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Quercegen Pharmaceuticals LLC Obtains FDA GRAS Notified Status for its QU995™ Quercetin with Purity Greater than 99.5%
Date:2/3/2011

industry, a new food ingredient needs to be shown to be Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS). In addition, the FDA will not consider an ingredient for a health claim (substantiated or qualified) if the ingredient has not been demonstrated to be GRAS.

After years of research and work in collaboration with Merck Natural Products, commercial partners and various United States government agencies, Quercegen is introducing its first branded product, Q-Force™ (www.qforce.com) to the U.S. and European markets. Together with DARPA (the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and Nutravail Technologies, the Company developed Q-Force™ soft chews, which have been sold mainly to military personnel since 2007 and are now scheduled for a broader consumer rollout in 2011. Q-Force™ will be promoted towards active consumers seeking enhanced performance and overall health.  

"DARPA researchers have identified a very safe, natural antioxidant – called Quercetin – and developed it into a new form that is now available to the military and the general public. Among Quercetin's many potential benefits is illness prevention. In a randomized, placebo-controlled study, Quercetin helped prevent viral illnesses, like colds and flu, after physical exertion. Following a strenuous 3-day exercise routine, 50 percent of the control group became ill with colds and flu, whereas only five percent of the Quercetin supplemented group did. This important immune protective effect will help keep our warfighters healthy during training and deployment. Quercetin has been commercialized as RealFX Q-Plus™* soft chews, which are now available through several commercial vendors, as well as to all military personnel at a 50 percent discount."

--Dr. Tony Tether, Director, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Testimony Submitted to the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities, Hous
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