Grape Seed Oil
Grape seed oil is the main carrier oil of Pain Free and carries all others oils deep into the tissue. It is also a topical vessel dilator and anti-inflammatory. Grape Seed Oil is also a terrific source of anti-oxidants. Grape seed oil is a medicinal herb used primarily for it’s in high proanthocyanidin content. Proanthocyanidin is a bioflavonoid, which has demonstrated anti-oxidant properties and is taken by some as a treatment for arthritis, bruises, phlebitis, varicose veins, and other vascular problems. It has also been utilized in the treatment of allergies that respond to antihistamines. Grape seed oil anti-oxidant properties have been used for treating inflammation, cardiac or cerebral infarction, and hypoxia from arteriosclerosis. Grape Seed oil is a preferred ingredient for damaged and stressed tissues, possessing regenerative and restructuring qualities. Effectively acts as a potent and powerful antioxidant, protecting and strengthening connective tissue. Grape Seed Oil is an expeller pressed from Italian and French Grape Seeds.
It is natural light oil, similar to almond oil, and has no noticeable odor. Grape Seed Oil can be used on all skin types and does not aggravate acne. It has slightly astringent qualities. In order for the oil to be effective you have to blend it with a carrier, and a carrier is just that: it carries the essential oil to where you need it most. This will allow you to enjoy the full benefits of what the oils were made to do. When applied with the other carriers medicinal eucalyptus will do all kinds of great things. Let’s take a look at what this great product and all its components can do for you Antioxidants are important protectors of health because they provide electrons that neutralize “”free radicals””–molecules with unpaired electrons, which have the power to cause degenerative and life-threatening diseases.Neutralize-Free-Radicals Free radicals are produced from normal oxygen metabolism within the body, and from exposure to certain chemicals, environmental pollutants, sunlight, radiation, burns, cigarette smoke, drugs, alcohol, viruses, bacteria, parasites, dietary fats, and more.