A whopping 250 mg of Resveratrol per capsule, combined with Quercetin and Grape Seed Extract, can work wonders to get your body operating at optimum health.

What is Resveratrol?

Resveratrol is a nutrient produced by many plant species and is believed to be supportive in regulating serum lipids and supporting cardiovascular health. It is commonly produced by Vitis vinifera and lambrusca grapes and is found red and white wines.*

Nutritionists and biochemists study resveratrol because of its potential to assist in healthy heart function. The compound belongs to the phytoalexin class of phytochemicals and functions as a moderate antioxidant.*

Some researchers believe that resveratrol is partially responsible for the cholesterol health benefits of red wine, and the most popular sources of resveratrol are red wine and grapes. Small quantities of the antioxidant are found in peanuts, but they are not used in supplementary applications. The Japanese knotweed plant is a very common source of resveratrol extracts in dietary supplements and is the source we use at Supplement Spot. Many people find that drinking a glass of red wine each day is an easy way to enjoy the health benefits of resveratrol. But, using Supplement Spot’s Resvert Plus provides the benefits of 40 liters of red wine in a single serving of 2 capsules per day.

Take advantage of the many benefits of resveratrol by taking Resvert Plus.*

Grape Seed Extract

Grape Seed Extract comes from the tiny seeds of the red grape. It is rich in bioflavonoids, which are plant substances that help protect cells from free radical damage. Grape Seed Extract contains procyandolic oligomers (PCOs), also known as proanthocyanidins.

While often considered a recent discovery, proanthocyanidins have been extensively studied since the late 1960s for their powerful vascular wall strengthening properties and free radical scavenging activity. Proanthocyanidins are one of the most potent free radical scavengers known, possessing an antioxidant effect up to 50 times more potent then vitamin E and up to 20 times more powerful then vitamin C. Proanthocyanidins also have an affinity for cell membranes and may provide nutritional support to reduce capillary permeability and fragility.*

Although bioflavonoids are widespread in nature, the powerful proanthocyanidin compound is most abundant and available from the bark of the maritime pine and in grape seeds. Jacques Masquelier, Ph.D., who pioneered proanthocyanidin research, used the grape seed extract in his second phase of the proanthocyanidin investigation.*

Grape Seed Extract is both water and fat-soluble, therefore it can penetrate cell membranes delivering powerful antioxidant protection.


Quercetin is a plant pigment found in many foods such as onions, apples, berries, tea, grapes and red wine. It’s not a nutrient, but is classified as a flavonoid. These flavonoids are what give fruits and vegetables their vibrant color. Among many of its qualities, Quercetin is known for its support of healthy cholesterol levels.*

Quercetin is an excellent antioxidant that is also known for supporting prostate health. Many customers take Quercetin in combination with Maximum Prostate here at Supplement Spot for prostate health.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.