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Apigenin Capsules 250mg (30 days, 60 pc.)

Sale price€45,00

Apigenin, a natural flavonoid found in herbs and fruits, is gaining momentum for its potential to promote healthy aging. These convenient Apigenin capsules allow you to easily integrate this exciting longevity supplement into your routine.

Unveiling Apigenin's Potential Benefits:

  • Cellular Support: Research suggests Apigenin may influence cellular processes, potentially contributing to longevity and overall well-being.
  • Cognitive Function: Emerging evidence explores Apigenin's potential role in supporting cognitive health, which may be important for maintaining mental clarity as we age.
  • Relaxation for Well-being: Some studies indicate Apigenin's calming properties may support relaxation and ease occasional anxiety, promoting a sense of well-being.

Biohacker Tips. Using Apigenin together with Quercetin can improve the effect of both. Also, Apigenin improves the effect of NAD+ boosters (NMN/NR) by suppressing NAD+ consuming enzyme CD38.

Apigenin Capsules 250mg (30 days, 60 pc.)
Apigenin Capsules 250mg (30 days, 60 pc.) Sale price€45,00

DAILY DOSAGE

500mg (2 capsules of 250mg)

SUGGESTED USE

2 capsules (500mg), ideally during the breakfast meal. Swallow with water.

EFFECT PEAK

2-3 days

SOURCE OF MATERIAL

High quality Chamomile extract produced in EU

What is Apigenin?

Apigenin is a common compound found in many fruits, vegetables, and herbs. It belongs to a group of plant chemicals called flavonoids, which act like antioxidants in the body.

Apigenin is thought to have a variety of health benefits, including reducing anxiety, improving brain function, and fighting inflammation.

You can get apigenin by consuming a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and herbs like chamomile tea. However, the most efficient way to absorb apigenin is the high concentration chamomile capsules.

How does Apigenin work?

Apigenin exerts its influence through multiple mechanisms within the body.

It acts as a potent free radical scavenger, neutralizing harmful molecules that can damage cells.

Additionally, Apigenin interacts with key enzymes involved in brain function, potentially influencing mood and cognitive processes.

Studies suggest it may modulate signaling pathways like the mTOR pathway, which plays a role in cellular health and aging.

Longevity meaning by L Cell

200 years long lifetime.

That is not just a slogan, but also a realistic goal.

In 1961 American scientist Leonard Hayflick has discovered that most human cells are capable to divide up to 60 times before they die.

Upon every divison they mutate by loosing some of the original DNA epigenome information, making our bodies increasingly older and proner to diseases.

Luckily, scientific achievements of recent 20 years have proven that there are ways to slow down and even reverse the degeneration process.