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Pterostilbene is a natural methylated stilbene molecule found in Blueberries and grapes. It is also present in Kino Tree an indian native tree scientifically known as pterocarpus Marsupium. The bark of this tree has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic practitioners for blood sugar balance and inflammation conditions.
Pterostilbene has an increased and advanced bioavailability than its complementaries. It is more potent in oral administration as its well absorbed in the body. Owing its to its scarce availability in plants and foods it's profound to supplement Swanson Ultra Pterostilbene. Research of the pterostilbene has shown that it has neurological benefits, something that has intensified its research recently around the world.
The availability of methoxy groups in pterostilbene makes it to have increased oral and lipophilic absorption. Its active bioavailability nature which rates at 80% of its complementaries makes it a great therapeutic agent.
Swanson Ultra Pterostilbene has been used since the ancient days, such is its long standing health benefits in inflammation and diabetes. It has commanding aspects of curbing neurological issues, cancer, inflammation and other conditions that have not yet been scientifically proved.
Other studies have shown Swanson Ultra Pterostilbene to have vast therapeutic and preventive properties for hematologic disorders, metabolic and cardiovascular conditions. Research on Swanson Ultra Pterostilbene is still ongoing to determine more and enhance its clinical benefits.
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