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Spring Is in the Air
Spring is the season of new beginnings, longer days, and those pesky pollen allergies. While the flowers bloom and trees grow, you may start getting itchy, watery eyes and constant sneezes. Have no fear about these allergies because our Plant-Based Quercetin is here! This unique antioxidant is made with highly bioavailable ingredients to promote your body’s normal response to allergens, inflammation, and histamines.

Breathe Easy with Quercetin

- Eases Allergen Symptom

- Boosts Your Immune System

- Powerful Respiratory Support

What Is Plant-Based Quercetin?

Quercetin is a naturally occurring antioxidant found in many plant foods such as onions, cranberries, berries, and leafy greens. For decades, Quercetin has been used to support the immune and respiratory systems. Global Healing’s Plant-Based Quercetin is made with a patented, highly bioavailable form of quercetin called Quercefit®? to strengthen your body’s defense against free radicals, stubborn allergens, and harmful organisms.Our Plant-Based Quercetin is formulated with an enhanced phytosome delivery method that increases your body’s ability to absorb active Quercetin up to 20 times higher than standard quercetin, meaning you’ll get the most out of this powerful antioxidant.Check out our Plant-Based Quercetin to promote your body’s normal response to allergens, inflammation, and histamines.

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Holistic Help for Allergies

Probiotics: It’s now become common knowledge that a strong immune system starts with a healthy gut. More than 80 percent of your immune function is stored in your gastrointestinal (GI) tract. It should be no wonder that research keeps surfacing that links probiotic supplement use to reduced risk of allergies. Source: Dr. Axe - Top 9 Allergy Relief Home Remedies

Saline nasal rinses — Rinse your nasal passages once or twice a day, either with a neti pot or over-the-counter saline rinse. These help decrease the allergen load in the mucosa of your mouth and nose. Besides, built-up mucus can be festering grounds for infection-causing bacteria—all the more reason to flush it out.

Supplements — Try herbal supplements that have natural antihistimine capacity, such as stinging nettles. Some people are allergic to nettles, however, so if you suspect you are, don’t take them in any form. You can also try quercetin, a bioflavonoid abundant in apples, onions and dark-colored berries but also available as a supplement. Quercetin helps stabilize your immune response to allergens and inhibit the release of histamine. Bromelain, an enzyme in pineapples, is another effective supplement because it helps reduce inflammation. But before experimenting with any supplement, consult with a doctor or trained herbalist to discuss possible interactions with current medications or health conditions.




DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information and statements made are for educational purposes and are not intended to replace the advice of your treating healthcare provider. The Power Mall does not dispense medical advice, prescribe, or diagnose illness. We design and recommend individual nutritional programs and supplements that allow the body to rebuild and heal itself. The views and nutritional advice expressed by The Power Mall are not intended to be a substitute for conventional medical service. If you have a severe medical condition, see your healthcare provider of choice.

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