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a tannic acid that is extracted from black catechu as a white crystalline substance

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i] values much lower than those of other natural substances such as catechine and piperine, and were very close to that of the synthetic selective MAO-B inhibitor deprenyl (selegiline) (Table 2).
Although we could not identify procyanidin B-1, procyanidin B-2, epicatechin and catechine in rat plasma after USE administration, this study indicated that caffeic acid could be absorbed and circulate in blood.
Le chocolat, lui, est consomme a cause de la presence de catechines et le the vert pour celle de la quercetine.
Although yerba mate has more antioxidants than green tea, it has little or no catechines, a green tea ingredient linked to lowering the risk of prostate cancer.
Numerous findings further suggest that the catechines in the Polyphenon(R) E Ointment inhibit basic functions of HPV, counteract specific changes in tumor cells and, moreover, stimulate the immune system.