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Quercetin is a natural flavonoid widely found in a number of fruits and vegetables and has been used as a nutritional supplement for its powerful antioxidant benefits. Sustainably sourced from fava beans, our QU995™ is one of the purest and most potent quercetin bioflavonoid polyphenols available.

QU995 has a 99.5% potency and is available in powder and granular forms. Innophos formulates this ingredient to be effective at lower dosage vs. other Quercetin ingredients.

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