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

Sale price€25,00

Quercetin, a plant-based flavonoid found in fruits and vegetables, is gaining interest for its potential role in supporting healthy aging. Our convenient Quercetin capsules allow for easy daily integration into your longevity regimen.

Unleash Quercetin's Potential Benefits for Longevity:

  • Cellular Antioxidant: Quercetin's antioxidant properties may help combat free radicals, potentially promoting healthy cellular processes and contributing to longevity.
  • Cardiovascular Support: Research suggests Quercetin may support healthy blood pressure already within a normal range, potentially contributing to cardiovascular health as we age.
  • Cellular Senescence Modulation: Early studies explore Quercetin's potential role in cellular senescence, a process linked to aging, suggesting it may support healthy cellular lifespans.
Quercetin Capsules 250mg (30 days, 60 pc.)
Quercetin Capsules 250mg (30 days, 60 pc.) Sale price€25,00


500mg (2 capsules of 250mg)


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


1-2 weeks


High quality Japanese Pagoda Tree extract produced in EU

What is Quercetin?

Quercetin, a plant pigment found in fruits, vegetables, and even red wine, acts as a powerful antioxidant.

It fights free radicals that damage cells and may offer anti-inflammatory benefits.

Research suggests it may contribute to improved heart health, lower blood sugar, and even allergy relief.

While you can get quercetin from foods like apples and onions, it's also available in supplement form.

How does Quercetin work?

Quercetin is a plant pigment that acts like a cellular shield within your body.

It's a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals, molecules with an extra electron that can damage cells.

This antioxidant activity may contribute to improved heart health by protecting blood vessels and potentially lowering blood sugar levels.

Quercetin might also help manage allergic reactions by stabilizing cells that release histamine, a key allergy trigger.

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.