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How does Fisetin helps affected glial cells?
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Excessive activation of the glial cells in the brain is associated with inflammatory nerve damage, excitotoxicity, and declining neurological health. Fisetin has been shown to reduce excess glial cell activation upon exposure of nerve cells to a known neurotoxin. https://www.wisepowder.com/product-details/fisetin-powder-528-48-3/ has also been shown to reduce excessive formation of amyloid beta protein - a process that otherwise induces brain plaque associated with cognitive decline.
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