Quercetin & Covid-19

Quercetin is a bioflavanoid originally identified in oak leaves/bark (Quercus robur) hence the name, however it is found in a wide variety of plants including many common foods, herbs and spices. Quercetin has anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antiallergic, antiplatelet (anticoagulant), and vasodilatory properties. It has been shown that it can kill cancer cells, help, control blood sugar levels and prevent heart disease, but more recently it has been extensively investigated for its properties against Covid-19 in a variety of clinical studies.   C15H10O7 Sars-CoV-2

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Green and Black Tea Boost the Body Immune System

As this winter approaches we are being told by experts that this year’s flu vaccines will probably be ineffective against the Australian flu viruses heading our way because they have already mutated. Fortunately natures pharmacy can help us prepare ourselves by strengthening our immune defences with the simple daily ritual of tea drinking.

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