Many consumers use a combination of both Flavay® and Flavay Plus® in order to economically obtain the clinical dosage of Flavay®...

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Flavay®:

Flavay®: clinical results were obtained using about 1.5 mg per pound of body weight (average 2 capsules for adults and 1 capsule for children) per day. Many people take double this amount very successfully. It is common to take more for specific needs, during times of extreme physical exertion, stress, allergies, or arthritic pain. (1-8)

Flavay® is the authentic small-cluster proanthocyanidins complex derived from French pine bark and grape seeds—pure and unadulteratedused in the actual experiments by which Dr. Jack Masquelier established the "Radical Scavenger Effect."

"[A] method for preventing and fighting the harmful biological effects of free radicals in the organism of warm blooded animals and more especially human beings, namely cerebral involution, hypoxia following atherosclerosis, cardiac or cerebral infarction, tumour promotion, inflammation, ischaemia, alterations of the synovial liquid, collagen degradation, among others. The method consists in administering to said animals and especially to human beings an amount, efficient against said effects, of a plant extract with a proanthocyanidins content which has a radical scavenger effect"—Dr. Jack Masquelier, 1987. (1-3)

More than 60 years of solid scientific research, patents and clinical studies, rigorous manufacturing controls and comprehensive identity testing to safeguard quality and consistency; produced at the same French manufacturing facilities for pharmaceutical over-the-counter and dietary supplement uses worldwide. Flavay® is the name you can trust for pure, unadulterated and authentic small-cluster OPCs manufactured in France for over 60 years.

Flavay Plus®:

Flavay Plus®: also includes phosphatidyl serine for which the clinical results were obtained using 200-300 mg (average 4-6 capsules for adults and 2 capsules for children) per day. So, many consumers use a combination of both Flavay® and Flavay Plus® in order to economically obtain the clinical dosage of Flavay® (see above). Many have adjusted the dosage until desired results were obtained. (106-108, 110-113)

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