Quercetin is a potent antioxidant flavonoid (and more specifically a flavanol), found in some fruits and vegetables.
Quercetin supports healthy cellular function, cardiovascular health and has also been shown to encourage a healthy immune response, especially to seasonally changing environments.
Matakana Health's Quercetin is optimised with 300mg of certified organic Camu Camu powder for synergy of bioflavanoids and to optimize the benefits of quercetin.
Optimised Quercetin Supports:
- Cellular health & DNA function
- Endothelial integrity, blood pressure & cholesterol
- Normal inflammatory response
- Healthy immune response to viral and bacterial infection
- A healthy response to allergens which lead to hay fever and hives
Each 600mg capsule contains: 300mg quercetin dihydrate, 300mg camu camu (certified organic), cellulose (veg cap), magnesium stearate (tableting aid). No additives or preservatives.
Adults take 1 capsule per day or as professionally advised.
Manufactured in NZ
Third-Party Research for Health Practitioners
“Statements have been included for the interests of consumer health education and are not intended to imply that such ingredients have been approved under the Medicines Act for the prevention or treatment of specific diseases or medical conditions. You should seek appropriate Healthcare professional advice for any medical condition”
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