Quercetin B5 Plus 60
138 in stock
- GLYCEMIC DISORDERS
Potential applications: Quercetin appears to be indicated in virtually all inflammatory and allergic conditions, including hayfever, arthritis, lupus, food allergies, eczema and psoriasis.
Known contraindications: Although useful as an adjunct therapy, diabetes sufferers should consult their physician before using nutritional supplements such as quercetin.
Interactions: No known interactions with quercetin and drugs. Nettle should be used with caution with those receiving blood thinners. Caution required in those with known allergens to the daisy family (Compositae)
Useful links: Arthritis Glucosamine, boswellia, antioxidants, flax seed oil Allergies Ester-C, antioxidants, echinacea, multi-vitamin/mineral
Inflammation Antioxidants, grape seed/pycnogenol, flax seed oil, multi-vitamin/mineral Hyperglycemia Chromium complex, trace minerals, green food blend
Eczema Hemp seed oil, multi-vitamin/mineral, zinc complex
Psoriasis Milk thistle, flax seed oil, grape seed/pycnogenol, antioxidants
Directions: As a food supplement, take two capsules daily with food, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
two vegetarian capsule provide:
|Vitamin B5 (Calcium pantothenate)||150mg||2499|
|Nettle leaf (Urtica dioica) extract (4:1)||100mg|
|Pine bark extract (95% OPC)||100mg|
|Chamomile flower (Matricaria recutita)||100mg|
|Vitamin C (Magnesium ascorbate)||50mg||63|
|Acerola fruit (Malphigia glabra)||25mg|