Resveratrol to the rescue…

… heart rescue that is. Resveratrol was fairly recently discovered hiding among nature’s seeds and roots and fruits primarily in the color red. I know, weird, apparently just another of life’s mysteries, but researchers following up on an old wives tale discovered it. The old wives tale maintained that wine was good for the heart. I always assumed that the rosie glow one gets from drinking wine and the romantic spell it can create were what the tale was about.

Well I was wrong. The wives tale was actually referring to the benefits our heart “the actual organ” gets from wine. Wine is loaded with antioxidants which help to prevent heart disease. They do this by increasing the good cholesterol levels in our blood and thereby help to prevent arterial hardening and plaque from building up in your cardiovascular system.

But don’t worry. You won’t have to start drinking gallons of wine daily to keep your heart healthy. Researchers began to investigate what substance in red wine could be responsible for the healthy benefits. They boiled these choices down to the flavonoids in wine and in particular one they named resveratrol.

They zeroed in on this particular substance because it does the same cellular repair work for the plants which create it as it seems to do in lab animals. It protects plant cells from the effects of poor nutrition or bad growing conditions, and the plant itself from insect attacks and plant diseases.

After looking at resveratrol levels in dozens of plants it turns out resveratrol is found in the highest concentration levels in an herb called knotweed. This herb is almost exclusively found in China and Japan and that’s where most of the world supply comes from now.

For more product information and suppliers please visit our homepage and snoop around! Our Chinese herbal remedy store has a great selection of products, including resveratrol, all dedicated to improving your overall health and vitality. Here is a link:

Want to live forever, or at least a lot longer?

Not everybody does, you know, but if you do, surprise surprise, you may not have long to wait.

Now that we can manufacture new cells using our own DNA, living longer becomes a simple plumbing problem; out with the trash  in our cells which cause errors in cell replication and on with producing exact duplicates to the original cells.

However, we’re not quite there yet, so maintenance is still the key to longevity.  If you keep in tip top condition through proper diet and exercise chances are good you will, if you are still under 40, live to well over 100 years old!

One of the key ingredients to life everlasting turns out to have a lot to do with free radicals crashing round and about our bodies and doing irreparable damage to our brain cells and our cardiovascular network.

Science has recently focused in on one of the key molecules discovered to help us live longer. It has hidden itself in the color red among natures fruits, seeds, and roots but is found in abundance, relatively speaking, in the

Honorable Grape;

or more particularly in red wine.  The name of this incredible antioxidant is


What this molecule does is it goes to work on a cellular level ridding the body of those aggressive molecules that gang up on and in individual cells in your body, and whose action results in imperfect cell reproduction.

This, in turn, causes cellular degeneration which results in early aging.

As I said earlier, aging is simply a nano sized plumbing problem of flushing out the trash which collects in our cells. If you would like more information or how to obtain this product, in combination with a host of other anti-aging nutrients and minerals, follow the link below:


When you land on the page scroll down to the link for Chinese Herbal Remedies and be prepared to be amazed at the variety of medicinal herbs available.

Warmest regards and great health to all, Bob Parmelee

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