Learn about the therapeutic potentials of OPCs–natural compounds found in a variety of edible plants–for conditions ranging from heart disease and metabolic syndrome, to Alzheimer’s and ADHD.

  • Presenter: James Greenblatt, MD

  • Format: 1 hr webinar recording

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Recording Date: September 14, 2021

Oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) are naturally occurring polyphenols found in many edible plants, including grape, berry, tea, and pine species. OPC-containing plant extracts and tinctures have been utilized medicinally for thousands of years, venerated in many traditional systems of herbal medicine. Modern science has corroborated this ancient herbal wisdom. Returned to the medical spotlight, OPCs have been confirmed to possess powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and neuroprotective properties. Research has revealed numerous therapeutic applications for these remarkable phytochemicals, as well as evidence of OPC efficacy as supportive and/or preventative interventions for conditions ranging from heart disease and metabolic syndrome to Alzheimer’s and ADHD.

In this webinar, I will discuss the therapeutic potentials of OPCs, which I have used for decades in my clinical practice. I will present empirical evidence supporting the efficacy of OPCs for various psychiatric presentations and explore the biologic mechanisms through which they act to reduce systemic inflammation and optimize brain health. I will also review OPCs like those found in pine bark, blueberry, and grape seed and how these fascinating natural compounds can enhance treatment outcomes as elements of personalized interventions for psychiatric disorders.

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