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Apigenin

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Apigenin is a bioflavonoid compound found in various fruits, vegetables, and herbs, such as chamomile and parsley, which can help reduce stress and promote higher-quality sleep. Apigenin works by activating chloride ion channels, calming overall neuronal activity in the forebrain, and allowing the body to enter a more restful state. Research has also demonstrated that taking an apigenin supplement can decrease the stress hormone cortisol.

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Several plant bioactive compounds have exhibited functional activities that suggest they could play a remarkable role in preventing a wide range of chronic diseases. The largest group of naturally-occurring polyphenols are the flavonoids, including apigenin. Higher dietary intake of certain polyphenols may be associated with better sleep quality among adults. Additionally, studies have shown that apigenin increases total sleep duration as well as quickens sleep latency.

Apigenin capsule

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What to Expect With Apigenin

When to Use
1 x capsule 30-60 minutes prior to sleep
Onset Time
2-4 days
Results may vary, but many individuals typically experience benefits within a few days of regular use, while others may require longer to see significant changes.
Expected Results
Sleep Cognitive Function
Apigenin can be used as a daily supplement to support cognitive function and manage stress. Results may vary depending on individual factors such as age, lifestyle, and overall health.

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