Is quercetin good for anything other than inflammation, cardiovascular health and boosting our immune system?
There is evidence that antioxidants and other components in quercetin can help lower blood sugar in people under 45 years of age who have risk factors for metabolic syn-drome. It has also been proven effective in joint support and assisting the body in re-cuperation after weight training.
Can I take quercetin if I have asthma?
Preliminary studies show that using quercetin as a supplement in conventional asthma treatments with inhalers can help improve asthma symptoms while supporting the lungs.
Can I use quercetin to avoid COVID-19?
Currently, there is no proven natural remedy that can prevent or fight off the virus. However, quercetin can complement preventive care by supporting cardiovascular health and the body’s immune response. Studies are underway on combining querce-tin with zinc, vitamin C, and bromelain to further improve the immune system.
What other conditions can I treat with the use of quercetin?
Quercetin may benefit people suffering from disorders that require permanent blood transfusions due to excessive iron buildup as it has been shown to reduce iron. How-ever, you should consult your physician to determine if this is a viable option for you. Quercetin is not recommended for those with low blood iron.
Can I combine quercetin with other supplements?
Yes. Quercetin with turmeric, for example, boosts the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of each other. You should always consult your physician before adding any supplements to your routine.