Muscadine Grapes – A Superfruit Worth Knowing About

Thought I would share this again with you lovely people. It is the season for picking these blessed fruits and the season that we start making our wine and jelly. This year I told my husband not to toss out the pulp as I intend to dry it and then powder it and put into capsules.

From the information I am studying, I found out that many fruit seeds are Vitamin B17 and cures Cancer at any stage.

I encourage each person to go organic and try to take time to grow your own food. The rewards are great. The flavors, the health benefits, and you gain so much when you connect with Mother Earth.

Be blessed

Angel 4 Light


Health Benefits of Muscadine Grapes


Muscadine Grapes – The X Factor

In this article we look at the Muscadine Grape – a fascinating super grape that is like no other grape in the world. Once you learn about Muscadine grapes you will see how they make the perfect match to Resveratrol.

What Are Muscadine Grapes?

Muscadine grapes grow throughout the SouthEastern United States. Muscadine grapes (Vitis rotundifolia), also called Scuppernong, are bronze or a purple black color. Muscadines tend to be larger, stronger and have thicker skins than traditional grapes.

The climate and weather conditions in the Southeastern United States can be harsh and unpredictable. It is this very difficult climate that helped the Muscadine Grape evolve into a grape like no other.

Muscadine Grapes and Their Extra Chromosomes

Normal grapes have 19 pairs of chromosomes. Muscadines actually have an extra pair of chromosomes – they have…

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