Source Naturals Activated Quercetin 200 Tablets
Quercetin as of recently has become one of the most popular supplements out there, but you may be wondering, What is Quercetin? Quercetin is a plant flavonol from the flavonoid group of polyphenols and is found in many fruits, vegetables, seeds and leaves. It's become popular because it's a powerful antioxidant and is known to have anti-inflammatory effects that may help reduce swelling, inflammation, and may improve overall health. Quercetin has also been shown in human cell culture studies to inhibit histamine release.
Source Naturals Quercetin Benefits
- Quercetin May Help Reduce Inflammation and Allergy Symptoms
- Quercetin May Support Heart Health
- 11 Studies Have Found Quercetin May Improve Athletic Performance
- Each Serving Contains a Full Gram of Quercetin
What is Quercetin Used For?
- As an Anti-Inflammatory
- To Promote a Healthy Immune System
- To Deal With Allergy Symptoms
Is Quercetin The Same Thing As CoQ10?
While Quercetin and CoQ10 are similar, they are not the same thing. The flavonoid quercetin is a dietary flavonoid found in fruits and veggies, in particular in onions, where as CoQ10 is a biologically active quinone which plays an important role in the mitochondrial electron transport chain. While both Quercetin and CoQ10 provide similar benefits and have similar properties they are distinct molecules with unrelated chemical structures.
Why is Quercetin So Hard to Find Now?
Quercetin has become incredibly popular in the last two years and it's been a difficult supplement to keep in stock. The US National Library of Medicine has conducted studies on Quercetin in the Prevention of Covid-19 Infection and this has led to increased interest in this supplement. We're continuing to try to bring in more Quercetin products and brands which sell Quercetin supplements in order to try to keep up with demand.
Take 3 tablets 1-2 times daily in divided doses. Take between meals. If you have a delicate stomach take with meals.
Source Naturals Activated Quercetin 200 Tablets Ingredients & Label
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening. Do not exceed 6 tablets per day. If you have a delicate stomach take with food. Quercetin generally has few side effects, potential side effects include headaches or may cause tingling in arms and legs.
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