Category Archives: Chrysin

The Anti-Anxiety Effects of Chrysin

Chrysin is a polyphenol that belongs to the flavone subgroup of flavonoids. Evidence suggests that chrysin is able to bind to the GABAA receptor in the brains of animals and humans. This binding may explain the anxiolytic effects of chrysin, … Continue reading

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Apigenin and Chrysin: Flavonoids that Treat Anxiety

Flavonoids are low molecular weight polyphenols that occur ubiquitously in fruits, vegetables and other plant material. Chemically, flavonoids are phenylbenzopyrones which means they have a basic structure of a O-heterocyclic ring (B-ring) fused to an aromatic ring (C-ring) with a … Continue reading

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