What's in the bottle?
A powerful enzyme and flavonoid combination suitable for daily use.
Per 5ml serving
Ultra-Pure Water, Phospholipids (non GMO Sunflower, Lipoid), Quercetin (as Quercetin Dihydrate), Bromelain, Glycerol, Ethanol, Potassium sorbate (preservative), D-alpha-tocopherol (anti-oxidant).
The World's first liposomal Quercetin and Bromelain supplement
2400 GDU Bromelain
Unflavoured, unsweetened and suitable for vegans
Tastes best chilled. Shake before use, take 5ml per day or as professionally directed.
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Is quercetin an inflammatory?
Quercetin reportedly has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects that may help address systemic inflammation. Quercetin is being studied by many academics in relation to Covid-19 and other SARS respiratory disease. Quercetin has been found to have an interesting inhibitory effect on inflammatory responses. It not only inhibits the production of NLRP3 inflammasome components but also reportedly suppresses inflammation through interference in various signalling pathways. * Saeedi-Boroujeni, A., Mahmoudian-Sani, MR. Anti-inflammatory potential of Quercetin in COVID-19 treatment. J Inflamm 18, 3 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12950-021-00268-6
What are the benefits of quercetin and bromelain?
Quercetin is a chemical compound found in a number of fruits and vegetables. It is an example of a bioflavonoid substance. All flavonoid substances act as antioxidants in the human body. Bromelain is a group of enzymes found in the fruit and stem of the pineapple plant. The combination of bromelain and quercetin is thought to be ideal for effectively inhibiting inflammatory response in both acute and chronic inflammatory conditions.
Can you take quercetin daily?
Quercetin is found in many fruits and vegetables and is safe to consume in a balanced diet.
Can you take bromelain everyday?
Your doctor may recommend that you take bromelain with meals in order to aid digestion, or on an empty stomach to reduce inflammation.
Potential Benefits of Supplementing with LQB1 – Quercetin Bromelain
There are currently no approved health claims for Quercetin or Bromelain but there are plenty of clinical studies detailing very interesting research into their potential benefits.