Oricell™ Rejuvite


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OriCell™ Rejuvite contains high concentrations of Resveratrol and a wide range of biologically active components compounded in P. cuspidatum and Vitis vinifera.

Resveratrol possesses remarkable antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

P. cuspidatum has Phytoalexin while Vitis vinifera has high content of flavonoids (proanthocyanidins – 95%) which helps to alleviate allergic reactions.

Resveratrol In Skin Health

Oricel™ Rejuvite Helps

Resveratrol In Menopausal Symptoms [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

Oricel™ Rejuvite Improves Menopausal Symptoms

Resveratrol In Strengthening Bone Health

Resveratrol has similar structure to estrogen that can upregulate vitamin D receptors to promote bone formation.[6]

Regular supplementation improves bone mineral density in postmenopausal women. Improve microcirculation to tissues resulted in a reduced major fracture probability. [7]

Resveratrol In Gastrointestinal Health

Prolonged consumption of painkillers or H. pylori infection causes gastrointestinal inflammation. Studies have shown that supplementation of resveratrol has the excellent beneficial effect in gastrointestinal ulcers and Hpylori infection by inhibiting the expression and activation of nuclear factors (NF-KB) and intracellular transcriptional enzymes (MAPKs) [8]

Resveratrol In Gastrointestinal Health


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  7. Wong, R. Thaung Zaw, J. Xian, C, and Howe, P. 2020. Regular Supplementation With Resveratrol Improves Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women: A Randomized. Placebo-Controlled Trial. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 35(11), pp.2121-2131.
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