The antioxidant Quercetin can be found in certain plants and foods. Many studies have confirmed Quercetin’s antihistamine effects. By reducing inflammation, Quercetin can give allergy relief for red eyes and a runny nose. Quercetin may also help lower the risk of heart disease and cancer.*
Quercetin is widely available in supplement form. You can also source it naturally from capers, red onions, cranberries, blueberries, chicory greens, raw spinach, sweet peppers, snap peas and raw broccoli.
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