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Phytoalexins are substances that plants produce for their own protection against bacteria, viruses, fungi and insects. The plant only forms them in larger quantities if necessary. Since conventionally grown vegetables and fruits are sprayed with fungicides and other pesticides, their content of phytoalexins is usually low.
So far, there are no indications that these substances, which form plants for their own protection, have an effect on the health of humans as well.
Salvestrol 2000 contains phytoalexins from bitter oranges, grapes, blueberries and blackberries.