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skin, bone health, nerves, and toxin clearance in the GI tract. It is a helpful nutrient for congestion, mild allergies, or breathing issues.* quercetin - Natural anti-histimine for Sinuses, Congestion, Bones | Wellness Resources, Inc. quercetin is a natural anti-hist...
joint and skin health* Supports healthy immune response* Improves internal cleansing* Supports cardiovascular health* Contains curcumin, quercetin, bromelain, papain, black pepper extract*Repair Plus? contains nutrients that help "eat up trash" in the blood and lymph. It enhances the natu...
100 capsules $37.00 $29.60
Help keep sinus passages and lymph moving* Reduce excess congestion* Support immunity naturally* Includes Oregano Oil, Immune Plus™, and quercetinThe Sinus Support Package contains top nutritional supplements to help clear sinus congestion, improve lymph circulation, and support healthy i...
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Quercetin is a common flavonoid found in many fresh fruits and vegetables. It has been in widespread use in the dietary supplement industry for th...
... April 15, 2013| Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist Quercetin is a common flavonoid found in many fresh fruits and vegetables. It has been in widespread use in the dietary supplement industry for the past two decades due to its natural antihistamine properties. Research is dramatically expanding our understanding of this nutrient, including its nervous system support, immune support, and weight management properties. Quercetin is highly concentrated in apples, onions (especially red onions), and green tea. It is also in red grapes, ...
Improve your response to exercise and activate anti-aging gene signaling with quercetin.
... July 6, 2013| Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist A recent study showed 1,000 mg per day of quercetin for two weeks helped improve the response to exercise while activating anti-aging gene signaling. One of the most important uses of nutrition is to enhance the response to exercise, especially in people who are struggling. Not only is quercetin an excellent bioflavanoid, this study shows that it enhances muscle energy dynamics in a positive way. The type of exercise performed in the study was a 12-minute treadmill workout ...
The healthy function of your lymphatic system is required for an optimal immune response. Millions of Americans struggle with a sluggish and stagn...
... Immune Function Altern Med Rev. Kim LS, Waters RF, Burkholder PM.^ Bromelain is a Nutrient Powerhouse Cell Mol Life Sci. Maurer HR.^ Bromelain as an Anti-Inflammatory Immunol Invest. Huang JR, Wu CC, Hou RC, Jeng KC.^ Quercetin and Q10 Protect Human Sinus Cells Anticancer Res. Reiter M, Rupp K, Baumeister P, Zieger S, Harréus U.^ Quercetin Stabilizes Mast Cells J Biol Regul Homeost Agents. Shaik YB, Castellani ML, Perrella A, Conti F, Salini V ...

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A variety of other nutrients, if lacking, can impede healthy thyroid function. At the top of this list are quercetin, vitamin D, iron, and zinc. E...
... Quercetin, Vitamin D, Iron, Zinc and Thyroid Function A variety of other nutrients, if lacking, can impede healthy thyroid function. At the top of this list are quercetin, vitamin D, iron, and zinc. Ensure you are not lacking in these, as anyone of them can be responsible for the symptoms of a sluggish thyroid. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid common in the plant kingdom, a potent polyphenol antioxidant and immune system modulator. It has a stabilizing affect on the immune system, helping various types of ...
Managing the gene signal NF-kappaB is needed for bone mass and bone density. Offset the stress on bones with nutritional supplements such as querc...
... * The new science shows, based on animal and cell studies, that a number of nutrients help NF-kappaB relax, promoting healthy balance between osteoclasts and osteoblasts. Nutrients that have already demonstrated this NF-kappaB modulating function relating to osteoclast formation and osteoclast function are boswella serrata, quercetin, curcumin, guggul, DHA, tocotrienols (special vitamin E), R-alpha lipoic acid, green tea catechins, zinc, and of course magnesium.* The more stress and demands you are under, especially over an extended period of time, the more ...
Wellness Resources rejuvenation supplements provide nutritional support for healthy skin, hair, nails, joints, and overall body structure. Natural...
... Enzymes for Repair Repair Plus™ is our top product to assist your body to clean up wear and tear and support your natural processes of recovery. It is a mixture of the finest quality bromelain, papain, curcumin, and quercetin. It is our most popular supplement to help you through you day without minor aches and pains.* Bromelain (from pineapples) and papain (from papaya) are known as proteolytic enzymes (or proteases). These enzymes break down protein into smaller pieces. When taken as a supplement ...

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Quercetin reduces susceptibility to influenza infection following stressful exercise.
... September 4, 2008 BETHESDA, Md. (Sept. 3, 2008) — Mice given quercetin, a naturally occurring substance found in fruits and vegetables, were less likely to contract the flu, according to a study published by The American Physiological Society. The study also found that stressful exercise increased the susceptibility of mice to the flu, but quercetin canceled out that negative effect. Quercetin, a close chemical relative of resveratrol, is present in a variety of fruits and vegetables, including red onions, grapes, blueberries ...
The dietary bioflavonoid, quercetin, selectively induces apoptosis of prostate cancer cells by down-regulating the expression of heat shock protei...
... Study Title: Quercetin and Prostate Cancer Study Abstract BACKGROUND: Human and animal studies have suggested that diet-derived flavonoids, in particular quercetin may play a beneficial role by preventing or inhibiting oncogenesis, but the underlying mechanism remains unclear. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect(s) of quercetin on normal and malignant prostate cells and to identify the target(s) of quercetin's action. METHODOLOGY: We addressed this question using cells in culture and investigated whether quercetin affects key biological processes responsible for tumor cell properties such ...
Quercetin: potentials in the prevention and therapy of disease.
... Study Title: Role of Quercetin in Disease Prevention Study Abstract PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Quercetin is discussed since several decades as a multipotent bioflavonoid with great potential for the prevention and treatment of disease. In the current review, we present the most recent findings on quercetin with regard to the pharmacology, the in-vitro and in-vivo effects in different cell systems and animal models, and the clinical effects in humans. RECENT FINDINGS: Quercetin bioavailability has been underestimated in the past and can be improved by food matrix components or particular delivery forms. ...

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skin, bone health, nerves, and toxin clearance in the GI tract. It is a helpful nutrient for congestion, mild allergies, or breathing issues.* quercetin - Natural anti-histimine for Sinuses, Congestion, Bones | Wellness Resources, Inc. quercetin is a natural anti-hist...
joint and skin health* Supports healthy immune response* Improves internal cleansing* Supports cardiovascular health* Contains curcumin, quercetin, bromelain, papain, black pepper extract*Repair Plus? contains nutrients that help "eat up trash" in the blood and lymph. It enhances the natu...
100 capsules $37.00 $29.60
Help keep sinus passages and lymph moving* Reduce excess congestion* Support immunity naturally* Includes Oregano Oil, Immune Plus™, and quercetinThe Sinus Support Package contains top nutritional supplements to help clear sinus congestion, improve lymph circulation, and support healthy i...
$89.00 $66.75
16314. Most popular weight management supplements in individually-wrapped packets* Improves energy, mood, and motivation* Helps reduce sugar and food cravings* Supports healthy blood sugar metabolism* Supports healthy cholesterol metabolism* 30% off in January + Free...
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concentrates I3C and DIM Supports healthy estrogen metabolism in men and women* Supports cellular health* Resveratrol, green tea extract, and quercetinPreventer Plus? provides nutrients that support healthy estrogen metabolism and clearance of toxins.* Includes cruciferous vegetable concentrat...
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5595. Improve recovery from exercise and daily activities* Enhance joint mobility and joint lubrication* Strengthen skin and collagen structures* Reduce fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin hydration* Strengthen hair, skin, bones, and nails*The Rejuvenation Pack™ c...
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1515. Skin antioxidant* Helps moisturize skin* Best supplement for dry or cracking skin* Supports liver function* Improves nutrient transport to brain, supporting mood*Squalene is an excellent nutrient for healthy skin and natural oil moisture on the skin.* Squalene...
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18898. The Leptin Diet Package is an excellent way to get started on your weight loss program. It is a combination of the best supplements for healthy weight management, super high quality whey protein, and The Leptin Diet book, a key tool for success! This package is a one...
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3183. Helps boost endurance and stamina* Relaxes circulation* Supports healthy blood pressure function*Performa Plus™ is a supplement for men or women to support circulation, energy, and stamina.* Performa Plus Supplement for Circulation, Energy, Stamina Performa Plus c...
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Quercetin is a common flavonoid found in many fresh fruits and vegetables. It has been in widespread use in the dietary supplement industry for th...
... April 15, 2013| Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist Quercetin is a common flavonoid found in many fresh fruits and vegetables. It has been in widespread use in the dietary supplement industry for the past two decades due to its natural antihistamine properties. Research is dramatically expanding our understanding of this nutrient, including its nervous system support, immune support, and weight management properties. Quercetin is highly concentrated in apples, onions (especially red onions), and green tea. It is also in red grapes, ...
Improve your response to exercise and activate anti-aging gene signaling with quercetin.
... July 6, 2013| Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist A recent study showed 1,000 mg per day of quercetin for two weeks helped improve the response to exercise while activating anti-aging gene signaling. One of the most important uses of nutrition is to enhance the response to exercise, especially in people who are struggling. Not only is quercetin an excellent bioflavanoid, this study shows that it enhances muscle energy dynamics in a positive way. The type of exercise performed in the study was a 12-minute treadmill workout ...
The healthy function of your lymphatic system is required for an optimal immune response. Millions of Americans struggle with a sluggish and stagn...
... Immune Function Altern Med Rev. Kim LS, Waters RF, Burkholder PM.^ Bromelain is a Nutrient Powerhouse Cell Mol Life Sci. Maurer HR.^ Bromelain as an Anti-Inflammatory Immunol Invest. Huang JR, Wu CC, Hou RC, Jeng KC.^ Quercetin and Q10 Protect Human Sinus Cells Anticancer Res. Reiter M, Rupp K, Baumeister P, Zieger S, Harréus U.^ Quercetin Stabilizes Mast Cells J Biol Regul Homeost Agents. Shaik YB, Castellani ML, Perrella A, Conti F, Salini V ...
... 1 Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, 1 Daily Protector™, 1 Daily DHA™, 2 Daily Bone Xcel™, 1 Daily Builder™, 1 Daily Balancer™, 1 Daily Super E™ Repair Plus Repair Plus provides an outstanding combination of nutrients curcumin, quercetin, bromelain, papain, and black pepper extract. It is optimized for potency and absorption, and is designed to assist recovery from daily activities, "eat up debris" in the blood, improve joint health, support immune function, and improve circulation. ...
A child’s relationship with their mother is a key factor in terms of how their brain develops. If the mom is depressed then the child’s brain proc...
... to be a handicap in personal and work situations than an actual life skill (unless maybe your life is being on the front lines of a war). Such individuals will need to maintain adequate levels of calcium and magnesium, as well as antihistamine nutrition such as quercetin and carnosine, so as to help compensate for this hyperactive brain region. Of course, just understanding the nature of the problem may help some to understand and manage their situation more effectively. I would hypothesize that finding loving relationships or at least caring friendships would ...
A variety of human studies over the past few years show that the role of L-theanine is expanding to help the rather common problem of nervous syst...
... well as cause multiple symptoms in large nerves (jumpy or restless legs) or nerve endings (pain or other uncomfortable sensations). A variety of nutrients help nerves to stabilize and settle down. Some of my favorites include calcium AEP, magnesium, acetyl-l-carnitine, and quercetin. It is now clear that L-theanine is an excellent addition to this list. One study showed that 200 mg per day of L-theanine boosted mood in individuals under high stress. This study shows L-theanine is able to reduce nerve tension and thereby help modulate stress-induced overload ...
A diet high in polyphenols and polyunsaturated fatty acids is shown to help stimulate the production of new brain cells (brain stem cells) and red...
... neural damage-- two phenomena that occur at the origin of many diseases affecting the central nervous system. Polyphenols are common components of fruits and vegetables. The best known and studied polyphenols are flavonoids, such as grape seed extract, green tea, resveratrol, and quercetin. DHA is the polyunsaturated fatty acid with the most science supporting brain health. This study shows that having dietary basics in place, which includes fresh fruit, vegetables, and polyunsaturated fatty acids, has a positive influence on the generation of new brain cells. ...
NF-kappaB is a gene switch that enables your cells to manage stress. Its activation is required in order to deal with any sort of cellular problem...
... build bones. 2) Nutrients that help lower inflammation especially NF-kappa B. Nutrients are highly superior at regulating NF-kappaB without side effects. There are numerous nutrients in this category that are absolutely fantastic for bone health. They include boswellia, tocotrienols, DHA, magnesium, quercetin, curcumin, and many more. Referenced Studies^ NF-kappaB and Bone Loss Nature Medicine Jia Chang, Zhuo Wang, Eric Tang, Zhipeng Fan, Laurie McCauley, Renny Franceschi, Kunliang Guan, Paul H Krebsbach& Cun-Yu Wang. Share This Article Facebook Twitter ...
As stress piles up in young adults, sleep time decreases. The result is a nasty catch-22; a lack of sleep affects daytime mood, and a poor daytime...
... sleep support nutrition to help you get to sleep at a time that you will get at least seven hours of sleep before you must get up. 4) If problems persist, increase vitamin C and various anti-inflammatory flavonoids (grape seed extract, resveratrol, blueberries, quercetin, etc.). Once you start sleeping better, maintain this pattern. Avoid staying out late on weekends, because this will undo your new nerve-related programming. Once you are better for a number of months then you can occasionally stay up later. However ...
... health support network. Supplemental fruit and vegetable extracts are a good way to boost antioxidant stores. Some of the most powerful antioxidants are coenzyme Q10 ubiquinol, resveratrol, curcumin, grape seed extract (OPC's), green tea extract (EGCG), vitamin C, quercetin, vitamin E (tocotrienols), astaxanthin, beta carotene, lutein, and PQQ. The master antioxidant is known as glutathione. N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) is needed to make glutathione. Many different antioxidants work together with glutathione to keep body functions running smoothly like ...

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A variety of other nutrients, if lacking, can impede healthy thyroid function. At the top of this list are quercetin, vitamin D, iron, and zinc. E...
... Quercetin, Vitamin D, Iron, Zinc and Thyroid Function A variety of other nutrients, if lacking, can impede healthy thyroid function. At the top of this list are quercetin, vitamin D, iron, and zinc. Ensure you are not lacking in these, as anyone of them can be responsible for the symptoms of a sluggish thyroid. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid common in the plant kingdom, a potent polyphenol antioxidant and immune system modulator. It has a stabilizing affect on the immune system, helping various types of ...
Managing the gene signal NF-kappaB is needed for bone mass and bone density. Offset the stress on bones with nutritional supplements such as querc...
... * The new science shows, based on animal and cell studies, that a number of nutrients help NF-kappaB relax, promoting healthy balance between osteoclasts and osteoblasts. Nutrients that have already demonstrated this NF-kappaB modulating function relating to osteoclast formation and osteoclast function are boswella serrata, quercetin, curcumin, guggul, DHA, tocotrienols (special vitamin E), R-alpha lipoic acid, green tea catechins, zinc, and of course magnesium.* The more stress and demands you are under, especially over an extended period of time, the more ...
Wellness Resources rejuvenation supplements provide nutritional support for healthy skin, hair, nails, joints, and overall body structure. Natural...
... Enzymes for Repair Repair Plus™ is our top product to assist your body to clean up wear and tear and support your natural processes of recovery. It is a mixture of the finest quality bromelain, papain, curcumin, and quercetin. It is our most popular supplement to help you through you day without minor aches and pains.* Bromelain (from pineapples) and papain (from papaya) are known as proteolytic enzymes (or proteases). These enzymes break down protein into smaller pieces. When taken as a supplement ...
... CART Estimated ship date: 01/08- 01/08 Your order will be formed after the product is back in stock Estimated ship date: 01/08- 01/08 Your order will be formed after the product is back in stock ADD TO CART Quercetin Reduced price! In Stock Quercetin helps provide natural bioflavonoid support to nerve cells in the brain stem, helping them to maintain composure under stress or tension. This helps to prevent a person from feeling like a "cat on a hot tin roof."* ...
Wellness Resources digestion supplements support clearance of toxins from the GI tract and can help with nausea and diarrhea.
... the previous sections are very helpful, as well as nutrients listed in the subsequent sections on Food Intolerance, Bacteria& Yeast and No Appetite/ Weak Digestion. The top two nutritional supplements for soothing and rejuvenating the GI tract are GI and Muscle Helper™, and Quercetin. GI and Muscle Helper™ provides the key protein (glutamine) and the key carbohydrate (N-acetyl-glucosamine) needed by the cells to support healthy structure of the GI tract lining. People taking GI and Muscle Helper™ not only experience relief but have much more ...
Discover the best thyroid supplements to increase metabolism naturally. Wellness Resources thyroid supplements safely boost metabolism and energy....
... 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ADD TO CART Estimated ship date: 01/04- 01/07 Another size or option of this product is currently available. Your order will be formed after the product is back in stock ADD TO CART Quercetin Reduced price! In Stock Many irritants in your blood (pollution, stress chemicals, germs) can irritate and inflame your thyroid. The best nutrient to help stabilize your thyroid tissue is the bioflavonoid quercetin. It can help calm down and cool off a thyroid ...
After pregnancy excess Substance P is created because of the immense pain and stress caused by child birth. It is extremely important to lower you...
... taxed then histamine is released in the brain stem, setting into motion the excessive substance P flare up. The release of histamine further stimulates the release of substance P-- causing the problem to lock in place. Natural antihistamines taken during the day, such as Quercetin, are quite helpful.* It is important to discharge substance P during the day so that so much of it isn't there at night. Nerves will not sleep properly when excess substance P is irritating them, setting progressive fatigue into motion. The best combination ...
Your stress management system is rooted in the function of your adrenal glands, which operate in an interdependent fashion with your overall thyro...
... too hard with exercise, be consistent and gradually improve what you can do. Key nutrients for stress management can be plugged into a thyroid support program, enabling you to have better stress tolerance (Stress Helper and PhosphatidylSerine) and less wear and tear from stress (quercetin and vitamin C) .* ADD TO CART Adrenal Helper™ Reduced price! In Stock Adrenal Helper™ supports healthy adrenal gland function, helps your body adapt to the demands of stress, and boosts energy and vitality. It is a hormone-free blend of adaptogenic ...
Wellness Resources stress supplements help you to reduce stress, improve energy, and improve focus and memory.
... cells. This means that if you get stuck in a substance P rut in can be self-sustaining and somewhat hard to get out of. Substance P issues underlie many difficult to manage stress issues. The two best nutrients that help modulate histamine release from mast cells are quercetin and carnosine. Other nutrients like calcium AEP and acetyl-l-carnitine helps the nerves tolerate substance P better. This combination of four products can certainly come in handy to help nerves calm down. These products are typically taken during the day, and used in combination with the ...
Strengthen your immune system with high quality nutritional supplements.
... .* Dose: 1-4 capsules per day; increase if desired. 70 180 capsules $28.00 $22.40 20% off! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ADD TO CART ADD TO CART Quercetin Reduced price! In Stock Reduce congestion; stabilize immune response. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid nutrient that supports healthy immunity during times of stress. It helps clear excess mucous and congestion and is very active in the sinuses, lungs, skin, and digestive tract. ...
Quercetin reduces susceptibility to influenza infection following stressful exercise.
... September 4, 2008 BETHESDA, Md. (Sept. 3, 2008) — Mice given quercetin, a naturally occurring substance found in fruits and vegetables, were less likely to contract the flu, according to a study published by The American Physiological Society. The study also found that stressful exercise increased the susceptibility of mice to the flu, but quercetin canceled out that negative effect. Quercetin, a close chemical relative of resveratrol, is present in a variety of fruits and vegetables, including red onions, grapes, blueberries ...
The dietary bioflavonoid, quercetin, selectively induces apoptosis of prostate cancer cells by down-regulating the expression of heat shock protei...
... Study Title: Quercetin and Prostate Cancer Study Abstract BACKGROUND: Human and animal studies have suggested that diet-derived flavonoids, in particular quercetin may play a beneficial role by preventing or inhibiting oncogenesis, but the underlying mechanism remains unclear. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect(s) of quercetin on normal and malignant prostate cells and to identify the target(s) of quercetin's action. METHODOLOGY: We addressed this question using cells in culture and investigated whether quercetin affects key biological processes responsible for tumor cell properties such ...
Quercetin: potentials in the prevention and therapy of disease.
... Study Title: Role of Quercetin in Disease Prevention Study Abstract PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Quercetin is discussed since several decades as a multipotent bioflavonoid with great potential for the prevention and treatment of disease. In the current review, we present the most recent findings on quercetin with regard to the pharmacology, the in-vitro and in-vivo effects in different cell systems and animal models, and the clinical effects in humans. RECENT FINDINGS: Quercetin bioavailability has been underestimated in the past and can be improved by food matrix components or particular delivery forms. ...
Mitochondria accumulate large amounts of quercetin: prevention of mitochondrial damage and release upon oxidation of the extramitochondrial fracti...
... Study Title: Quercetin Protects Mitochondria Study Abstract Quercetin uptake in Jurkat cells is extremely rapid and associated with a remarkable accumulation of the flavonoid, dependent on its binding to intracellular components. Cell-associated quercetin is biologically active, quantitatively consumed to promote survival in the presence of reactive species, such as peroxynitrite (ONOO), or reduction of extracellular oxidants via activation of plasma membrane oxidoreductases. In alternative, quercetin is very slowly released upon post-incubation in drug-free medium, an event significantly accelerated by extracellular albumin. Quercetin uptake is also observed in ...
Quercetin transiently increases energy expenditure but persistently decreases circulating markers of inflammation in C57BL/6J mice fed a high-fat ...
... Study Title: Quercetin Reduces Inflammation on High Fat Diet Study Abstract Quercetin, a polyphenolic compound and a major bioflavonoid in the human diet, has anti-inflammatory properties and has been postulated to enhance energy expenditure (EE). We sought to determine whether quercetin alters body weight, body composition, EE, and circulating markers of inflammation. At 6 weeks (W) of age, 2 cohorts of C57BL/6J mice (N= 80) were placed on one of 2 diets for 3W or 8W: (1) high ...
Quercetin May Suppress Rat Aberrant Crypt Foci Formation by Suppressing Inflammatory Mediators That Influence Proliferation and Apoptosis.
... Study Title: Quercetin Inhibits Changes that Lead to Colon Cancer Study Abstract The flavonoid quercetin suppresses cell proliferation and enhances apoptosis in vitro. In this study, we determined whether quercetin protects against colon cancer by regulating the protein level of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI 3-kinase) and Akt or by suppressing the expression of proinflammatory mediators [cyclooxygenase (COX) -1, COX-2, inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS)] during the aberrant crypt (AC) stage. Forty male rats were randomly assigned to receive diets containing quercetin (0 ...
Quercetin improves cognitive deficits in rats with chronic cerebral ischemia and inhibits voltage-dependent sodium channels in hippocampal CA1 pyr...
... Study Title: Quercetin Helps Offset Occluded Carotid Arteries Study Abstract Quercetin is a flavonoid compound found in a number of medicinal plants that are often prescribed in Chinese clinics for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. The present study investigated the effects of quercetin on chronic cerebral ischemia in rats produced through bilateral occlusion of the carotid arteries. Treatment of quercetin (5 mg/kg i.p. for 14 days) was found to improve the performance of learning and memory of ischemic rats in the Morris water maze. Additionally, in electrophysiological experiments, ...
Induction of cell apoptosis in 3T3-L1 pre-adipocytes by flavonoids is associated with their antioxidant activity.
... Study Title: Quercetin Inhibits Fat Cell Formation Study Abstract Obesity is biologically characterized at the cellular level by an increase in the number and size of adipocytes differentiated from fibroblastic pre-adipocytes in adipose tissue. In this study, we focused on the relationship between the influence of flavonoids on cell population growth and their antioxidant activity. The results showed that the inhibition of flavonoids (naringenin, rutin, hesperidin, resveratrol, naringin and quercetin) on 3T3-L1 pre-adipocytes was 28.3, 8.1, 11.1, 33.2, 5.6 and 71.5%, respectively. ...
Quercetin suppresses bone resorption by inhibiting the differentiation and activation of osteoclasts.
... Study Title: Quercetin Helps Stop Bone Loss Study Abstract Although quercetin has suppressed bone resorption in several animal studies, its target cells and the mechanism of its action related to bone resorption has not been fully elucidated. We investigated the effect of quercetin on the differentiation and activation of osteoclasts. We used cocultures of mouse spleen cells and ST2 cells, and cultures of osteoclast progenitor cells [M-CSF-dependent (MD) cells from mouse bone marrow and murine monocytic RAW 264 (RAW) cells]. Quercetin dose-dependently inhibited osteoclast-like (OCL) ...
Protective effect of quercetin, a polyphenolic compound, on mouse corpus cavernosum.
... Study Title: Quercetin Supports Male Health Study Abstract Abstract Flavonoids are plant-based phenolic compounds, and quercetin is the most abundant dietary member of this family. One of the most important characteristics of quercetin is its antioxidant property. The aim of this study was to investigate antioxidant effects of quercetin on corpora cavernosa of mice. Corpora cavernosa were isolated in organ baths, precontracted with phenylephrine (0.5 mum) and relaxant responses were mediated by acetylcholine (0.1-1 mum), electrical field stimulation (EFS, 1-16 Hz, 0.5 ms, 30 ...

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