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Chrysin is a powerful flavonoid found naturally in the plant Passiflora caerulea.

  • Helps increase male reproductive hormone levels.
  • Inhibits the process of aromatization.
  • Used by athletes and bodybuilders.
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Passiflora caerulea flower containing chrysin

Chrysin Supplement for Healthy Hormone Levels

Chrysine contains the powerful flavonoid chrysin (5,7 Dihydroxyflavone, found naturally in the plant Passiflora caerulea) and is uniquely able to inhibit the process of aromatization that converts male reproductive hormone into estrogens in men as they grow older. This process is largely responsible for their relative feminization, particularly gynecomastia.

What is Natural Chrysin Flavonoid?

Chrysin is a natural polyphenol found in several plants, including the Indian trumpet flower. However, it is most commonly found in blue passion flowers, hence why it is often called “passion flower extract.”

As a natural flavonoid supplement, chrysin, or 5,7 dihydroxyflavone, has a range of biological activities. According to one study, chrysin has been associated with oxidative stress prevention, anti-inflammation, and the prevention of carcinogenesis and neurodegeneration.

Who Are Chrysin Supplements Aimed At?

These flavonoid capsules have been associated with various groups. Technically, anyone can benefit from taking a chrysin supplement for their health, but some can benefit more than others.

While medicinal uses of Passiflora caerulea exist, many athletes take these supplements for their anti-inflammatory effects. In particular, 5,7 dihydroxyflavone for bodybuilding can reduce inflammation and improve muscle recovery.

The connection between flavonoids and muscle recovery has been established and re-established over the years, so if you live an active lifestyle, a chrysin supplement could bolster your performance.

What Role Does the Plant Passiflora Caerulea Play in this Supplement?

Passionflower has been used since the 16th century to treat various ailments. Researchers are split on the potential benefits of passion flower capsules, but one area where they agree is that it is beneficial for human health.

Over time, passion flower has been marketed as a treatment for anxiety, insomnia, pain, inflammation, gastrointestinal symptoms, and infections. However, research is ongoing into all of these benefits.

We have incorporated passion flowers into this supplement to provide added benefits and make this an all-around supplement everyone can enjoy.

What are Chrysin Capsules Benefits?

Several studies have shown that levels of male reproductive hormones increase when the action of the enzyme aromatase is blocked. Chrysin is used in conjunction with male reproductive hormone precursors or stimulators (Tribulus terrestris, tongkat ali, DHEA) to prevent the age-associated process of converting male reproductive hormone into estrogens.

Athletes and bodybuilders typically take two to three grams of chrysin a day. Those who simply wish to increase their levels of reproductive hormone and reduce estrogens generally take one to two grams a day, adapting the dose in response to the results achieved.

When taken alongside a Bioperine® supplement – a black pepper extract standardized in piperine, chrysin bioavailability can be significantly improved at little extra cost.

Importance of These Passion Flower Capsules

Passion flowers are renowned for their benefits. But, according to WebMD, the most common reason to use these supplements is to help with sleep and anxiety.

Adding passion flowers to your daily supplement routine can help your body relax and recover by promoting healthy sleep. But it can also treat anxiety, reducing the stress contributing to other health conditions.

Chrysin Supplement Side Effects

It is vital to consider the side effects of any supplement before adding it to your diet. Thankfully, there are few side effects derived from our chrysin supplement. This supplement has been associated with some mild side effects, but in nearly all cases, these have been triggered by consuming vast quantities of this supplement.

As always, ensure you stick to the recommended daily dosage, and do not be afraid to contact your doctor to confirm that a chrysin supplement is right for you.

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.
Composition
Daily serving: 3 tablets
Number of servings per bottle: 30

Quantity
per serving

Chrysin (5,7-dihydroxyflavone) 1,500 mg
Other ingredients: calcium carbonate, stearic acid, croscarmellose sodium, maltodextrin, shellac.

Each tablet contains 500 mg pharmaceutical grade chrysin.
Directions for use

How To Take Our Chrysin Supplement?

Take one to three capsules per meal, depending on your needs. To maximize your 5,7 dihydroxyflavone benefits, always consume them while eating because they are fat-soluble, meaning they absorb better in food.

Never take more than the recommended daily allowance to enjoy further chrysin capsule benefits because this will only lead to an elevated risk of side effects.

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References
  1. Jana, K., Yin, X., Schiffer, R. B., Chen, J.-J., Pandey, A. K., Stocco, D. M., … Wang, X. (2008). Chrysin, a natural flavonoid enhances steroidogenesis and steroidogenic acute regulatory protein gene expression in mouse Leydig cells. Journal of Endocrinology, 197(2), 315–323. doi:10.1677/joe-07-0282

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