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Caffeic Acid
Definition

What does Caffeic Acid do for the body

Caffeic Acid is a Phytonutrient found in Coffee and Plants. It is a form of Hydroxycinnamic Acid. It has strong Antioxidant property. This property helps to protect the body cells from the damage of free radicals. The Antiinflammatory property of Caffeic Acid helps to reduce the Inflammation. Caffeic Acid increases the collagen production and prevents from Premature Aging.

Requirement of Caffeic Acid per day

100 mg to 400 mg

Benefits of Caffeic Acid

Caffeic Acid slows down the aging process of the Skin and reduces Wrinkles. It keeps the Skin hydrated and prevents Hyper pigmentation. Caffeic Acid helps to protect the Skin from Ultraviolet Rays. Caffeic Acid prevents Cancer and Diabetes. It supports the Central Nervous System and regulates the Blood flow. It regulates the Blood Sugar level.

Functions of Caffeic Acid

Caffeic Acid prevents abnormal growth of tissue in any part of the body. It prevents Cardiovascular Diseases and Atherosclerosis. It rejuvenates the Brain and uplifts the Mood. Caffeic Acid boosts the stamina and provides energy to the body. The Antimicrobial activity of Caffeic Acid helps to fight harmful bacteria causing Infection in the body.

Effects of excess Caffeic Acid in the body

Insomnia
Weak Bones
Indigestion
Nervousness
Thirst
Convulsions
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Caffeic Acid

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