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Are there risks associated with using Resveratrol ?

No toxic reactions have been associated with the consumption of resveratrol today, even in large doses. However, theoretically, since resveratrol increases blood flow and circulation throughout the body, it could increase the effects of prescription blood thinners. For this reason, individuals using such medications may wish to consult a physician before supplementing with resveratrol. Resveratrol should not be taken by pregnant women or children, as its safety has not been established for these groups.

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