Gum Arabic, Quercetin (as Sophora Japonica extract), hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, Lecithin (GMO-free SOY), Microcrystalline cellulose, Silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide
What are natural source of Quercetin?
The natural sources of Quercetin include:
• Green tea
• Red wine
• Ginkgo biloba
How much Quercetin should I take per day?
You can also take different supplement forms of Quercetin at the dosage of 50mg per day. Depending upon the condition some people may take a high dosage of up to 500mg but with expert supervision.
Does Quercetin help with allergies?
Quercetin has been proven beneficial against allergic reactions as it has anti-histamine properties and it prevents the release of histamine from the cells.
Is Quercetin an antioxidant?
Quercetin has strong antioxidant properties that capture and neutralizes reactive oxygen and nitrogen molecules. Free radicals are naturally produced by our body as a by-product of mitochondrial reactions. Thus, Quercetin is important for its antioxidant and anti-aging properties.
Is Quercetin good for the immune system?
Quercetin is known for being an antioxidant that can fight free radicals and for having anti-allergy properties that make the immune system work better.
Can Quercetin improve levels of NAD+?
Since Quercetin has anti-inflammatory properties and it reduces inflammation and increases the production of NAD+ by inhibiting inflammatory factors. This is of great importance in increasing health and longevity.