Quercetin with Vitamin C
- SKU 30066 | 60 Capsules
- Healthy Histamine Levels†
- Sinus, Lung, & Respiratory Function
- Immune Support*
Quercetin Working at its Fullest Potential
While quercetin is well-known for its potential to support a healthy immune response, respiratory function, and healthy histamine levels†, the fat-soluble flavonoid can also be difficult for the body to absorb.*
Features Our Exclusive GammaSorb™ Delivery System
GammaSorb is a plant-based material that binds to nutrients, making them more easily absorbed and bioavailable for optimal benefits. It has been shown to increase the absorption of certain hard to absorb (fat soluble) dietary ingredients, in some cases by as much as 800 percent. It is included in this product to help deliver a higher level of support for your overall health.*
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Synergy that Delivers for Immune Support *
Vitamin C can also aid in quercetin absorption, making it even more effective, and it is a key nutrient for healthy immune function.*
When it comes to immune support, Quercetin with Vitamin C provides two of the most highly regarded nutrients that consistently deliver.*
†Supports healthy levels already within normal range.
|Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)||250mg||278%|
|Quercetin [from Japanese pagoda tree (Sophora japonica) flower buds]||50mg||**|
**Daily Value Not Established
1 capsule daily.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does GammaSorb™ work?
GammaSorb (gamma cyclodextrin) improves the absorption of fat-soluble nutrients by enveloping them in a water-soluble shell. To be more specific, the gamma cyclodextrin plant-derived molecule surrounds fat-soluble ingredients in an open-ended microscopic structure, the exterior of which is water soluble. This escorts the ingredients to the walls of the intestines for better absorption.
What is the source of quercetin in this formula?
Quercetin is widely available from many foods, including onions, apples, tea, berries, and grapes. However, there are many other botanical sources, such as the flower buds from the Japanese Pagoda Tree (Sophora japonica), which provide the quercetin used in this formula.