Quercetin 3-O-glucodise (Isoquercitrin) Content in Food
- Food Amount
- Grapes, black (100 g) 2.17 mg
- Red Raspberry, raw (100 g) 3.58 mg
- Nectarine, whole (100 g) 0.11 mg
- Broccoli, raw (100 g) 1.80 mg
- Red onion, raw (100 g) 1.80 mg
- Black tea, infused (100 ml) 1.13 mg
- Red wine (100 ml) 1.14 mg
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The reason there has been so much controversy about Hydroxychloroquine is because it is an excellent Zinc Ionophore!
Unlike Quercetin, which is metabolized quickly, Hydroxychloroquine stays in the body for a long time. The half-life of a single dose is around 3-4 weeks. So taking 200 mg once a week builds up to 700 to 800 mg. Which is completely within safe limits.
Also unlike Quercetin, which is an over-the-counter food supplement, Hydroxychloroquine is only available by prescription. Unless you live in the United States where it has been politically banned since President Trump announced it as a potential game changer in the Covid-19 pandemic.