125 mg once daily for small dogs and cats (0-20 lbs)
250 mg once daily for medium-sized dogs (25-50 lbs)
375 mg once daily for large dogs (>50 lbs)

Quercetin may react with calcium channel blockers, estradiol, and immune-suppressive drugs.

Quercetin has been shown to be one of the most bioactive flavonoids (plant pigments). Research suggests a supportive role for cellular, immune and cardiometabolic health.

Derived from Fava d’anta tree (Dimorphandra mollis) pods and cat’s claw (Uncaria tormentosa) leaves.

Quercetin aids healthy mast cell function by offering immune support. An in vitro study conducted on neutrophils (a type of white blood cell) found that the release of beta-glucuronidase and lysozyme (enzymes important in immune response) were mediated by its use. Arachidonic acid (active in the process of inflammation) release from cell membranes was substantially moderated.

Quercetin provides antioxidant support by promoting cardiovascular health through the protection of lipids from oxidation and supporting capillary health by improving their integrity and strength. Some studies suggest it supports healthy vision through the mediation of sorbitol production.

Sold in 250 mg capsules for cats.

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Quercetin is a plant pigment (flavonoid) which is found in many plants and foods, such as green tea, apples, berries, Ginkgo Biloba and St John’s Wart.

Quercetin is the most abundant dietary flavonoid and has been linked to improved exercise performance and reduced inflammation, blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

It is a naturally occurring antioxidant and recent studies have shown Quercetin supports the body’s natural anti-inflammatory processes and is particularly beneficial to supporting urinary tract health in dogs and cats.

Quercetin also works very well for pet allergy symptoms. It suppresses the release of histamine, which is what causes much of the inflammation, redness and irritation caused by pet allergies.

Quercetin for dogs and cats is often teamed up with other natural ingredients such as L-Tryptophan and N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine as a triple action support for urinary tract health in pets.

When to use quercetin for cats?

Urinary tract health is a common reason for pet owners to visit the vets. There could be several reasons why your cat or dog may need support maintaining healthy urinary tract function. Stress is one of the most common reasons.

Poor urinary tract health is more common in cats, changes in their routine or environment could lead to bladder problems from stress or other cats in the neighbourhood.


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