grapefruit seed extract

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grapefruit seed extract

Abbreviation: GFSE, GSE
An extract from grapefruit seed and grapefruit pulp that contains polyphenols. The extract is used in alternative and complementary medicine for a wide variety of diseases and conditions, esp. for the treatment of bacterial or viral illness. Synonym: citrus seed extract
See also: extract
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(34.) Citricidal: Grapefruit Seed & Pulp Extract, bio/chem Research, Lakeport (Cal); 1994
A study in Manchester has also found that use of the extract - also known as Citricidal - when mixed with geranium and tea tree oil has proved effective against superbug MRSA.
Alison should follow a yeast-free diet for two months (see What the Experts Say) and gargle with antifungal grapefruit seed extract (Higher Nature Citricidal, pounds 4.90; 01435-882880) in water twice a day.
[10.] Citricidal Australia Pty Ltd (Fax: 61 754940788).
Grapefruit seed extract, like Nutribiotics and Citricidal, can be found in natural food stores.
"It's called Citricidal. It's the juice of grapefruit seeds, so it tastes disgusting.
Citricidal costs pounds 4.90 for 25mls and is available from most health stores.