Origin: Derived from wine tea extract and the Cedrus Deodora tree
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Overview: Dihydromyricetin, also known as Ampelopsin, is a flavanol found in the Ampelopsis species japonica, megalophylla, and grossedentata; Cercidiphyllum japonicum; Hovenia dulcis; Rhododendron cinnabarinum; some Pinus species; and some Cedrus species, as well as in Salix sachalinensis.
It has been used in traditional Japanese, Chinese, and Korean medicines as a laxative; hangover treatment; to treat fever, liver diseases, and parasitic infection; and as a laxative.
- Treating symptoms of hangover
- Increasing dopamine levels in the body which helps in reducing anxiety
- Decreasing alcohol withdrawal symptoms
- Potentially improving physical performance
- Minimizing peroxidation of lipids
- Supporting blood health
- Increasing clarity of thought and mental energy
Common Dosage: 300 mg