- table grapes
The grapes or the genus vitis are part of Vitaceae family are contains a variety of species. The main important species of grapes are raisins, currants and sultanas. The grapes can be black, blue, golden, green, purple-red or white. Grapes are usually cultivated, they grow in clusters of six to three hundreds or they can grow in the wild. Raisins, currants and sultanas are dried grapes which are generally consumed raw or used for preparing cakes or jams. Grapes are generally the main ingredient for preparing wine which have numerous medicinal benefits especially the red and the white wine. The studies show that grapes have some natural compounds which improve hearth diseases and fight against cancer, degenerative nerve disease and other disorders. The wine made of fruits has many benefits only when it is consumed moderate, one to three glasses during the week, otherwise it can be dangerous for the liver. The seeds inside the fruit are recognized to contain procyanidolic oligomers which improve blood circulation and strengthen blood vessels. Because of its numerous benefits grape seeds are commercialized in different forms like liquid, capsules or tablets.