Nature’s Pearl Premium Muscadine Products

Nature’s Pearl Premium Muscadine Grape Products   Natures Pearl Premium Muscadine Products

If you are looking for the best muscadine grape products, you won’t find any better than Nature’s Pearl Premium Muscadine Grape Seed Products.

Nature’s Pearl is a leading company of muscadine products including supplementsskin care, and personal care.

Scientific studies have discovered that the unique combination of over 100 powerful phenolic compounds found naturally in Muscadine grapes, such as RESVERATROL, ELLAGIC ACID, QUERCETIN AND OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins), contain powerful antioxidants which can fight inflammation caused by free radical damage.

In April, 2011, Wake Forest University Doctors Ann Tallant & Patricia Gallagher presented an abstract to the American Association for Cancer Research. The Abstract showed that Nature’s Pearl Muscadine Supplement with muscadine grape seed and Continue reading

Nature’s Pearl Muscadine Supplements Slows or Stops Cancer Growth in Research Study

 Natures Pearl Muscadine Supplements Slows or Stops Cancer Growth in Research Study Nauture’s Pearl Premium Muscadine Products is based in Advance, NC and was in the news a few months ago regarding a cancer research study. The Clemmons Courier reported that Wake Forest University Doctors Ann Tallant & Patricia Gallagher presented an abstract to the American Association for Cancer Research. The Abstract showed that Nature’s Pearl Muscadine Supplement with muscadine grape seed and skin extract was effective on slowing or stopping cancer growth on seven types of cancers: lung, colon, breast, skin, brain and leukemia.

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Nature’s Pearl Muscadine Supplement Slows or Stops Cancer Growth in Research Study

Muscadines: The Smarter Grape

America’s First Grape: The Muscadine  muscadines vine 292x300 Muscadines:  The Smarter Grape

[[Muscadines]] are a species of grape indigenous to the southeastern United States.  When the fruit ripens it ranges from bronze to purple to black, but many remain green in the wild.  The skin is very thick and tart and several small green seeds are found in each muscadine grape. The pulp is viscous and sweet and the seeds are bitter.  They have been cultivated since the 16th century and were a big part of early Native American diets.

In 1584 Sir Walter Raleigh landed on the coast of North Carolina and discovered muscadines growing in the wild. He described them as being “on the sand and on the green soil, on the hills as on the plains, as well as on every little shrub … also climbing towards the tops of tall cedars … They were as wild and untamed as the land they covered. In all the world the like abundance is not to be found.”  (In 2001, the [[Scuppernong]]  was named the official state fruit of NC.)

The Muscadine Grape has evolved over hundreds of years to withstand adverse growing conditions and disease that is often fatal to other American and European grapes.  Muscadine are vigorous vines that may grow up to 100 ft. in the wild and are well adapted to the warm, humid conditions of the southeastern U.S.

Muscadines: The Smarter Grape

More recently, the muscadine grape has been causing a buzz among people seeking natural ways to look and feel healthy. Continue reading