Conquer Meniere’s Disease with Lemon Bioflavonoids

The third supplement I take from the  John of Ohio regimen is lemon bioflavonoids. Lemon rinds have a high concentration of a bioflavonoid called eriocitrin. Eriocitrin is found in other foods but only at helpful levels in lemon rinds. Eriocitrin dilates the small arteries and capillaries. This is very helpful in our sensitive ears. Eriocitrin also increases capillary permeability, which allows chemicals to diffuse through its walls. This is also helpful for our inner ears.

When shopping for bioflavonoids, make sure you get lemon bioflavonoids. There are products called citrus bioflavonoids or just plain bioflavonoids. If they do not have eriocitrin in them, they will be of no help to you.

Over the last couple of years I have noticed more and more places to purchase lemon bioflavonoids—although they may not be labeled as such. There are brands that label them simply “Bioflavonoids”, so be diligent in inspecting the labels and you can find a number of possible sources for you.

Some doctors suggest their patients take Lipoflavonoid for Meniere’s disease and specifically for tinnitus. Lipoflavonoid is a proprietary blend of lemon bioflavonoid and vitamins. It is more expensive than the plain lemon bioflavonoids.

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