Notes from DrKF:
Luteolin is a polyphenol and DNA methylation adaptogen whose moment in the sun is just coming now. As more studies come forward, we are learn more and more about this polyphenol, which has already been shown to be anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, and a very useful antihistamine. Along with quercetin, we use luteolin in practice with our allergy patients regularly. I suspect as research moves forward, we’ll see that in addition to optimizing DNA methylation, luteolin has specific anti-aging mechanisms and is likely a senolytic agent.
Dosage: 500 mg-1000 mg per day.