The Quercetin can inhibit the histamine histamine released by mast cells (produced by the combination of allergic sputum (anti-caries) and IgE antibodies). This histamine stimulates nerves and causes blood vessels to dilate. Inflammation of the mucous membrane is one of the culprit of allergic symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose and itchy skin. In addition, cell experiments have found that ecdysone (yellow) can block intestinal inflammation caused by food allergies, and may reduce allergic reactions and any systemic discomfort (allergic sputum absorbed by the small intestine will enter the bloodstream, run to The whole body, so the symptoms of food allergies may appear in any tissue or organ of the body).
2. Antioxidant effect
Quercetin Quercetin reduces inflammation by scavenging free radicals, and quercetin protects against the effects of oxidative stress on cells. In addition, quercetin, which is produced during smoking, clearly protects against smoking damaged cells, in fact, quercetin aglycone and its conjugate metabolites (skin) Cyano-3-O-β glucuronide and quercetin-3-O-β-glucoside) protect cells from damage.
Quercetin inhibits enzymes in the body, usually caused by inflammation (ie, cyclooxygenase [COX] and lipoxygenase [LOX]), which is also tested in vivo and has been shown to have an anti-inflammatory effect. Quercetin inhibits the potential use of pro-inflammatory cytokines as therapeutic anti-inflammatory drugs.
4. Prevent cancer
Quercetin has antioxidant effects, as well as directing kinases and inhibiting cell cycle inhibition to induce apoptosis. The anti-cancer properties of quercetin balance the signaling in cells, whether inhibited or enhanced. Cell survival signal. In addition, quercetin can play an anti-cancer role, mTOR channel plays an important role in the regulation of protein synthesis, many people are activated when they have cancer, in order to inhibit mTOR channel activity and let apoptosis.