Also known as
Apigenin, 4′,5,7-trihydroxyflavone, Celery extract
Apigenin is a compound known as a bioflavonoid, bioflavonoids encompass an extremely large class of compounds, some of which are known as polyphenols, anthoxanthins, flavanols, anthocyanidins, among others. Bioflavonoids have numerous health benefit, and are believed to play a major role in the antioxidant and health bestowing properties of the vegetable world.
Standardized extract of Celery, totaling a 7% apegenin content.
Recommended amount per dose is 500-2000 mg, or 1-4 full size '00' capsules.
Apigenin is a very abundant flavonoid found in plants, dietary sources include celery, broccoli, green pepper, parsley, thyme, dandelion, perilla, chamomile tea, carrots, olive oil, peanuts, peppermint, rosemary, navel oranges, and oregano. Apigenin and related compounds are believed to be responsible for many of the health benefits of the plant world, while apigenin specifically inhibits the monoamine transporter and activates the benzodiazepine receptor, exerting anxiolytic and slight sedative effects. Apigenin also influences the NMDA, adenosine, and opioid receptors, and may stimulate adult neurogenesis. Apigenin makes up on average 65% of the flavonoid content of chamomile flowers.
Do not consume without knowing an accurate dosage. A milligram scale is highly recommended.
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