Quercetin Max Review – Should You Use It?

By: Rob Miller
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Fact Checked On: 4-3-2020


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Quercetin Max Overview

We’ve been coming across a bunch of anti-aging supplements lately.

Some of them are new, and some have been around for quite a while but are just now getting our attention.

Quercetin Max is one of the more well-established options.

In fact, they claim it’s the number 1 anti-aging supplement in the world.

And it’s no wonder with a list of benefits like this.

According to their marketing materials, Quercetin Max will:

  • Sharpen your memory.
  • Decrease anxiety.
  • Help you get a more restful sleep.
  • Clear your vision and reduce cataracts and glaucoma.
  • Increase your energy and appetite.
  • Relieve back and joint pain.
  • Reduce the effects of asthma.
  • Improve your cardiovascular system.
  • Eliminate digestive issues.
  • Boost your sex drive.
  • Eliminate urinary infections.
  • Alleviate eczema, wrinkles, and varicose veins.
  • Strengthen bones.

Now that’s quite a list.

Let’s take a look at the formula to see if Quercetin Maxhas any hope of accomplishing it.

Quercetin Max ReviewQuercetin Max Ingredients and How They Work

Quercetin Max is a daily liquid supplement.

You take 5 drops twice a day for proper dosing.

The primary ingredient is of course Quercetin.

Quercetin is a phytochemical found in the skins of red fruits and vegetables like apples, red onions, blueberries, and tomatoes.

It’s mainly known as an antioxiadnt and anti-inflammatory, but it also has benefits to exercise endurance.

It’s been commonly used for years to improve the circulatory system and diabetic eye problems, though there is no clinical evidence to support those uses.

Quercetin Max Pros and Cons

Advantages of Quercetin Max

  • It is widely accepted that the quercetin in Quercetin Max contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • It comes in a liquid so if you don’t like taking pills, it’s not a problem.

Disadvantages o f Quercetin Max

  • The only place we could find to purchase it is eBay, which means it’s probably been discontinued.
  • We found no Quercetin Max reviews from customers to help us know how it works in the real world.
  • There’s a lot of information about quercetin, but not specifically Quercetin Max.

Where to Buy

The only place we could find to purchase Quercetin Maxwas eBay.

A 1 ounce bottle with eye dropper is currently selling for $42.


It may be a good idea to add quercetin to your supplement regimen. It’s already been shown to be beneficial in some ways, and studies are ongoing, so more benefits could be found.The problems I find with Quercetin Max are that it claims to be offer way more benefits than it possibly can, and it’s expensive.

There’s likely a better way to bet your quercetin than by using Quercetin Max.

With that being said, if you do a little bit of digging you are going to be sure to find some supplements that may contain quercetin or other similar properties that will help in adding a little bit of grace to the aging process for you.

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Quercetin Max

By Wally,  Nov 12, 2019

I'm a retired chemist/biochemist. My wife and I take many supplements.  Recently received an offer for Quercetin Max in the mail...5 dropper bottles for $129 + S&H. I read the extensive claims (allegedly an extract of some rare flower from Iceland growing on volcanic ash) and concluded that IF it can accomplish what it claims...it is likely due to factors beyond just quercetin (which I take in capsule form).  We used the 5 bottles. I MAY have improved hearing and eyesight... not conclusive.  Am reordering today...to give it a more extensive test. Can't recommend or "not recommend" but am leaning towards "recommend".

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I am interested in trying this, only I am a little reluctant since I am getting mixed reviews. I currently have kidney disease although not present at this time and no problems. I only want what's best to enhance my disease and for well being. Perhaps you can advise as to your thoughts on taking this supplement with my condition. I hope to hear from you and if the answer is "Yes" I will of course submit my review for other viewers. -Ernest Gadson

I think you should be fine, but because you have a medical condition, you should check with your doctor to be sure it's completely safe for you to take.- Rob

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Can you put 5 drops under your tongue instead of in a glass of water -Cheryl

That shouldn't be a problem.- Rob

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Can Quercetin Max improve heart pressure? -William

Improved cardiovascular function is on their list of benefits. I can't be certain it works in that area, so I wouldn't count on it, but it may be worth a try. Just run it by your doctor first, to make sure it's safe.- Rob

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I would like more information and reviews on the Quercetin Max & whether or not it does what it is advertised to do. -Mollyj.

You're welcome to read our review. I haven't tried it personally, but my feeling is that while it may help, it probably does not do all that it promises.- Rob

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What is the advantage of Quercetin Max over other quercetin products and why? -Ian

I don't know that there is one.- Rob

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8 comments on “Quercetin Max Review – Should You Use It?”

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  1. what about the rest of the other well known brands
    that are also producing quercetin supplement, are they safe ? ?
    1. Hey Alberto,
      I haven’t actually looked in to to many other brands, so I’m not really sure how they would compare to Quecertin Max.
  2. Today 21/07/18 I had a look at the above comments re Quercetin Max as I always look for any reviews about any health product info posted to me. Based on the lack of informed reviews I will not be trying it.

    The address promoting this product is.
    Aquil Laboratory, The Stable House, Aldsworth, Gloucestershire, GL54 3QX.

    Director of Research, Dr R Fuller
  3. I also received all the pages of information about Quercetin Max and was very surprised to find they had actually used a real nursing home in Iceland. I couldn’t find anything about the 21 miraculous people at that nursing home or the Doctors.

    How can they use a real place then make up stories about the results.
    1. Hey Marilyn,

      I wish I knew. I think they are small enough and nimble enough to escape notice for a while.

      Then when people start to catch on, they close up shop. I can’t swear that’s the case with Quercetin, but I know it happens with some other products.

  4. Breaking news of Quercetin Max liquid by mail order came to my mail box recently (2017). A search on internet only found 2 comments (all negative) .

    I could not find any positive comments from users of this “amazing” liquid?
  5. This is same as the meristem you cannot find any ownership nor dr r. Fuller director of research from greenstay laboratory.

    This is the same CON as the MERISTEM, same people giving you crap and taking your money.The rhododendron flowers are dangerous especially the leaves, showing symptoms of stomach irritation , abdominal pain, the list goes on and it can lead to death. Also honey made from the nectar is also toxic and should not be consumed.

    You can reseach this info as I did but nothing about them. This is just another CON.

  6. I recieved an offer for Quercetin in the mail, I went to check it out through the internet in case it was not genuine, they are using mail order purchases in Australia, according to the large information flyer the product can practically repair the whole body, which seems almost to good to be true, they offer a 90 day money back guarantee. My findings when I checked it out, seems to risky to use, so I will not purchase this product as it may have harmful effects on me.

    John Ginesi

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