May 4, 2024 - Quercetin - Allergies & Beyond!

I'm thinking of QUERCETIN this morning, since - at least where I am living - spring allergy season is in full swing, and I am dutifully keeping my allergy armor on!

The trees are all blooming & leafing, the cars are covered with yellow every morning, and the Kleenex use is... overbudget, to say the least!

Join me live on ZOOM today May 11, at NOON (EST), and together we'll explore the many health benefits of QUERCETIN, a bioflavonoid found in many foods we tend to think of as SUPERFOODS, and with good reason, I am sure you will agree!

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Quercetin: a Superfood Antioxidant that Benefits the Body in Many Ways

Have you ever wondered what makes a “superfood” super? Or what top superfoods like red wine, green tea, kale and blueberries all have in common? The answer is quercetin, a natural compound tied to what all of us seek: better longevity, heart health, endurance, immunity, and more.

Quercetin & Covid-19

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Quercetin allergic, inflammatory, autoimmune conditions

"Que is a promising candidate as an effective mast cell inhibitor for allergic and inflammatory diseases, especially in formulations that permit more sufficient oral absorption."

Quercetin in Autoimmune Diseases

My favorite Quercetin supplement

This is the one I use myself. I prefer it for its greater absorption, as validated by comparison with others by a very "allergic" client. I take one capsule twice daily with food. This is part of my baseline allergy-season protective armor.

These are the other two in my seasonal allergy battlekit:

This patch is designed to lessen the body’s reactions to environmental sensitivities and provides frequencies that assist in relief from food and airborne allergens.

Application: Consider using when experiencing: Allergy and asthma symptoms, sinus problems, sneezing, watery eyes, loss of smell or taste, frequent throat clearing, hoarseness, coughing, nose wiping, and wheezing.

Strengthens mast cell membranes to inhibit release of histamine; does not interfere with normal healthy activity of histamine so without the drowsy side effects of standard antihistamine agents. Osha root is excellent for thinning mucus, stopping cough, and preventing secondary infection due to mucus buildup; purple dead nettle shines when it comes to sneezing and itchy, watery eyes!

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