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Pure Resveratrol 15000


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Potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective, vasorelaxant and neuroprotective supports. Promote the effects of NMN to boost NAD+ synthesis. Pure Resveratrol 15000 is an excellent antioxidant supplement.

Features of Pure Resveratrol 15000

  • Anti-inflammation
  • Potent antioxidant for the skin and body functions
  • Positively support heart, neural, skin health, fertility and weight etc.
  • Pure resveratrol white powder, no gelatin capsule nor other ingredients
  • Safe and reliable, GMP production, quality certified by SGS
  • >98% purity, the only Polygonum Cuspidatum resveratrol powder
  • The only and the longest expiration of 36 months, the most stable quality

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GMP, ISO 22000, HACCP certified by SGS

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What is Pure Resveratrol 15000?

Pure Resveratrol 15000 is a powerful nutritional supplement that promotes health and antioxidation. It is extracted from the most pure resveratrol powder found in natural polygonum cuspidatum, containing 15,000 mg of resveratrol and no other ingredients or impurities. It achieves the highest purity of 98% on the market, making it the only resveratrol powder supplement available in Hong Kong.

Benefits of Resveratrol Supplement

  • Resveratrol can whiten the skin while providing antioxidant and anti-wrinkle effects.
  • It activates collagen proliferation and repairs damaged cells.
  • Maintains the health of the heart and blood vessels, and strengthens bodily functions.
  • Resveratrol also assists in female fertility, increasing ovarian egg reserves and prolonging egg life.
  • Strengthens bones and alleviates pain from arthritis and shoulder periarthritis.
  • Enhances the effectiveness of Pure NMN 15000 and Pure SPD Spermidine 15000.
  • Improves brain health and reduces the impact of Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, and Parkinson’s diseases.

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Ingest 1 scoop (250 mg), or multiple scoops (2 scoops ~= 500 mg), dissolved resveratrol in a fat food source or along with a meal.


  • Do not use if safety seal is broken or damaged.
  • Individuals with allergies to any ingredients should not take this product.
  • Avoid direct sunlight. Store tightly in a cool, dry place below 25°C / 77°F within 36 months. Store in the fridge or freezer after opening.
  • Always consult your health professional before using this product, particularly if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, children under the age of 18, are aware of a medical condition or are taking any medication.


Pure Resveratrol Supplement – Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory

Pure Resveratrol 15000 contains effective potent trans-resveratrol providing potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective, vasorelaxant, phytoestrogenic and neuroprotective supports for your body.

Resveratrol exerts neuroprotective effect from notably Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s diseases through improved mitochondrial functions and biogenesis. Having already been commonly used for hepatitis, arthritis, or skin inflammation treatments, resveratrol’s health benefits extends to cover not only antimicrobial,  anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective and blood-sugar lowering effects, but also its potential anti-aging agent through increasing ovarian follicular reserve and prolong ovarian life span.

Overwhelming number of studies have demonstrated that taking highly bioavailable resveratrol as a nutraceutical is an essential support to achieve healthy aging.

Find out what Resveratrol is in this article.

The statements above have not been evaluated by any food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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FAQ of Pure Resveratrol 15000

The number next to Pure Resveratrol 15000 represents the resveratrol content of this health supplement. The label 15000 indicates that this product contains 15,000mg of resveratrol. This product is a resveratrol powder, not the common resveratrol capsules found on the market, making it easier for the body to absorb and without any other unnecessary ingredients.

Consumers should be aware that this is not applicable for all brands. Some brands may not show how much milligrams of resveratrol or NMN in each capsule due to minimal content and some would add up the milligrams of multiple ingredients to package under NMN 18000 for example. while the actual strength of NMN is less than what is made believe.

At Rescence, we value integrity. We recommend that whether it’s for supplements or food, always check the label to see no inferior ingredient is mixed in to support your wonderful longevity journey!

Depending on your individual constitution and needs, it is recommended to consume more than 25 mg of resveratrol powder daily, as taking less than or equal to 25 mg of resveratrol powder per day will not provide any benefits to the body. The below list shows the dosages used in recent human trials:

75 mg was given to type 2 diabetes patients with improved neurovascular coupling capacity and improved cognitive performance.

270 mg was given to overweight, obese or postmenopausal people with improved flow-mediated dilatation.

80 mg and 282 mg were given to overweight or obese subjects with improvement in mitochondrial capacity, fat oxidation stimulation.

250-500 mg of trans-resveratrol showed improvement in cerebral blood flow in healthy subjects.

In a meta-analysis of the effects of resveratrol on glucose control and insulin sensitivity, doses ranging from 8 to 1,500 mg/day and durations ranging from 2 weeks to 6 months were used; these studies included patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, obesity, or metabolic syndrome, as well as healthy volunteers.

High-dosage Resveratrol Users

Resveratrol at a high dose (1,000 mg twice daily) was administered for up to one year in patients with mild to severe Alzheimer’s disease and 500 mg three times daily for six months in individuals with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. The first dose for exercise capacity was 500 mg twice daily for one week, followed by 1,000 mg twice daily for the remaining three weeks.

A continuous intake of moderate dosage 450 mg – 1000 mg / 1 g renders positive health effects associated with oxidative stress and inflammation.

5,000 mg / 5g of resveratrol was given to patients of Friedreich ataxia for 12 weeks showing improvement in neurologic function, audiology and speech measures as well as oxidative stress marker plasma.

500 mg, 1000 mg, 2,500 mg, and 5,000 mg were given to 40 healthy volunteers for 29 days resulting in a reduction of cancer risk. The highest reduction was observed with a 2,500 mg / 2.5 g dosage.

People have varying tolerances for resveratrol, and there is no universally advised amount. People should see their physician determine the dose that is both safe and useful for their body.

Resveratrol is generally considered safe with few obvious side effects. A safe and efficient dose of Resveratrol supplement is 1000 mg / 1 g up to 5000 mg / 5 g per day. Clinical research demonstrates that consuming resveratrol in amounts up to 5g resveratrol supplement per day is medically safe, while over 2.5 g per day is likely to cause stomach side effects such as cramps, flatulence, nausea, and more.

Dr. Sinclair has said in a recent interview that he himself takes 1,000 mg of NMN daily in addition to 1,000 mg of resveratrol without seeing any harmful effects for over a decade. 

Bioavailability of resveratrol is higher on an empty stomach (8 hours of fasting) and when taken in the morning due to the influence of the circadian rhythm.

Dr. David Sinclair, the longevity genetic expert and Harvard professor, has been using NMN over a decade. He dissolves the white powder form of NMN and resveratrol in either Greek yogurt or organic cold press olive oil before ingestion every morning.

Resveratrol requires the fat source to ingest along hence the dissolution in Greek yogurt or in olive oil prior to oral intake. 

In general, if a person consumes resveratrol in small doses over a short period of time, they will not suffer any negative effects. However, with daily dosages of 2.5 g or more, the following adverse effects may occur:

One participant in a 2016 study got fever and cytopenia (low blood cell count) when consuming 1.5 g resveratrol per day for 6 months.

When taken orally: Resveratrol is commonly found in modest levels in foods. When used orally in quantities of up to 1500 mg daily for up to three months, resveratrol supplements may be safe. For 2-6 months, higher dosages of up to 2000-3000 mg daily have been used successfully. These greater dosages, however, are more likely to induce gastrointestinal trouble.

Skin Application: Resveratrol may be safe to take for up to 30 days.

Nasal Spray: Resveratrol is possibly safe when used for up to 4 weeks.

In those with bleeding problems, resveratrol may decrease blood coagulation and increase the risk of bleeding.

Resveratrol has the potential to mimic estrogen. If anyone has a disease that might be exacerbated by estrogen exposure like breast cancer, uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, endometriosis, or uterine fibroids, they avoid using resveratrol. Women having a history of estrogen-sensitive malignancies, such as breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers, should avoid resveratrol supplements until more is known about its estrogenic effect in humans.

Yes. All products of Rescence Laboratory manufactures to the guidelines of good manufacturing practices (GMP) with the highest purity (over 98%); in addition, all batches are tested and certified by a third party, world’s leading testing body SGS, to perform quality control tests assuring product quality and safety. 

Every batch of Rescence Pure Resveratrol is tested for the more comprehensive PAHs, PA4H, meeting the stringent European Commission (EC) regulation on the carcinogenic PAHs ( polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) while the majority of trans-resveratrol in the market do not meet this standard.  

References of Resveratrol Supplement

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Salehi, B., Mishra, A., Nigam, M., Sener, B., Kilic, M., Sharifi-Rad, M., Fokou, P., Martins, N., & Sharifi-Rad, J. (2018). Resveratrol: A Double-Edged Sword in Health Benefits. Biomedicines, 6(3), 91.

‌Sun, A. Y., Wang, Q., Simonyi, A., & Sun, G. Y. (2010). Resveratrol as a Therapeutic Agent for Neurodegenerative Diseases. Molecular Neurobiology, 41(2-3), 375–383. 

‌Abba, Y., Hassim, H., Hamzah, H., & Noordin, M. M. (2015). Antiviral Activity of Resveratrol against Human and Animal Viruses. Advances in Virology, 2015, 184241. 

Gliemann, L., Nyberg, M., & Hellsten, Y. (2016). Effects of exercise training and resveratrol on vascular health in aging. Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 98, 165–176. 

‌Shaito, A., Posadino, A. M., Younes, N., Hasan, H., Halabi, S., Alhababi, D., Al-Mohannadi, A., Abdel-Rahman, W. M., Eid, A. H., Nasrallah, G. K., & Pintus, G. (2020). Potential Adverse Effects of Resveratrol: A Literature Review. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 21(6). 

‌Ramírez-Garza, S. L., Laveriano-Santos, E. P., Marhuenda-Muñoz, M., Storniolo, C. E., Tresserra-Rimbau, A., Vallverdú-Queralt, A., & Lamuela-Raventós, R. M. (2018). Health Effects of Resveratrol: Results from Human Intervention Trials. Nutrients, 10(12). 

Liu, K., Zhou, R., Wang, B., & Mi, M.-T. (2014). Effect of resveratrol on glucose control and insulin sensitivity: a meta-analysis of 11 randomized controlled trials. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 99(6), 1510–1519. 

‌Ramírez-Garza, S. L., Laveriano-Santos, E. P., Marhuenda-Muñoz, M., Storniolo, C. E., Tresserra-Rimbau, A., Vallverdú-Queralt, A., & Lamuela-Raventós, R. M. (2018). Health Effects of Resveratrol: Results from Human Intervention Trials. Nutrients, 10(12). 

‌Dr. David Sinclair: The Biology of Slowing & Reversing Aging. (2021, December 27). Huberman Lab. 

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‌Vaz-da-Silva, M., Loureiro, A. I., Falcao, A., Nunes, T., Rocha, J.-F. ., Fernandes-Lopes, C., Soares, E., Wright, L., Almeida, L., & Soares-da-Silva, P. (2008). Effect of food on the pharmacokinetic profile of trans-resveratrol. Int. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 46(11), 564–570. 

Crowell, J. A. (2004). Resveratrol-Associated Renal Toxicity. Toxicological Sciences, 82(2), 614–619. 

‌‌Brown, V. A., Patel, K. R., Viskaduraki, M., Crowell, J. A., Perloff, M., Booth, T. D., Vasilinin, G., Sen, A., Schinas, A. M., Piccirilli, G., Brown, K., Steward, W. P., Gescher, A. J., & Brenner, D. E. (2010). Repeat Dose Study of the Cancer Chemopreventive Agent Resveratrol in Healthy Volunteers: Safety, Pharmacokinetics, and Effect on the Insulin-like Growth Factor Axis. Cancer Research, 70(22), 9003–9011. 

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Weight 65 g
Dimensions 18 × 12 × 2 cm
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