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Riboflavin is involved in the formation of flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin monouncleotide (FMN)‚ both of which function in oxidation-reduction reactions‚ and act as coenzymes in the mitochondrial respiratory chain. It also functions in the redox cycle of glutathione‚ which participates in protection against reactive oxygen species (ROS) such as hydroperoxides.
Butterbur (Petastis hybridus) has been demonstrated to reduce smooth muscle spams. It likely acts though calcium channel regulation and inhibition of peptide leukotriene biosynthesis‚ influencing the inflammatory cascade. Note: The quality of butterbur differs significantly from one supplier to the next‚ with varying quantities of patasins.
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) possesses aperient‚ carminative and bitter properties. Active principles include sesquiterpene lactones including parthenolide‚ as well as flavonoids‚ glycosides and pinenses. Extracts have been shown to suppress prostaglandin production.
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