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sockalicious t1_j2cuius wrote

TL;DR: We've been fooling with this molecule for nearly 50 years and haven't found a single thing it's good for, but every 3 months we'll publish a review suggesting it should be tried on whatever disease is flavor-of-the-month.


AllowFreeSpeech t1_j2el1hw wrote

That's because of your silli reductionist worldview which assesses substances individually, and not in combination. I would get into details, but this would absolutely be the worst subreddit for a neutral discussion about it.


glichez t1_j2fo98a wrote

sure. quercetin is a great anti-inflammatory. we know that inflammation makes covid much worse. inflammation makes a LOT things much worse.


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