Clinical OPC® with Pine Bark
High Potency Antioxidant
Clinical OPC with Pine Bark combines two synergistic sources of oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) to provide full spectrum health support.*
• 150 mg French Grape Seed Extract VX1®
• 50 mg Pine Bark Extract EP90™
High potency antioxidants play a role in every function in the body. Your cells depend on them to neutralize free radicals for optimal energy production, helping your heart to beat, your eyes to see, and your brain to process information.*
Grape seed and pine bark extracts are two of the most powerful botanical extracts in the world, and have been well studied and highly regarded for decades. With the combination of French Grape Seed Extract VX1 and Pine Bark Extract EP90, you’re getting the ultimate support you need to feel your best.
- Heart and Arteries
- Eyes and Vision
- DNA and Mitochondria
- Cholesterol Balance†
- Focus and Concentration
- Blood Pressure†*
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
Clinical OPC with Pine Bark was named a “Best New Product”
for 2017 by Vitamin Retailer Magazine.
† Supports healthy levels already within normal range.
|French Grape||150 mg||**|
(Vitis vinifera) Seed Extract (VX1®)
standardized to contain ≥ 99% polyphenols and ≥ 80% OPCs (Tannin Free)
(Pinus pinaster) Bark Extract
(EP90™) standardized to contain ≥ 90% OPCs
** Daily Value (DV) not established
VX1® and EP90™ are products of France
Frequently Asked Questions
Tannins are a form of proanthocyanidins (another OPC) found in grape seeds, stems, and skin. As a result, they are found in many grape seed extracts. However, they have a high molecular weight, which makes them very difficult for the body to absorb, and in any case, they don’t provide strong health benefits. Clinical OPC with Pine Bark provides only low-molecular weight, easily absorbed OPCs from both botanicals, including a complex mixture of flavanolic monomers (catechin, epicatechin, epicatechin gallate) and flavanolic oligomers (dimers, trimers and tetramers).
The oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) in both pine bark and grape seed are quite similar. In fact, some of the initial research on OPCs was done on pine bark extract. Having both in one formula provides synergy and a wide spectrum of benefits.