Taxifolin Supplement - Siberian Larch Extract for Cardiovascular Health
Taxifolin or dihydroquercetin is a bioflavonoid with a similar structure to that of quercetin, now available to buy at Supersmart. It is extracted from Siberian larch. It's been shown to benefit cardiovascular health, the skin, cognitive function, inflammation, allergies and immunodeficiency, as well as the health of diabetics.
What benefits do studies show about Taxifolin?
Over the last 50 years, almost 600 studies (most of them Russian) have investigated its efficacy and safety. In particular, they have highlighted its antioxidant potency and vascular-protective action. Amongst others, research has demonstrated that taxifolin:
Is a potent antioxidant more powerful than vitamin E or carotenoids.
Lowers blood viscosity and improves capillary microcirculation.
In people with type II diabetes inhibits the pro-inflammatory activity of neutrophils, thus helping to protect the vascular system from diabetes-induced damages, strengthens blood flow in the retinal part of the eye, protecting against loss of vision through macular degeneration and preventing the formation of cataracts by inhibiting the activity of an enzyme in the lens.
Lowers elevated blood pressure and regulates an electrical measurement associated with activation of the heart ventricles.
In patients with arterial hypertension, has blood pressure-lowering and anti-arrhythmia effects.
Inhibits lipid peroxidation, a process which leads to atherosclerosis.
Inhibits formation of apolipoprotein B, one of the main constituents of LDL.
In rats, lowers serum and hepatic levels of lipids and cholesterol.
Provides protection to the brain and nerve cells by inhibiting the expression of enzymes which cause inflammation and also prevents inflammatory white blood cells from attacking and adhering to vulnerable areas of the brain. It thus provides essential neuroprotection against oxidative damage caused by insufficient blood and oxygen supply to the brain.
In degenerative brain disease linked to stroke-associated impaired posterior cerebral circulation, it significantly reduces insomnia, emotional and vegetative symptoms, optimises mental activation in general while improving mood and reducing expression of unpleasant physical sensations.
Improves memory in 70% of patients suffering from cerebral circulation problems. In 60%, it increased concentration and index of intellectual activity.
Buy Taxifolin today to benefit from its antioxidant power.
|Daily serving: 6 tablets
Number of servings per bottle: 16
| Dihydroquercetin (from 75 mg of Siberian larch extract standardised to 80% of dihydroquercetin)
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum, fructo-oligosaccharide.
Each tablet provides 10 mg taxifolin.
Directions for use
Take one to two tablets two or three times a day for three to four weeks. Repeat every three months. The tablets be taken with, or immediately after, a meal. They can be swallowed, chewed or sucked.
Value for money
L'ayant pris chez vous régulièrement j'ai été étonné du volume des pilules qui ce sont amincies mais je n'en ressent plus les effets aussi étonnant par rapport à une époque ou je le prenais chez vous. Normalement quand je prends du taxifolin j'ai les jambes plus légères, le cerveau qui réagit plus vite, là c'est moyen. Auriez vous par hasard changer la formule ?
Produit performant, l'amélioration est rapide et durable.
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- Kurth, E.F., Chan, F.L., 1951. Dihydroquercetin as on antioxidant. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 10, 433–434.
- Kolhir VK et al. Antioxidant activity of a dihydroquercetin isolated from Larix gmelinii (Rupr.), Phytotherapy Research, Vol. 10, 478-482 (1996).
- Sunil C, Xu B. An insight into the health-promoting effects of taxifolin (dihydroquercetin). Phytochemistry. 2019 Oct;166:112066. doi: 10.1016/j.phytochem.2019.112066. Epub 2019 Jul 17. PMID: 31325613
- Plotnikov MB, Aliev OI, Maslov MJ, Vasiliev AS, Tjukavkina NA. Correction of the high blood viscosity syndrome by a mixture of Diquertin and Ascorbic Acid in vitro and in vivo. Res. 2003;17(3):276-278.