Does bioperine stimulate repigmentation?
I’ve been wanting to try piperine as a potential cure for my vitiligo, but had a hard time finding it in St. Louis. Last weekend I finally came across a little store in the Central West End called, Golden Grocer. They have an impressive array of natural food, essential oils, vitamins, homeopathic concoctions, and magical potions. Okay, I’m kidding about the potions. Not only is this store a treasure trove of natural remedies, the sales staff was very informative and not in the least bit overbearing.
I bought BioPerine® because it is the only product sourced out of piperine to have obtained a patented status for its ability to increase the bioavailability of nutritional compounds. Secondly, it is the only source from piperine to have undergone clinical studies in the U.S. to substantiate its safety and efficacy for nutritional use. Piperine has been shown in clinical trials to stimulate re-pigmentation.
Even if Bioperine doesn’t directly cause re-pigmentation, it could contribute to it. it is known that some people with vitiligo are very low in B12 and folic acid…our bodies simply do not absorb it properly. well, if the bioperine increases the ability to absorb nutrients, then the vitamins i am taking should produce better results.
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