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Quercetin is a bioflavonoid (the component that gives plants its pigment) found in grape skins, red onions, berries, kale, tea, and broccoli.
This very effective bioflavonoid is known for its antioxidant activity in radical scavenging (think PacMan gobbling up the bad guys) and anti-allergic properties by stimulation of the immune system and antiviral activity.
It’s also extraordinarily helpful during allergy season due to its ability to inhibit histamine release and decrease proinflammatory cytokines.