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GRAPEFRUIT PECTIN
Grapefruit Fiber

(Citrus Paradisi)


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  • Grapefruit Description
  • Grapefruit Pectin Uses, Health Benefits, & Scientific Evidence
  • Grapefruit Pectin Dosage Information
  • Grapefruit Pectin Safety & Interactions
  • Grapefruit Herbal Products




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    GRAPEFRUIT DESCRIPTION

    THE GRAPEFRUIT FRUIT

    The Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) is a subtropical citrus tree known for its sour to semi-sweet fruit. Grapefruit is a hybrid originating in Barbados as an accidental cross between two introduced species, sweet orange (C. sinesis) and pomelo or shaddock (C. grandis), both of which were introduced from Asia in the seventeenth century. When found, it was named the "forbidden fruit", and it has also been misidentified with the pomelo.

    The evergreen grapefruit trees usually grow to around 16 to 20 feet tall, although they can reach 43 to nearly 50 feet in height. The leaves are glossy dark green, long (5.9-inches) and thin. It produces 2-inch white four-petaled flowers. The fruit is yellow-orange skinned and generally an oblate sheroid in shape, ranging in diameter from about 4-inches to 6-inches. The flesh is segmented and acidic, varying in color depending on the cultivars, which include white, pink and red pulps of varying sweetness (generally the redder varieties are sweeter).

    grapefruit varities


    Grapefruit comes in many varieties, determinable by color, which is caused by the pigmentation of the fruit with respect to its state of ripeness. The most popular varieties cultivated today are red, white, and pink hues, referring to the internal pulp color of the fruit. The family of flavors range from highly acidic and somewhat sour to sweet and tart. Grapefruit mercaptan, a sulfur-containing terpene, is one of the substances which has a strong influence on the taste and odor of grapefruit, compared with other citrus fruits.

    The Grapefruit is a wonderful source of vitamin C and potassium, and contains high amounts of lycopene, folate, iron, calcium, and other minerals as well. The pink and red varieties are rich in beta carotene and have anti-oxidant properties. Grapefruit is high in fiber and low in calories. This fruit has antiseptic, stomachic, tonic and diuretic properties.

    GRAPEFRUIT PECTIN

    Aside from their bright, fresh flavors and vivid colors, fresh fruits play an important dietary role as a source of healthful fiber. Some of that fiber comes in the form of insoluble fiber, or "roughage," which simply passes through your system. In other fruits, such as grapefruit, much of the fiber is in the form of pectin. Grapefruit pectin is often extracted from the fruit after it's been processed for other purposes, and the pectin is then sold for food use or as a dietary supplement.

    About Pectin: The cell walls in plant-based foods are made up of cellulose, very large molecules made up of thousands of smaller molecules of simple sugars. The plant's structural strength comes partly from the cellulose in those cell walls and partly from substances such as pectin that "glue" the cell walls together in much the same way wood adhesives are used to make plywood. Pectin can be extracted by cooking the fruit, making it available for other uses.

    Pectin as Fiber: Cellulose and pectin are both examples of dietary fiber, large carbohydrate molecules that your body can't digest. Cellulose is referred to as "insoluble" fiber because it's water-resistant and passes unaltered through the digestive tract. Pectin is an example of "soluble" fiber, which dissolves into liquids and forms a soft gel. Soluble fiber plays an important role in helping moderate lipids and blood glucose, so you'll probably find grapefruit pectin in capsule form at your favorite supplements store alongside psyllium and other common fiber supplements.

    Grapefruit Pectin in Food: After whole grapefruit are turned into frozen and canned segments or grapefruit juice, processors extract pectin and other useful products from the fruit's peel, membrane and seeds. The pectin extracted from grapefruit can be sold in purified form for home canning or used to gel commercial jams and jellies made from fruits and berries that lack adequate pectin of their own. It's also used in some fruit leathers and fruit-based candies.

    Making Your Own Pectin: If you eat grapefruit regularly, you can produce your own pectin from the leftover peels and internal membranes. Peel or grate the yellow zest from the grapefruit rinds, then chop them coarsely and soak them for an hour in 1/2 cup of lemon juice per pound of peels. This weakens the chemical bonds holding the pectin in place. Cover the peels with 1 quart of water per pound of peels and soak for a second hour, then bring the pot to a boil. After 10 to 15 minutes of simmering, remove the pot from the stove and let it cool. Strain the liquid through a jelly bag or cheesecloth, and refrigerate it for later use.

    GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT (GSE)

    Grapefruit Seed extract (GSE), is a wonderful herbal infection-fighter, which was first used by farmers to inhibit the growth of mold on their equipment. Later, cosmetic companies used it in their products as a preservative. In the early 1980s, claims that GSE could fight infections in people promoted interest within the dietary supplement industry, and GSE products started to appear in health-food stores. GSE is sometimes called citrus seed extract.

    GRAPEFRUIT ESSENTIAL OIL

    Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) is a wonderful source of vitamin C and potassium, and contains high amounts of lycopene, folate, iron, calcium, and other minerals as well. The pink and red varieties are rich in beta carotene and have anti-oxidant properties. Grapefruit is high in fiber and low in calories. This fruit has antiseptic, stomachic, tonic and diuretic properties. Grapefruit Seed extract (GSE), is a wonderful herbal infection-fighter, which was first used by farmers to inhibit the growth of mold on their equipment. Later, cosmetic companies used it in their products as a preservative. In the early 1980s, claims that GSE could fight infections in people promoted interest within the dietary supplement industry, and GSE products started to appear in health-food stores. GSE is sometimes called citrus seed extract. Grapefruit essential oil is extracted by cold press-express method from the rind of the grapefruit.

    Grapefruit Essential Oil is used in aromatherapy for purification. Latin name: Citrus paradisi. Family name: Rutacaea. Grapefruit oil is cold pressed from the peel of the U.S. grapefruit. It has a fresh, sweet, citrus scent. Some traditional uses: to lift melancholy, relieve muscle fatigue, as an astringent for oily skin, to refresh and energize the body, stimulate detoxification, as an airborne disinfectant. Emotional profile: for use with self-doubt and criticism, dependency, frustration and grief. Blends with: Lemon, Palmarosa, Bergamot, Neroli, Rosemary, Cardamom, Geranium, Lavender and Cypress essential oils.

    The aroma of Grapefruit essential oil sparks dreams of nuch-needed escapes from the world, such as getaways under palm trees in tropical climates. The grapefruit tree is a member of the Rutaceae family that grows primarily in the United States, East Asia and the Mediterranean region. Israel, in particular, has extensive grapefruit plantations, and as such it supplies much of the Grapefruit oil available. It takes about 575 pounds of grapefruit skins to make one quart of essential oil, which is produced by cold pressing and is often blended with other types of oil to make perfumes. The oil's euphoric scent balances emotions and mood swings, giving you a new zest for life. It can banish depression, cares, and fears and help to alleviate exhaustion. The oil is also thought to have a toning and drying effect on the body, and therefore is considered a good skin-care remedy. Mildly antiseptic, it helps fight inflammations and the formation of pimples. Grapefruit oil can be very cleansing to the skin.

    Grapefruit oil has a pleasantly sweet, tangy tart aroma that blends well with several other essential oils, such as frankincense, rosemary, and fir needle essential oils. Both white and pink grapefruit oils are available, with pink grapefruit essential oil generally being considered the sweeter of the two. The oil color is a pale yellow to yellow, thin in consistency, top perfumery not and a medium to strong initial aroma. It is citrusy and has the aroma of the grapefruit rind, but more concentrated.

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    GRAPEFRUIT PECTIN USES, HEALTH BENEFITS, & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    Pectin is a type of soluble fiber present in various fruits. It is commonly used to thicken foods in commercial preparations. The highest levels of pectin are found in citrus peels, oranges, apples and carrots. Pectin has many beneficial uses and has many pharmaceutical applications. Pectin is available in the form of nutritional supplements as well and is used mainly for managing increased cholesterol levels in the body. Pectin is obtained from citrus peels through the process of aqueous extraction. This type of pectin is known as citrus pectin. Pectin is used in the food industry to lend a gel-like texture to foods such as jams. The many health benefits of pectin include improvement in digestive health, regulation of bowel movements and prevention of heart disease.

    GRAPEFRUIT PECTIN DIETARY FIBER

    Getting more fiber in your diet is a good idea when trying to improve your health. Grapefruit pectin is a type of soluble fiber found in the citrus fruit that may be taken as a supplement. Adding it to your daily regimen may help lower cholesterol and act as a treatment for diarrhea. Talk to your health care provider before adding any dietary supplements to your daily routine.

    CHOLESTEROL REDUCTION

    High (elevated) cholesterol is a major risk factor, considerably increasing the risk for the development of heart disease, according to the American Heart Association, and one of the factors you may have the most control over. Grapefruit pectin may help lower your blood cholesterol levels. High cholesterol levels in the blood cause plaque buildup in the arteries and when there is a blockage in the artery leading to the heart, a heart attack can occur. One of the best ways to reduce your risk of heart disease is to control your cholesterol levels through dietary changes, exercise and intake of medication. Grapefruit pectin is known to be a beneficial remedy for lowering cholesterol levels. In one study, individuals with high cholesterol consumed grapefruit pectin for a period of 16 weeks. The results showed that the pectin resulted in a reduction of bad cholesterol or LDL in the blood. According to a 2012 study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, supplementation with citrus pectin reduced cholesterol by 6-percent to 7-percent. It is important to note that Apple Pectin may be a little more effective than citrus pectin at reducing cholesterol.

    Apples are also a valuable source of pectin. Many health experts recommend apple pectin for heart health because it is a soluble fiber which helps to reduce the absorption of cholesterol and also slows down bile recycling. The viscous gel-like nature of pectin causes it to bind to the bile acids, reduce their recycling time and increase the excretion of bile acids. Since there is a lower level of bile acids in circulation, the liver uses cholesterol to make more of them. This results in a reduction of LDL cholesterol levels. Due to its effect on cholesterol, pectin also helps to lower blood pressure. Some studies have shown that apple pectin is also beneficial for people with diabetes because it reduced blood sugar levels.

    DIGESTIVE IMPACT

    As a form of soluble fiber, grapefruit pectin forms a gel in your digestive tract, which helps slow digestion. This action may help you feel full faster and longer since it absorbs water during the process of digestion, which is beneficial if you are following a reduced-calorie diet for weight loss. Soluble fiber even slows down the absorption of carbohydrates. This keeps the blood glucose levels stable and keeps hunger pangs at bay.

    When used along with kaolin, pectin helps to treat diarrrhea. As a treatment for diarrhea, the gelling action of grapefruit pectin increases the viscosity and bulk of the stools and the decrease in transit time may help alleviate your frequent and loose stools. It is used in many commercial diarrhea medications. Pectin obtained directly from fruits supplies nutrients to the 'good' bacteria in the colon and helps to repair damages tissue in the large intestine.

    Researchers found that individuals with irritation in the intestinal lining who took pectin derived from beets experienced greater relief from constipation and intestinal irritation. This was in comparison to another group of individuals who took probiotics. Soluble fiber helps to add bulk to the stools and promotes better bowel movements, thereby alleviating constipation.

    GALL STONE PREVENTION

    Some studies have found that pectin can prevent the formation of gall stones and may also be effective in dissolving existing gall stones.

    JOINT AILMENTS

    Individuals with arthritis commonly experience symptoms such as joint pain, stiffness, inflammation and degeneration of the joints are constantly on the lookout for beneficial remedies which are non-habit-forming. Pectin which is naturally present in citrus fruits, bananas, apples and some vegetables adheres to heavy metals and removes them from the joints. This is known as chelation. The joints get damaged when heavy metals accumulate in them and cause them to become painful and stiff. Getting rid of these heavy metals through chelation enables the body to repair itself. Pectin also stimulates the production of synovial fluid which protects the joints and enables them to function properly.

    SORE THROAT

    Throat lozenges meant to relieve a sore throat commonly contain pectin. Pectin works as a demulcent and has a soothing effect on an itchy, irritated throat. Lozenges which contain pectin as the only active ingredient are beneficial for children since they taste good, soothe the throat and usually do not cause any negative effects. However it is best to consult a doctor before giving any medication to children.

    CANCER FIGHTER

    Grapefruit pectin also has anti-cancer properties. According to a 2014 article published in the Polish journal Postepy Higieny i Medycyny Doswiadczalnej, the oligosaccharides in the pectin may help promote death of cancer cells in the colon. They may also help reduce your risk of cancer by grabbing hold of and dragging out carcinogenic substances in your stool. The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center notes that the scientific data to support these claims are limited, however, and more research is necessary.

    According to one particular study, pectin may help to prevent cancer of the prostate gland. It may also be helpful in the treatment of existing prostate cancer.





    GRAPEFRUIT PECTIN DOSAGE INFORMATION

    The recommended dosage of pectin supplements is 15 grams per day. Pectin is available as a fine or coarse powder which is odorless and whitish in color. Pectin supplements should be taken with plenty of fluid.




    GRAPEFRUIT PECTIN SAFETY & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    Even though grapefruit pectin comes from a natural food, you should always discuss the use of any dietary supplement with your health care provider before you start taking it. One form of the supplement, called modified citrus pectin, has caused mild cases of diarrhea, according to Memorial Sloan Kettering. There is also concern that when combined with the cholesterol-lowering medication lovastatin, grapefruit pectin may increase low-density lipoprotein, the "bad" cholesterol..

    PECTIN SIDE EFFECTS

  • Intake of large amounts of high-fiber products such as pectin may result in certain unpleasant effects on health. When taken in high doses, grapefruit pectin may cause Liddle's syndrome (pseudohyperaldosteronism), elevated potassium clearance, excessive mineralocorticoid (hormone responsible for the balance of water and electrolytes, such as potassium and sodium) and lowered hematocrit count (percentage of red blood cell present in blood), reports the Healthline website. High doses also may increase enamel loss and tooth surface loss.

  • If you drink red wine in combination with grapefruit pectin, you will increase its adverse effects with certain medications, because this combination inhibits the way the liver breaks down some substances.

  • Ingestion of high levels of pectin may lead to gas formation and bloating in the intestinal tract. This can also cause abdominal pain and cramps. Some people do not have the enzymes necessary to break down fiber in the small intestine. As a result the fiber remains undigested and when it accumulates in the small and large intestines, gases are releases. These gases lead to abdominal discomfort and bloating.

  • Pectin helps to cleanse the intestinal tract but if it is consumed in large quantities, it may cause diarrhea. Ingesting grapefruit pectin, along with guar gum and insoluble fiber to lower cholesterol, can cause your stools to loosen and may lead to diarrhea, frequent passing of gas and frequent belching. When there is a high intake of fiber through the diet, the absorption of other nutrients may reduce in the intestinal tract and this can trigger bouts of diarrhea. Therefore it is advisable to drink plenty of water when taking fiber supplements such as pectin. These side effects may be minor compared to grapefruit pectin benefits, but they can be an unpleasant nuisance.

  • The fiber in pectin may expand inside the stomach and exert pressure on the stomach walls and the receptors in the digestive tract send a signal to the brain indicating that you are full. Hence there may be a decrease in appetite and weight loss.

  • According to Harvard Medical School, limited research and mixed results exist pertaining to the effect of grapefruit pectin in increasing the risk of developing kidney stones. In some cases, grapefruit pectin also lowers the risk of developing kidney stones. Due to inconclusive studies and conflicting results, you should practice caution and ask your health care provider first before taking grapefruit pectin if you have a history or concerns about kidney stones.

  • The passage of fiber along the digestive tract may disrupt the absorption of certain important nutrients such as calcium, zinc, iron and magnesium. These minerals may get trapped in the fiber particles and may not be able to enter the blood stream. Therefore pectin and other nutritional supplements must be taken separately.

  • Modified citrus pectin may cause an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to citrus fruits. Some people may even develop asthma symptoms. Some of the symptoms of an allergic reaction include digestive distress and diarrhea. Application of grapefruit seed extract topically can be irritating to the skin. In addition, people who work with grapefruit pectin dusts in factories may develop asthma.

  • Pectin supplements may interfere with the absorption of other medications. Most of grapefruit pectinís more-serious side effects stem from its interactions with medications. The American Family Physician (AFP) states that grapefruit, in general, can increase the risk of toxicity and adverse effects of many medications. For example, when taken with antiarrhythmics, grapefruit pectin can cause increased plasma concentrations of amiodarone, quinidine and disopyramide. Increased amiodarone concentrations in plasma can cause thyroid or pulmonary toxicity and liver injury among others, while increased quinidine and disopyramide can be cardiotoxic (toxic to the heart). Other examples of drugs that can lead to side effects when taken with grapefruit pectin include albendazole, pacerone, buspirone, carbamazepine, clomipramine, etoposide, fluvoxamine, quinidine, sertraline and sildenafil. Grapefruit pectin also interacts with some medicines used for high blood pressure, sleeping, organ transplant, migraine headaches, high cholesterol and estrogen. Therefore you should always consult your health care provider before combining pectin supplements with other medications, supplements or herbs.

  • There is inconclusive research on the effects of using pectin during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Studies have not been able to determine the effects of pectin intake on fetal development. Pregnant women should therefore, avoid taking pectin supplements until they have consulted their health care provider.





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    The grapefruit is not even 300 years old, and at the time of its 'discovery' was considered a horticultural accident during the 1700's. An Englishman by the name of Captain Shaddock brought the seeds to the West Indies from Polynesia in 1693. There are no records to prove it, but many theorize that the grapefruit is a cross between a Pomelo and a Sweet Orange, but no one knows for sure how it came about. By 1750, it was known as the 'Forbidden Fruit' or a smaller shaddock, after the mariner who brought it to the Caribbean. It did not make an appearance on American shores until 1823 when it was brought to Tampa, Florida from the Bahamas, where it flourished in the heat. It still did not become widely popular until the late 19th century. Today the USA is the world's major producer of the fruit. The current name is a reference to the way the fruit clusters on the tree which is similar to a bunch of grapes. Every part of the fruit can be eaten and utilized. Peel is used as a tea, body scrub, in the bath and may also be used to make extracts. Still considered one of the 7 wonders of Barbados, the grapefruit is high in vitamin C, fiber, potassium, iron, and calcium. It is considered an excellent antioxidant.
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    Broad spectrum grapefruit seed extract (12:1) dietary supplement.
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    Each tablet contains 250 mg Grapefruit powder plus 450 mg of a proprietary blend of bladderwrack plant, gymnema sylvestre, ginger, green tea extract, ginseng powder, milk thistle, uva ursi, and juniper berries.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Pectin, Vegetarian, Now Foods, 500 mg, 120 VCaps
    A dietary fiber supplement supports intestinal health. 100% pure grapefruit pectin, a vegetarian formula.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Pectin, Source Naturals, 1000 mg, 60 Tabs
    A soluble fiber dietary supplement of grapefruit pectin complex, yielding approximately 37% pectin. Suitable for vegetarians and hypoallergenic.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Pectin, Source Naturals, 1000 mg, 120 Tabs
    A soluble fiber dietary supplement of grapefruit pectin complex, yielding approximately 37% pectin. Suitable for vegetarians and hypoallergenic.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Pectin, Source Naturals, 1000 mg, 240 Tabs
    A soluble fiber dietary supplement of grapefruit pectin complex, yielding approximately 37% pectin. Suitable for vegetarians and hypoallergenic.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit COG FDP, Eclectic Institute Inc, 90 Grams (3.2 oz.)
    Raw, fresh freeze-dried, organic Grapefruit Powder (Citrus paradisi) dietary supplement consisting of whole fruit, including peel and pectin. Plant origiated wellness.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Pectin Powder, Source Naturals, 4 oz
    A soluble fiber dietary supplement of grapefruit pectin complex in powder form, 1 rounded teaspoon (3 grams) yields approximately 37% pectin. Suitable for vegetarians and hypoallergenic. To use, add one rounded teaspoon in a blender combined with your favorite juice and fruit.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Pectin Powder, Source Naturals, 8 oz
    A soluble fiber dietary supplement of grapefruit pectin complex in powder form, 1 rounded teaspoon (3 grams) yields approximately 37% pectin. Suitable for vegetarians and hypoallergenic. To use, add one rounded teaspoon in a blender combined with your favorite juice and fruit.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Pectin Powder, Source Naturals, 16 oz
    A soluble fiber dietary supplement of grapefruit pectin complex in powder form, 1 rounded teaspoon (3 grams) yields approximately 37% pectin. Suitable for vegetarians and hypoallergenic. To use, add one rounded teaspoon in a blender combined with your favorite juice and fruit.
    HerbsPro: Bergamot Grapefruit Oil, Heritage Products, 8 fl oz
    Massage oil for beautiful skin, pure nourishing formula with an elegant uplifting aroma. Ingredients include peanut oil, olive fruit oil, lanolin oil, grapefruit peel oil, bergamot oil, and vitamin E.
    HerbsPro: Cham Grapefruit Moisturizer, The Grapeseed Company, 2.2 fl. oz.
    An anti-aging skin care formula from the vine. Ingredients include aloe juice, rose distillate, coconut oil, grapeseed oil, witch hazel, Vitamin E, sweet almond oil, honey, xanthan gum, oatstraw extract, black willowbark extract, neem oil, mannan, blue chamomile essential oil, pink grapefruit essential oil, lavender essential oil, and rosemary essential oil. Apply liberlly in light upward circular motions to face and neck area following cleansing and toning.
    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Moisturizing Lotion, Mill Creek Botanicals, 16 fl. oz.
    A moisturizer for beautiful skin, naturally. Absorbs quickly. Clarifiying and uplifting. Natural and organic ingredients, botanicals, paraben free used to soothe dry, rough skin. Ingredients include grapefruit extract, aloe vera, safflower oil, Vitamin E, pro-Vitamin B-5, allantoin, yucca extract, comfrey extract, goldenseal extract, calendula extract, echinacea extract, wild rose hip extract, and cactus flower.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Grapefruit Peel, Cut & Sifted, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb: C
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Powder (Citrus Paradisi), Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Juice Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Juice Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Juice Powder Extract 4:1, Kalyx,1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Fruit Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Fruit Powder Extract 4:1, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Seed Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Seed Powder Extract 4:1, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed 4:1 Powdered Extract, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Fiber Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit 4:1 Powdered Extract, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Powder (Citrus Paradisi), Kalyx, 5 kg (11 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Fiber Powder, Kalyx, 5 kg (11 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Fruit Powder, Kalyx, 5 kg (11 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Grapefruit 4:1 Powdered Extract, Kalyx, 5 kg (11 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Juice Powder Concentrate, Kalyx, 5 kg (11 lbs): Q
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Juice Powder, Kalyx, 10 kg (22 lbs): EB
    Grapefruit Seed Non-Alcoholic Non-Alcoholic Extract (Citrus paradisi) 2 fl oz: HH


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

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    Amazon: Grapefruit Pectin Products

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  • Nutrition Basics: Grapefruit Seed Herbal Information



  • GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT (GSE) HERBAL SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

    Grapefruit Seed Extract acts as a broad spectrum antiseptic and antibiotic. Keeps the wound clean and helps to speed healing with Grapefruit Seed Extract & Tea Tree Oil. Grapefruit seed extract has been demonstrated to be effective against 800 different types of viruses, bacteria, yeast and fungi. The therapeutic effects of the grapefruit seed extract works both externally and internally against the viruses, yeast, bacteria and fungi by actually killing the killing germs. At the same time, grapefruit seed extract stimulates the immune system and works like an antibiotic drug without destroying the helpful bacteria that are normally present. The components of the grapefruit seed extract contains bioflavonoids, vitamin V and vitamin E. These work as antioxidants and makes grapefruit seed extract one of the most powerful natural antioxidants available. One study reported that 20 women with chronic vaginal itching and other discomforts apparently due to overgrowth of the organism Candida albicans responded well to grapefruit seed extract douches. It has been know to help with osteoporosis, herpes simplex virus, head lice and even used as a pesticide residue and a germicidal cleaner for the home. Osteoporisis is a result of a porous bone stucture that has broken down in bone density, an attack on bones cells and cell membranes that can cause pain and ease of broken bones. The antioxidants in grapefruit seed help minimize bone loss by neutralzing free radicals. Using an application of grapefruit seed extract solution, one part of the extract and nine parts water, dab on herpes virus, and within ten minutes the virus becomes inactive. Dab gently each day to affected area. For head lice, mix two quaters shampoo and one quarter of the extract solution (20 drops to one cup of water) and throughly massage into hair and scalp. Then place a shower cap over the hair and allow the mixture to work for approcimately twenty minutes. Rinse the hair well and groom with a delousing comb. More than one application of this treatment may be necessary. For a pesticide residue on fruits and vegetables, use a solution of the grapefruit extract and water and rub gently to fruits. It will remove any pesticides, microbes or bacteria that may be present on surfaces. It is also a great germicidal cleaning solution for the home. Use a solution from ten drops of the extract to one quart of water and clean as normal. Besides ridding the house of germs, it also keeps it smelling clean and pure.

    Treatment: Grapefruit Seed Extract should be taken between meals. If irritating to the digestive tract, it may be taken with meals or in powder form (capsule). Dosages given are for a person of approximately 150 lbs.; adjust dosage according to weight. Days 1-3: ten drops (50/50 dilution) twice daily in vegetable or diluted fruit juice (or one 125 mg. capsule twice daily). Days 4-10: fifteen drops twice daily (or one capsule three times daily). Days 11-28: fifteen drops three times daily (or two capsules two to three times daily). Some people will show satisfactory improvement on the lower doses and therefore not require an increase; on the other hand, some resistant cases may require a slightly higher dose than given above. The schedule may also be modified: for some, the twenty-eight day course may prove unnecessary-two to three weeks may suffice. Once satisfactory improvement is noted, gradually reduce the Grapefruit Seed Extract dosage; if symptoms reappear, a return to a higher dose may be required. A four week treatment may not be sufficient-longstanding chronic cases may require four to six months of constant vigilance. Vaginal rinse: Add sixteen drops of Grapefruit Seed Extract to sixteen ounces of room temperature water (use only filtered, distilled, or boiled water) and shake well in a closed jar. Douche once daily for three days. (For greater retention of the solution, douche in a reclining position.) Repeat every fifth day thereafter. Caution: If severe vaginal irritation occurs, reduce mixture to five drops per pint of water. Discontinue if irritation persists. Do not douche if pregnant or menstruating unless advised by a health care practitioner. Note: Before beginning any treatment, a diagnosis by a qualified practitioner is necessary to establish whether or not the perceived symptoms are in fact being caused by Candida. The possiblity of reinfection by transmission from a sexual partner must also be considered if a cure is to be permanent.

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Grapefruit Standardized Concentrate, Natures Way, 60 VCaps (62660)
    Grapefruit Seed is standardized to a 12:1 concentrate. Grapefruit Seed contains compounds that provide broad-spectrum intestinal health benefits. Grapefruit juice typically excludes the all-important health benefits provided by the seed.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed Extract, Alcohol Free (Citrus paradisi), Health & Herbs, 2 fl oz: HH
    Grapefruit Seed is an antimicrobial, antibiotic, antifungal, and antibacterial. Since its discovery, Grapefruit Seed Extract has been found to have a myriad of beneficial uses. It is truly one of the most amazing natural products ever discovered. Grapefruit Seed Extract, according to published sources, is effective against more than 800 bacterial and viral organisms, 100 strains of fungus, and a large number of single-cell and multi-celled parasites. Used topically as an antiseptic wound cleaner and to treat infections of the skin. Internally, the concentrate is useful as a supportive treatment for a wide variety of ailments, including Candida infections, sore throats, intestinal upset, etc. May also be used to purify drinking water when camping or traveling to foreign countries. It may be used as a surface disinfectant in place of commonly used cleaners like bleach or ammonia-based products. Works against viruses, bacteria, funguses, molds, parasites, e-coli, strep, staph, salmonella, and other disease-causing germs. Use 1 to 5 drops in 8 ounces of water or fruit juice, once daily or as needed.
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed Non-Alcoholic Extract (Citrus paradisi), 2 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed Extract, Alcohol Free (Citrus paradisi), Health & Herbs, 8 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed Non-Alcoholic Extract (Citrus paradisi), Health & Herbs, 8 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed Extract, Alcohol Free (Citrus paradisi), Health & Herbs, 16 fl. oz: HH
    Kalyx: Grapefruit Seed Non-Alcoholic Extract (Citrus paradisi), Health & Herbs, 16 fl oz: HH
    Grapefruit Seed Non-Alcoholic Extract (Citrus paradisi, Health & Herbs, 32 fl oz: HH
    Grapefruit Seed Non-Alcoholic Extract (Citrus paradisi). Health & Herbs, 32 fl oz: HH


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: GSE Grapefruit Seed Extract Products

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  • PERSONAL CARE USE

    FACIAL CLEANSER: Thoroughly splash, or moisten face with water (either cool or warm is fine). With hands still wet apply 1 to 2 drops of extract to your fingertips and massage into skin using a circular motion. Rinse thoroughly after use and pat dry. You may notice a minor tingling sensation afterwards. This is the deep cleansing properties of the grapefruit seed extract.

    SKIN RINSE (For very minor skin irritations): Dilute extract with water (about 1 to 2 drops per tablespoon). Apply this solution directly to irritated area of the skin twice daily. If additional irritation continues discontinue immediately and seek the advice of your health care provider.

    NAIL TREATMENT: Dilute extract with water or alcohol (1 to 3 drops per tablespoon). Apply this solution directly on the surface of the nail along the cuticle and underneath the front of the nail. Or soak nails twice daily for as long as needed .

    SCALP TREATMENT: Add 2 to 3 drops of extract to each shampooing. Massage into scalp and leave on for a minimum of 2 minutes. Rinse of thoroughly and be cautious not to get in eyes. This may also be used without shampoo.

    HOUSEHOLD USE

    TOOTHBRUSH CLEANER: Stir 2 to 4 drops of extract into a glass of water. Immerse toothbrush for 15 minutes. Be sure to rinse toothbrush before using. Change water and remix every 2 to 3 days.

    VEGETABLE WASH: (Sink Washing) Add 20 or more drops of extract into a sink full of cold water. Briefly soak any vegetables, meats fruits, or poultry. (Spray Washing) Add 20 drops per 32 ounce bottle of water with sprayer pump. Shake thoroughly and spray on any vegetables, meats, fruits, or poultry. Rinse when done.

    DISH & UTENSIL CLEANER: Add 10 to 20 drops of extract to sink dishwashing water or to final rinse. You may do the same for dishwashers.

    CUTTING BOARD CLEANER: Apply 5 to 10 drops of extract to cutting board and work into entire board with a wet sponge or dishcloth. Leave on for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with water before using.

    ALL PURPOSE CLEANER: Add 15 to 30 drops of extract to any 32 ounce pump sprayer filled with your favorite cleanser or this can be added just to water. Use on all surfaces of the house.






    NUTRIBIOTIC GSE PRODUCTS

    NutriBiotic GSE (Grapefruit Seed Extract) can be taken internally or used externally. Nutribiotic Skin Ointment with GSE can be used topically for such things as scrapes, scratches and cuts. NutriBiotic Skin Ointment with GSE can also be used on the lips and in the mouth on cold sores and canker sores.

    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Nutribiotic GSE Products
    Amazon: Grapefruit Seed Extract, Nutribiotic, 100 Tabs
    Amazon: Grapefruit Seed Extract, Maximum Strength, Nutribiotic, 250 mg, 60 Caps
    Amazon: Maximum Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) Liquid, Nutribiotic, 1 fl. oz.
    Amazon: Nutribiotic - GSE Liquid Concentrate, 4 fl. oz.
    Amazon: Skin Ointment, Cream With GSE, Nutribiotic, 0.5 fl. oz.




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