The polysaccharides in Grapestone have shown strong activity in both boosting the body’s own defenses against pathogens, and in acting directly to inhibit viruses, preventing them from binding to our own healthy cells.
The most researched viruses that Grapestone has been shown to fight are HIV and all types of Herpes. Grapestone has also been used to treat other viral infections, as well as fungal and bacterial invaders such as candida and antibiotic-resistant streptococcus.
Grapestone has a tonic effect on the digestive system, useful for ulcers and irritable bowel, as well as on the respiratory system in cases of asthma, emphysema, and hard-to-heal infections.
These conditions are helped both by the immune-boosting activity of the seaweed and by its anti-inflammatory properties. These anti-inflammatory properties are also useful for skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis, which Grapestone works to heal from the inside out.
Potassium, selenium, and iodine are the main mineral components of seaweeds, along with calcium and healthy sodium. All of these minerals are in colloidal form, transmuted from their elemental metallic state to a more bioavailable form which is suspended in liquid by a natural negative electrical charge which also facilitates better absorption of other nutrients taken at the same time.