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Flavanol found in a wide variety of foodstuffs especially in red table wine, bee pollen, bilberries, blueberries, bog whortleberries, broad beans, Chinese bajberry, corn poppy leaves, cranberries, crowberries, blackcurrants, dock leaves, fennel, grapes, parsley, perilla, rutabaga, dill weed and tea (green and black). Glycosides are also widely distributed. Potential nutriceutical showing anti-HIV activity Myricetin is a naturally occurring flavonol, a flavonoid found in many grapes, berries, fruits, vegetables, herbs, as well as other plants. Walnuts are a rich dietary source. Myricetin has antioxidant properties. It is commonly found in the form of glycosides, such as myricitrin.[citation needed]; Myricetin is a naturally-occurring flavonoid found in many grapes, berries, fruits, vegetables, herbs, as well as other plants. Walnuts are a rich dietary source. It has been shown that myricetin has antioxidant properties. -- Wikipedia

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