TAXIFOLIN - Nature`s strongest antioxidant
How taxifolin may change my life?
  • Raises Immunity
  • Fight oxidation
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Reduces chronic inflammation
  • Slow down ageing
Scientific opinion about TAXIFOLIN and coronavirus (covid19)
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Taxifolin, also known as dihydro-quercetin, is a biologically more active molecular equivalent of flavonoid quercetin. Taxifolin has been found to be a stronger antioxidant than almost any other natural compound

Testing has shown that 98% pure taxifolin, has one of the highest single compound antioxidant activity values ever tested and that the antioxidative performance of taxifolin greatly depends on its purity.

For comparison purposes, 98% pure taxifolin is 6 times more potent an antioxidant than quercetin, 30 times more potent than vitamin E, and 50 times more potent than vitamin C.

Taxifolin 98% 64.200 pM TE/g*
Astaxanthin 28,222 pM TE/g*
Taxifolin 92% 19.900 pM TE/g*
Luteolin 12.100 pM TE/g*
Quercetin 10.900 pM TE/g*
Vitamin E 2.100 pM TE/g*
Vitamin C 1.300 pM TE/g*
Fresh fruits (avg) 100 pM TE/g*
The results is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalency (μmol TE) per gram.
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A unique complex of antioxidants for unprecedented protection of the body against oxidation by free radicals, boosting immunity and improving heart function.

Ingredients 1 serving
(2 capsules)
RDV
Taxifolin (2R, 3R - dihydroquencetin) 40 mg
Arabinogalactan 600 mg
Vitamin C 100 mg 125 %
Zink 6 mg 60 %
01 Taxifolin

Taxifolin, also known as dihydro-quercetin, is a biologically more active molecular equivalent of the flavonoid quercetin. Taxifolin has been found to be a stronger antioxidant than any other natural compound.

02 Arabinogalactan

Arabinogalactans are a highly soluble powder that possesses important immune-enhancing properties and are an excellent source of fiber. As a prebiotic, it can increase beneficial bacteria in the colon to support intestinal health.

03 Vitamin C

Vitamin C helps neutralize free radicals and reduce oxidative stress that can harm cells, including endothelial cells (cells that line blood vessels). It also plays a role in the production or activation of key immune cells, helps ensure a healthy inflammatory response. Taxifolin boosts the beneficial effects of vitamin C by increasing the duration of its biological activity, stimulating its regeneration, and slowing down its elimination from the body. The combination of vitamin C and taxifolin offers tremendous promise in preserving and restoring health.

04 Zinc

Zinc plays a key role in the optimal function of several immune cells — neutrophils, natural killer cells, and T-lymphocytes — that help maintain a healthy immune function and protect cells from oxidative damage.

More than
a dietary supplement

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Choose the Best
You may find other taxifolin products, but you will not find such high quality and pure taxifolin in any other product.
When choosing a product, remember the proven fact that the bioactivity of taxifolin significantly depends on its purity, for example 98% of purity is 5 times more active than 92% of purity.
Oxidation is a key process affecting the level of protection of our body from external influences
Slow Down Oxidation
Eating healthy
foods
Walking
Exercise
Meditation
Accelerate Oxidation
Smoking
Wi-Fi
Alcohol
Stress
Mobile
radiation
Salt
Air Pollution
Sugar
Chemical Additives
It is possible to slow down oxidation only with the help of antioxidants
Our body continuously produces antioxidants on its own, but with age it becomes more difficult for it to do so. To stay healthy, you must help your body.
2 ways to help your body
Provoke the production of your own antioxidants with daily physical activity.
Consume as much antioxidants as possible with food.

Be aware! Do not consume a lot of fruits, because contain sugar and fructose, which are harmful to health.

Nature & Science give us a KEY

Nature takes care of our protection. there are natural elements that can raise the body's defenses. however, in order to obtain these elements in a pure form, with preserved properties, without harmful impurities, technologies are needed.

The mission of our company is to apply the best technologies in order to carefully take the most healthy elements from nature and bring them to you

Siberia

Siberia is one of the most ecologically clean regions of the planet. The population density is less than 1 person per 10.000 sq. Km.

Most of Siberia is covered with an impenetrable coniferous forest called taiga.

Despite the extreme climate, the unique taiga ecosystem survives thanks to an amazing plant.

Larch tree is the queen of the taiga.

We have learned to carefully and safely extract taxifolin from larch wood and now everyone can use it to improve health
Why is larch capable of growing in temperatures as low as -76F (-60C) degrees, and also its wood does not decompose in water?

The answer is simple, larch wood is rich in taxifolin, a substance that significantly slows down the oxidation process.

Raw Material production in Siberia
Raw MaterialStumps left behind from the logging industry are gathered.
ProcessedStumps are crushed, chipped, and made into sawdust.
Patented ExtractionTaxifolin and arabinogalacted are via a patented technology.
Safety Test
Patented purificationTaxifolin is purification via a patented technology to ultra-high purity level 98%.
Shipping to EU
Product manufacturing in EU
Safety Test
FormulationTaxifolin and arabinogalacted mixed with Vitamin C and Zinc.
EncapsulationFormulated mixture encapsulated.
Quality Test
PackagingCapsules bottled, labeled and and boxed.
ShippingThe product delivered to destributors.
DistributionThe product distributed to customers.
  • 01Studies
  • 02Safety
  • 03Coronavirus (Covid19) application
  • 04Vitamin C Sinergy
Studies
International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Potential Inhibitors for Novel Coronavirus (Covid19) Protease, March 2020
ScienceDirect
An insight into the health-promoting effects of taxifolin (dihydroquercetin), October 2019.
SPER - Journal of Advanced
Pharmacy Education & Research
Therapeutic aspects of taxifolin – An update, Jul-Sep 2017. K. Saftar Asmi, T. Lakshmi, Sri Renukadevi Balusamy, R. Parameswari.
PeerJ Life & Environment
Taxifolin protects rat against myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injury by modulating the mitochondrial apoptosis pathway, January 2019.
Food & Function
Cardioprotective effects of dihydroquercetin against ischemia reperfusion injury by inhibiting oxidative stress and endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced apoptosis
Alzheimer’s & Dementia - The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association
Taxifolin is a novel therapeutic agent for Alzheimer’s disease and cerebral amyloid angiopathy, December 2020.
Food & Function
A study on the protective effects of taxifolin on human umbilical vein endothelial cells
Metabolic Brain Disease
Taxifolin prevents β-amyloid-induced impairments of synaptic formation and deficits of memory via the inhibition of cytosolic phospholipase A2/prostaglandin E2 content, March 2018.
European Food Safety Authority
Statement on the safety of taxifolin-rich extract from Dahurian Larch (Larix gmelinii), November 2017.
Heliyon Journal (Japan)
Cell cytotoxity and anti-glycation activity of taxifolin-rich extract
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
Taxifolin protects neurons against ischemic injury in vitro via the activation of antioxidant systems
Safety

Taxifolin, also called dyhidro-qercetin) and usual quercetin are relative flavonoids. Both have a similar mechanism of action inside the cell, but taxifolin has much higher biological activity and oxidation absorbance level.

Proven safe

15 clinical toxicity studies (acute, sub-acute, and chronic)

8 mutagenicity and genotoxicity studies

Testing showed a dose of 15,000mg/kg per day can be tolerated.

Small Single Daily Dose

Studies show effective dosing between 20mg and 160mg per day

Exceeding this dose will cause no health risk

Authorities Approval

Recognized as safe by FDA

Approved by EFSA for European Union

Approved by UNCPA for United Kingdom)

Coronavirus (Covid19) application

According to a group of scientists from the University of Basel (André Fischer, Manuel Selner, Santos Nerandjan, Markus A. Lille, and Martin Smiesko), taxifolin is one of the 11 most powerful natural compounds in the world, and is the only one directly available to consumers with the potential to inhibit Covid-19 activity in human cells.

To find new inhibitors, scientists from the University of Basel (André Fischer, Manuel Selner, Santos Nerandjan, Markus A. Lille, and Martin Smiesko) conducted a computer screening of a database of over 687 million compounds. After the analysis, a list of 11 compounds with improved free energy binding to the target protease was published. Also, a strong binder with comparable properties from the library of natural compounds was identified.

"The Siberian larch (Larix sibirica) is known to produce taxifolin offering a natural resource for its extraction. Furthermore, food preparations containing taxifolin are readily available from pharmacies and other companies allowing direct and fast access to the potential antiviral. Remarkably, taxifolin underwent seven hydrogen bonds which represent the highest count in our selection of compounds. Since hydrogen bonds are a key determinant for drug specificity, taxifolin might offer a naturally occurring alternative to the proposed inhibitors CP-1 to CP-11."

A group of scientists from the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics analyzed literature data and the experience of medical practitioners and published their observations in the journal European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences.

Considering the literature data and the experience of practicing doctors, one can assume that the COVID-19 infection is accompanied, particularly in severe cases, by pulmonary oxidative stress, which causes profound structural changes in the lung tissue.

Due to the coronavirus-induced degradation of Hb molecules, a decrease in the pool of redox-active erythrocytes and the accumulation of a large amount of free iron ions occur; in all organs and tissues, hypox- ia and oxidative stress may develop. To prevent these events in COVID-19 patients, we propose to use the pyrimidine nucleoside uridine and the antioxidant dihydroquercetin, which are promising in the treatment of hypoxia-induced injury of the lungs and respiratory diseases. They may be useful for the treatment of COVID-19 patients and the restoration of their body after such a serious illness."

Vitamin C Sinergy

The combination of vitamin C and taxifolin offers tremendous promise in preserving and restoring health.

Taxifolin boosts the beneficial effects of vitamin C by increasing the duration of its biological activity, stimulating its regeneration, and slowing down its elimination from the body. Unlike plants and most animals, humans cannot manufacture vitamin C within the body and therefore must obtain it from external sources. This has led some scientists, including the late Nobel Prize-winning chemist Linus Pauling, to propose that humans would enjoy better health if they supplemented their diets with an amount of the nutrient proportional to the amount produced in animal species that manufacture their own vitamin C.