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Here we have gathered the most common questions we have got from our customers.

What is Reserol and what does it contain?


Reserol is a thin film strip containing 20 mg Resveratrol. Besides this substance Reserol is made of an alginate extracted from organic sea algae harvested from the coast of Norway. We strive for using raw materials and ingredients of pharmaceutical grade and Reserol is produced according to food supplement regulations. Full list of ingredients is: Sodium Alginate, Trans-resveratrol, glycerol, Sorbitol and Water.


What is recommended dose of Reserol?


We recommend 6 films daily. Take 2 films at each time. To assure the best conditions for Resveratrol absorption, do not eat or drink for 10 minutes after the film has disappeared.


How to use Reserol?


Apply the film strip on the inside of the cheek and let it dissolve. Within 3-5 minutes the film will dissolve and disappear. Take 2 films per occasion. We recommend 6 films daily. To assure the best conditions for Resveratrol absorption, do not eat or drink for 10 minutes after the film has disappeared.


The film got stuck on my teeth, is that dangerous?


It is not dangerous. But to get the best absorption the film shall be attached to the oral lining.


How to store Reserol?


Keep dark, dry and out of reach for children.


Is Resveratrol dangerous in high doses?


Human studies with very high doses have been conducted with few side effects reported. The most common side effect reported was diarrhea.


Is Reserol an anti-oxidant?


Reserol contains Resveratrol, a polyphenolic compound found in many plants and fruits where it serves as a potent defense against virus, bacteria and other threats.


What happens if the film is stored outside the bag?


If the film is stored unprotected, it can dry out or get sticky depending on the environment. Resveratrol itself is not affected by unprotected storage.   


What if the film is changing in color?


If the product change in color, we recommend not to use it.


How does Reserol work?


Reserol is a thin film strip containing 20 mg Resveratrol. The film strip dissolves on the inside of the cheek and enables an uptake via the oral lining. The film is made with a patented technology and handcrafted in Sweden. Reserol has been designed with one single purpose – to distribute Resveratrol to the body via the oral lining in the most effective way.


Where can I get Reserol?


You can buy Reserol in our web shop or in some carefully selected stores. Click here to find your closest outlet.


Can Reserol be used by children?


We recommend Reserol to be used by adults.


Who should use Reserol?


Reserol might be used by all adults.


What is the upside with putting a film in my mouth?


Resveratrol can be absorbed via the oral lining and the film is enabling absorption by keeping the substance in tight contact with the fine blood vessels in the oral lining.


Is it risky to have a direct uptake via the oral lining?


All nutritional ingredients and pharmaceuticals are absorbed in the blood stream in order to be distributed to the part of the body where it is needed.


If I am on medication can I still use Reserol?


No major interactions between Resveratrol and pharmaceuticals have been reported.


What kind of Resveratrol is used in Reserol?


The product contains trans-resveratrol which can naturally be found in grapes and blueberries.


Is 20 mg Resveratrol sufficient?


By loading the film with Resveratrol the absorption can made by the oral lining and will be distributed directly to your bloodstream and on to your tissues and thus the dose no longer needs to be large, as is the case with Resveratrol capsules. Resveratrol is highly metabolized in the gut and liver and largely eliminated in first-pass metabolism before it can reach any other tissues to act.


Are there any compounds from animal in Reserol?


No, there are no compounds from animal in Reserol.


What happens if I swallow a film?


Nothing will happen except from having uptake via the gastrointestinal tract instead of via oral lining, i.e. a much lower uptake.


Is Resveratrol classed as prohibited substance by WADA?


Resveratrol is not listed as prohibited by WADA as of today.


Can I use Reserol if I am pregnant?


Since the use of Reserol by pregnant persons are not studied we do not recommend pregnant to use Reserol.


Are any bio-availability studies done on Reserol?


We are currently working on this.


Where is Reserol being produced?


The product is developed and produced in Sweden.


What are the side effects of Reserol?


Human studies with very high doses have been conducted with few side effects reported. The most common side effect reported was diarrhea.


Can one be allergic to Resveratrol?


In literature no cases of allergic reactions have been reported.


Does Reserol contain sugar?


Reserol contains very low doses of sorbitol.


Can Reserol be attached to other mucosa membranes?


In theory the film can be attached to all mucosa membranes moist enough. Our recommendations are to use Reserol in the oral mucosa to maximize possible uptake.


For how long should the film be kept in the mouth?


The film shall be retained until it is dissolved. Dependent on where it is put, time to dissolve varies. Usually it takes between 3-5 minutes before Reserol is melted and disappeared, depending on your salivation.


What happens if I am drinking directly after taking Reserol?


If you drink directly after attaching the film the pace of dissolving the film increases, i.e. the uptake might be negatively impacted since the mucosal passage will be limited.