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Taxifolin is a bioflavonoid extracted from Siberian larch.

  • Strong antioxidant power and protective effect on the vascular system.
  • May help regulate blood pressure.
  • Provides essential neuroprotection against oxidative damage.
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Taxifolin Supplement Made With Siberian Larch Extract

Taxifolin, or dihydroquercetin, is a bioflavonoid with a similar structure to that of quercetin. The taxifolin is extracted from Siberian larch. The reported benefits of taxifolin supplements include support for the heart, brain, immune system, and assistance with reducing swelling and soothing allergies.

So, what are some of the dihydroquercetin health benefits? and why should you consider taking this Siberian larch tree extract? We look closer at research and the most popular taxifolin uses to help you determine if our dihydroquercetin supplement is right for you.

Taxifolin Benefits

Even though more research is needed, there has been an abundance of clinical studies, so it's easy to know what to expect from a taxifolin supplement. Over the last 50 years, almost 600 studies (most of them Russian) have investigated the efficacy and safety of taxifolin. In particular, they have highlighted the reported benefits of antioxidants and heart health support.

Among others, research has demonstrated that taxifolin may offer the following benefits:

  • Research shows taxifolin is a potent antioxidant more powerful than Vitamin E or carotenoids.
  • Studies indicate it aids and supports blood flow.
  • Research found taxifolin may support the vascular system and support overall eye health.
  • Further studies indicate the potential of taxifolin to assist in blood pressure regulation.
  • Research has found taxifolin has the potential to impact lipid peroxidation.
  • Other clinical studies show taxifolin may impact the formation of apolipoprotein B, one of the main constituents of low-density lipoproteins (LDL).
  • In rat studies, taxifolin assisted in lowering serum and hepatic levels of lipids and cholesterol.
  • Research shows taxifolin may support brain and nerve health.
  • Studies show that taxifolin may act as a sleeping aid, support brain health, and may uplift the mood and support overall feelings of well-being.
  • Research indicates taxifolin also supports memory.

More research is needed to discover additional dihydroquercetin benefits that supplements may be capable of. For now, we know that it's hailed as a supplement that provides antioxidant power while possibly inhibiting specific heart ailments and combating mental decline.

Potential Taxifolin Side Effects

Before you take a taxifolin supplement, it's important to do your own research. While there have been minimal dihydroquercetin side effects reported, there's always the chance there could be an adverse reaction. That's why we always recommend consulting with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement. You can discuss your health ailments and current prescriptions with your doctor to ensure there will be no adverse interactions.

Until more research is performed, it's not recommended to take taxifolin dihydroquercetin if you are pregnant or lactating. While there may not be any currently reported side effects of taxifolin, it's best to wait until more studies are conducted. If you’re pregnant or intend to be, always discuss your healthcare and supplement regimen with your primary care provider before taking or continuing your regimen or taking any additional supplements.

If you notice any side effects after starting your new supplement, discontinue use immediately. A complete evaluation should be performed by your doctor to determine what caused the reaction. Only after a doctor has cleared your use of supplements should you start taking supplements again.

Follow all recommended serving instructions unless otherwise directed by your medical care provider. If you take too much, you may experience side effects that wouldn't occur while following the directions.

Daily serving: 6 tablets
Number of servings per bottle: 16
Quantity per serving
Dihydroquercetin (from 75 mg of Siberian larch extract standardized to 80% of dihydroquercetin) 60 mg
Other ingredients: Acacia gum, fructo-oligosaccharide.

Each tablet provides 10 mg taxifolin.
Directions for use

How To Take Siberian Larch Extract

Each taxifolin tablet contains 10 mg of taxifolin. The only additional ingredients in our supplement include acacia gum and fructooligosaccharides, ensuring there are no unwanted reactions to fillers. For most people, it is recommended to take one to two tablets, either two or three times a day. This regimen could be followed for three to four weeks and repeated after a three-month break.

If you were to take six taxifolin tablets a day, you would receive 60 mg of Dihydroquercetin (from 75 mg of Siberian larch extract standardized to 80% of dihydroquercetin).

Note when you begin taking a new supplement, it's often best to start with a lower serving. Once you know that you can tolerate the serving, you can gradually move up until you reach the maximum serving.

You can choose to chew the tablets, but they can also be consumed by swallowing or sucking on them. Some people prefer to take their tablets with a meal because of the mildly astringent flavor. It's also possible to avoid any gastrointestinal discomfort by consuming it with food.

Store all of your supplements in a cool, dry location. By avoiding direct sunlight, you ensure the maximum efficiency possible. Discard any supplements once they extend beyond the "best by" date. Dispose of the expired supplements properly and open a new bottle.

Keep all supplements out of the reach of children and pets. These supplements are only intended to be used by healthy adults looking to boost overall well-being.

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  1. Topal F, Nar M, Gocer H, et al. Antioxidant activity of taxifolin: an activity-structure relationship. J Enzyme Inhib Med Chem. 2016;31(4):674-683. doi:10.3109/14756366.2015.1057723
  2. Salazar Vázquez BY, Martini J, Chávez Negrete A, et al. Cardiovascular benefits in moderate increases of blood and plasma viscosity surpass those associated with lowering viscosity: Experimental and clinical evidence. Clin Hemorheol Microcirc. 2010;44(2):75-85. doi:10.3233/CH-2010-1261
  3. Zhao Y, Huang W, Wang J, Chen Y, Huang W, Zhu Y. Taxifolin attenuates diabetic nephropathy in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Am J Transl Res. 2018;10(4):1205-1210. Published 2018 Apr 15.
  4. Arutyunyan TV, Korystova AF, Kublik LN, Levitman MKh, Shaposhnikova VV, Korystov YN. Effects of taxifolin on the activity of angiotensin-converting enzyme and reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in the aorta of aging rats and rats treated with the nitric oxide synthase inhibitor and dexamethasone. Age (Dordr). 2013;35(6):2089-2097. doi:10.1007/s11357-012-9497-4
  5. Ratty AK, Das NP. Effects of flavonoids on nonenzymatic lipid peroxidation: structure-activity relationship. Biochem Med Metab Biol. 1988;39(1):69-79. doi:10.1016/0885-4505(88)90060-6
  6. Yang CL, Lin YS, Liu KF, Peng WH, Hsu CM. Hepatoprotective Mechanisms of Taxifolin on Carbon Tetrachloride-Induced Acute Liver Injury in Mice. Nutrients. 2019;11(11):2655. Published 2019 Nov 4. doi:10.3390/nu11112655
  7. Wang Y, Wang Q, Bao X, et al. Taxifolin prevents β-amyloid-induced impairments of synaptic formation and deficits of memory via the inhibition of cytosolic phospholipase A2/prostaglandin E2 content. Metab Brain Dis. 2018;33(4):1069-1079. doi:10.1007/s11011-018-0207-5
  8. Tanaka M, Saito S, Inoue T, Satoh-Asahara N, Ihara M. Novel Therapeutic Potentials of Taxifolin for Amyloid-β-associated Neurodegenerative Diseases and Other Diseases: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives. Int J Mol Sci. 2019;20(9):2139. Published 2019 Apr 30. doi:10.3390/ijms20092139
  9. Saito S, Yamamoto Y, Maki T, et al. Taxifolin inhibits amyloid-β oligomer formation and fully restores vascular integrity and memory in cerebral amyloid angiopathy. Acta Neuropathol Commun. 2017;5(1):26. Published 2017 Apr 4. doi:10.1186/s40478-017-0429-5

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