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Is OPC-3 the most powerful antioxidant in the world?

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posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 12:40 PM
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Check out these NBC news reports about OPC-3, a powerful antioxidant sold by Market America distributors which people claim do wonders. What do you think? If this product is so good, and is really "the most powerful antioxidant in the world" as its sellers claim, then why isn't it produced to be sold in stores? Why does Market America have a monopoly on it?


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Here is a news report from Taiwan about a 41 year old woman who looks to be in her 20's. She says one of her secrets is taking OPC.

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Info about the ingredients of OPC-3:

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posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 04:23 PM
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No the most powerful antioxidant is Ethoxyquin aka santoquin. Made by Monsanto.



posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 01:02 AM
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Does anyone know what the most powerful NATURAL antioxidant is? One that can't be patented and sold to the masses to create a profit of billions?



posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 04:14 AM
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Originally posted by xxshadowfaxx
Does anyone know what the most powerful NATURAL antioxidant is? One that can't be patented and sold to the masses to create a profit of billions?


OPC-3 claims to be 100 percent natural. You can Google it and research its ingredients to find out.

Btw, I should have embedded the videos above to make them easier to watch. So I'll do so now.

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Check out these NBC news reports about OPC-3, a powerful antioxidant sold by Market America distributors which people claim do wonders. What do you think? If this product is so good, and is really "the most powerful antioxidant in the world" as its sellers claim, then why isn't it produced to be sold in stores? Why does Market America have a monopoly on it?








Here is a news report from Taiwan about a 41 year old woman who looks to be in her 20's. She says one of her secrets is taking OPC.



Info about the ingredients of OPC-3:




posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 01:27 PM
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Its not natural if its patented.



posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 10:15 PM
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Not true, you can patent the process to make the Natural product.

Natural is defined as MINIMALLY processed. Some examples of processing are water, alcohol extraction, drying, mild heating, filtration, some chromatographic process's qualify under this.

and OPC-3 would surely need to be concentrated in some way to have any effect. Unless you eat literally a ton of the plant containing it.

I'd like to see how long OPC-3 prevents an oil from going rancid (a Peroxide Value of 20+) as that is the true definition of how "powerful" an antioxidant is. I'd be willing to bet tocopherols have it beat.



posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 04:22 AM
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Is there any cheaper way to get OPC3 besides getting it from Market America?

Why isn't it sold in retail stores?

What about just OPC? Is that the same thing? Where can you get it for cheaper?



posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 04:32 AM
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Hope for two years and dont take it until its on a warning if you have taken paxil commercial



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 04:08 AM
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A friend of mine told me that OPC-3 saved his son's life.



It saved my son's life while in the womb...got rid of my gout and had way more endurance. Felt more clear minded when taking it. Haven't taken it in a while because I can't afford it with being so broke...LOL! My experience has been positive with all of the isotonix products, including the Aloe...


If it were that great though, why don't they sell it in stores?

I asked my friend and mentor Walt Goodridge about this, and here is his reply, which he made a blog post out of:

www.waltgoodridge.com...

"Your question is fundamentally flawed.
It presumes that mainstream companies that sell to supermarkets are in the business of making people healthy and better. They are not. These companies (think Kelloggs, Kraft Foods, etc.) are and remain in business selling products at a profit, and generating repeat customers who get hooked on their products. That’s why there is sugar in table salt (look at the ingredients in Morton Table Salt in the US), sweeteners in soda, preservatives, MSG and other unnecessary, harmful and addictive ingredients in many products you find on supermarket shelves.
There is little that is sold in supermarkets that is really “good” for you. (Personally, the only thing I buy in supermarkets are toilet paper and bottled water. I get everything else from farmers markets and organic health food stores, or directly from the tree when I’m on Saipan)
To mass market a product requires that there be a viable profit margin selling your product at a price the masses find reasonable. The majority of items sold in supermarkets, therefore, are essentially garbage because they can be produced at low cost using inferior industrially-farmed, mass produced, genetically modified ingredients, sold at a low cost to fit within the budget of the widest audience.
It is a flaw to use widespread availability as a determinant for a product’s health effectiveness.
Your statement also presumes that the overall thrust of the FDA (Food and Drug Administration)–as well as the medical profession in general– is to cure illness. It is not. Similar to food companies, the prime directive is to keep people unhealthy so that their income through the peddling of pharmaceutical drugs is maintained.
The Gerson Therapy is outlawed in the US BECAUSE it cures cancer. Hydrogren Peroxide, DMSO, clay, etc. are all downplayed as miracle cures BECAUSE they are, and are easily accessible by the public. There is a war against nutritional supplements for the same reason.
It is a flaw to rely on medical acceptance and government support as a determinant for a product’s health effectiveness.
So, to answer your question:
It may be precisely BECAUSE it is so valuable that you will NOT see it in supermarkets. The moment you DO see such a product in a supermarket at a “reasonable” priced, that’s when you can be sure that (a) the original manufacturers have sold it to a larger concern who may have changed the production/growing process and stripped it of its original value in order to make a profit, and/or (b) lower cost inferior ingredients are being used towards that same goal. (This is what people are saying happened to Solgar, Burts Bees, Tom’s of Maine, and other brands. See
newhope360.com...
and
www.organicconsumers.org...
I could go on, but the reason things don’t seem to make sense is because your paradigm is flawed.
Did you know that lightbulbs can be manufactured to last longer? Did you know that rubber car tires and component parts of electronics can be made not to wear out as quickly as they do? Your question is similar to asking “If those lightbulbs and tires can really last longer, then why aren’t those sold in stores?"
or
“If there were really UFOs in existence, then why isn’t it mainstream news?”
This is an ordered and predictable universe that conforms to specific laws. Everything makes sense if you have the correct understanding. And your life, other people, the world and your place within it can make sense if you have the right belief system. Check out a belief system that can help you make sense of things at www.livingtruetoyourself.com...
W"



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 04:09 AM
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Here is more from Walt Goodridge about why "good products" aren't sold in stores:

"Innovative new products can't just start out being sold in stores.
There is competition for limited shelf space. There are relationships with
wholesalers that have to be cultivated and convinced before they
will distribute a product. There is FDA approval.
You've heard stories of upstart entrepreneurs selling their product
out the back of their station wagons, building a clientele,
growing their business bit by bit. That's why.

If today, you developed a product that you wanted sold,
the smartest strategy would be to use "word of mouth marketing"
through independent distributors. You can make more money,
cut out the middle man (the stores) and go directly to the consumer.

So, to use a product's
availability in major, well-established, cut-throat competitive chains
and supermarkets as a determinant of its effectiveness or credibility
is not wise."



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 10:28 AM
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It looks like OPC does have studies backing up its benefits.

healthlibrary.epnet.com...



posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 12:45 AM
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Well as I suspected, the claims about OPC-3 are definitely true. After ordering OPC-3 and taking my first double dose (aka a "loading dose"), I felt a surge of energy and mental clarity. I felt like energy and vitality were flowing through me. It was like my body was what it was 20 years ago. Amazing! I was mesmerized! When your body's circulation is flowing better, your mental clarity and alertness are improved as well, so both mind and body were benefited from this product, which contains 5 powerful antioxidants.

To put it to the test, I tried jogging and exercising and found that I could go 3 or 4 times as long without getting tired. So the result is definitely real and physiologically testable, and not just some placebo effect. I am definitely a believer now, or a knower rather. I gave a double dose to my mom too, and a few hours later her constant drowsiness and yawning stopped. No joke. Usually I prefer debunking and bashing things, not promoting or praising them, so for me to praise something, it's gotta be really really good! Seriously.

Even mainstream medical doctors admit that OPC does improve the body's circulation, because it's a proven scientific fact. Here is an example from the website of a mainstream MD:

www.drweil.com...

Anyway, I would definitely recommend this product. It does work and it does help a lot. There is no way that me being able to jog 4 times longer than usual is just a placebo effect. Besides greatly improving circulation and mental alertness, the product also boosts your immune system and repairs damage from free radicals, so it will prolong your lifespan as well.

You can get it for cheaper than from Market America from these other manufacturers below:

www.optihealthproducts.com...

www.opc-1-2-3.com...

Note: I do NOT have any affiliation or vested interest in promoting OPC.

If you decide to try it out, here are the dosage instructions:

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