Origin: Damiana (Turnera Diffusa)
Also known as: 4′-Methoxy-5,7-dihydroxyflavone
Acacetin is a naturally occurring flavone that is commonly found in the woody shrub Damiana, as well as Korean Mint. Less commonly, it is found in Silver Birch and Black Locust trees.
Primarily, Acacetin shows potential as an anti-aromatase. Aromatase is the key catalytic enzyme in breaking down testosterone, and converting it to estrogen. Less aromatase means more testosterone, and lower estrogen.
Common Dosage: 100-200mg
Research Rating (out of 10*): 2*