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Quercetin safety

Discussion in 'Hypersensitivity and Intolerance' started by Chziime, Sep 30, 2015.

  1. Gingergrrl

    Gingergrrl Senior Member

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    @xrayspex Am not feeling well enough to read the article but I take three different types of Quercetin 2x/day for MCAS. The first is within my NeuroProtek supplement, the second is Quercetin plus Vit C by Twin Labs, and third is plain Q by Jarrow. I would eliminate the third and just do the 2nd but it ends up being too much Vit C that way so I have to mix and match. Have not had any side effects that I know of and it is supposed to be a very strong natural antihistamine.
     
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    xrayspex Senior Member

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    sounds good gingergurl--I think study relevant because I have both sjogrens and chronic fatigie; title of the study:
    The Flavonoid Quercetin Inhibits Proinflammatory Cytokine (Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha) Gene Expression in Normal Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells via Modulation of the NF-κβ System
     
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    Thanks for your observations about your responses, @xrayspex. I've also been trying things for over 25 years.
    And look what I just found:
     
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    Gingergrrl Senior Member

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    Interesting to read this old thread from 2015 and I stopped taking 2000 mg per day of Quercetin a long time ago and now only take 500 mg per day. I also stopped taking NeuroProtek and Daosin a long time ago b/c no longer need them.
     
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    Gondwanaland Senior Member

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    This is good news!

    Did you ever take digestive enzymes?
     
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    @picante hey thanks for that, cool to hear!

    interesting this came up again as I just popped in forum to research: Pelargonium Sidoides
    I think it is helping me with a bronchial issue that was developing and there is good research on it I am seeing

    frequency specific microcurrent (fsm) is really helping me too with bronchial irritation--a lot goes a long way with me so I am just doing like a minute of frequencies for bronchial spasm and bronchial allergy/histamine---been trying this the last 10 days every couple few days (long story short I am being exposed to ongoing bronchial irritant lately--working on minimizing that)
     
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  7. Gingergrrl

    Gingergrrl Senior Member

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    Thanks and I take a small fraction of the MCAS meds that I took in 2015 & 2016 b/c no longer needed. I tried digestive enzymes w/a naturopath in 2014, before I had any idea what was wrong with me, but in my case they did not do anything (good or bad).
     
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