole. Molecules such as bioflavanols found in grape seed extracts are produced in the plant with the help of enzymes. Every enzyme controls a particular biochemical reaction. Every type plant (species) has its own specific “set” of enzymes and therefore every plant produces its own “set” of flavanols. These “sets” are so specific that they are referred to as fingerprints. One can recognize the plant by its bioflavanols make-up.
Knowing these fingerprints by means of chemical analysis comes in handy, not only in the manufacturing of specific medicines and dietary supplements, but also in the quality control of our food. Within the framework of flavanols, this applies for instance to the art of wine-making, since every grapevine has its own fingerprint. Therefore, it is possible to determine if the wine in the bottle is in fact the wine mentioned on the label. This is how the legitimate wine business protects itself from imitation and fraud. The same goes for grape seed extracts. Food industry and governmental agencies use such refined “fingerprint” techniques to establish whether the product’s contents really match label contents. Buy Authentic Masqueliers OPC extract buy three get one free plus free shipping and handling. Unparalleled value .