Grapes may help fight drug addictions

A natural compound found in grape skins may help stop methamphetamine cravings, and decrease the impact of Parkinson’s disease, strokes and Alzheimer’s disease.

Scientists gave rats resveratrol daily for a week and observed that the compound help regulate dopamine neurons. Previous research has found degenerated dopamine levels can cause neurological conditions, like drug addiction and Parkinson’s.

The compound could offer an effective treatment to combat methamphetamine addiction and improve brain health.

Read more at University of Missouri