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Xanthones
Definition

What does Xanthones do for the body

Xanthones are phytonutrients extracted from the plants. These nutrients possess strong Antioxidant property that protects the body from Cancerous cells. Xanthones protect and support proper functioning of the Heart. The Anti inflammatory property of Xanthones help to reduce the inflammation in the body.

Benefits of Xanthones

Xanthones strengthen the cells walls and enhances the Immune System of the body. It stimulates the metabolism and fights common cold. Xanthones keep the Joints and Lungs healthy. It protects the body from Allergies and Infections. Xanthones protect the Brain cells and protect from Alzheimer's disease.

Functions of Xanthones

Xanthones detoxifies the Blood and the Liver. Xanthones possess strong Antiviral and Antimicrobial properties. These properties protect the body from harmful parasites. It inhibits the oxidation of low density lipo proteins (LDL) and reduces the risk of Storkes. Xanthones hinders the growth of Protease which delays the replication of HIV virus.


Effects of Xanthones deficiency in th body

Fatigue
Depression
Low blood pressure
Allergies
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Xanthones

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