- Quercetin Dihydrate – a plant based bioflavonoid that supports healthy allergic & inflammatory responses. Research also confirms antiviral and antioxidant benefits.
- Pomegranate Juice Powder – In both the Bible and the Koran, pomegranate juice is prized and recommended for its many health properties.
- OPC’S (oligo proanthocyanidins) – Enhances the absorption of quercetin. Also a powerful antioxidant that protects against free radicals; also known to support the body’s natural killer cells
Does Not Contain: Gluten, MSG, soy, yeast, dairy, GMOs, fillers, preservatives, synthetics, or other hidden ingredients. It is 100% plant sourced and safe for vegetarians.
How to use
Daily Use:1-2 tabs daily in divided doses with or without food.
Optimal Use:3-4 tabs daily in divided doses with or without food.
High Stress Use:5-6 tabs daily in divided doses with or without food.
How to Use:Can be taken with or without food.
Yes, but remember that supplementation in children should be discussed with your healthcare provider.
Yes, but pregnant or nursing mothers should always consult with their health professional before supplementing.
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