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Fisetin
Definition

What does Fisetin do for the body

Fisetin is a Flavonoid abundantly found in Strawberry. It has strong Antioxidant property. This property helps to reduce the effects of Aging on the Brain and the Body. Fisetin boosts the Immune System and modulates the Immune Response in the Brain. Fisetin helps to increase the Memory and prevents Alzheimer's Disease. It improves the Brain's ability to learn and stores the Memory for a longer time.

Requirement of Fisetin per day

50 mg to 100 mg

Benefits of Fisetin

Fisetin helps in the proper functioning of the Central Nervous System. It protects the Body cells from the Oxidative Stress. It helps in the regeneration of the new cells and protects them from the damage of free radicals. Fisetin acts a defense and protects the Brain and the Spinal Cord. Fisetin makes the body flexible and helps to adapt the environmental changes easily.

Functions of Fisetin

Fisetin inhibits the production of Cytokine and relieves Allergy. It regulates the Blood Circulation and prevents Heart Diseases. Fisetin has strong Antiinflammatory property. This property reduces the inflammation of the blood brain barrier and fights age related decline.

Effects of Fisetin deficiency in the body

Weak Memory
Low Concentration

Effects of excess Fisetin in the body

Nausea
Confusion
Dizziness
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Fisetin

Most Effective

Highly Effective

Effective

Acacia Greggii
 
 
 
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