Friday, February 23, 2007

Quercetin - natural antihistamine

Quercetin was recommended on Delphi Forums as a natural antihistamine remedy for mild allergic reactions.

Twinlabs - Vit C + Quercetin (Vit. C is sourced from Sago Palm and should be safe)
Jarrow Formulas Quercetin 500mg (unsure if completely corn-free)
Swanson High Potency Quercetin (unsure if completely corn-free)

These sources were recommended by others in the thread listed above, but do use caution.

As an additional FYI, natural sources of Quercetin are: Green Cabbage, Cranberries, Kale, Grapes, Pears, Apples, Spinach, Garlic, Onions, Grapefruit.

If any of the above listed vegetables/fruits are highly allergenic for you, you may find it beneficial to contact the company for the source of their quercetin prior to trial.

1 comment: said...

There is no doubt that intake of Quercetin would be good. But, one has to be careful about the amount. As too much of its intake can create serious side effects.