Study: Quercetin, a Gene-Eden-VIR Ingredient, Kills the Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
Quercetin, a Gene-Eden-VIR ingredient, is a natural CMV Remedy.
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Human Cytomegalovirus or Human CMV (HCMV) is a herpes virus that infects 70-80% of the population of the western world.
It can give rise to several diseases including pneumonia and retinitis. It is
also known to cause congenital disorders.  It is a common opportunistic
infection in immunocompromised individuals such as AIDS patients and organ
transplant recipients.  Simply put, when you are infected this virus it causes
various organ diseases, neural damages in fetuses and causes severe morbidity
or eventual mortality in AIDS or organ transplant patients. 
The treatment of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection is difficult because few therapeutic options are available. At present
ganciclovir, foscarnet, and cidofovir have been approved for the treatment of
HCMV infections. Although the treatment of HCMV infections with these drugs
has produced clinical improvement in a large proportion of patients, the drugs
suffer from poor oral bioavailability, low potency, the development of drug
resistance in the clinic, and dose-limiting toxicities; and for treatments
with some of these drugs, the patients need to be confined in a hospital.1
Recently, a study conducted by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Tongli Hospital Affiliated with
Tongfi Medical College, Huazhong University of Science and Technology in
Wuhan, China showed that Quercetin has a much higher anti-human
cytomegalovirus (CMV) effect than ganciclovir. 
Quercetin is a plant-derived flavonoid found in fruits, vegetables, leaves and grains. It also may be used as an
ingredient in supplements, beverages or foods.  The American Cancer Society
says quercetin "has been promoted as being effective against a wide variety of
diseases, including cancer." 
Some foods rich in quercetin include green and black tea, capers, lovage, apples, onion, especially red onion, red
grapes, citrus fruit, tomato, broccoli and other leafy green vegetables, and a
number of berries, including raspberry, bog whortleberry, lingonberry,
cranberry, chokeberry, sweet rowan, rowanberry, sea buckthorn berry,
crowberry, and the fruit of the prickly pear cactus. A recent study found that
organically grown tomatoes had 79% more quercetin than "conventionally
polyDNA recommends a diet rich with the mentioned foods to get enough quercetin to prevent or if already
infected, to counter the effects of HCMV. This may be easy to say but it can
be difficult to get the necessary amounts of quercetin in a human diet.
polyDNA also recommends Gene-Eden-VIR, a natural anti-viral supplement that
contains Quercetin along with 4 other natural ingredients that target latent viruses. The other 4 ingredients of Gene-Eden-VIR are Green Tea
Extract, Licorice Extract, Cinnamon Extract, and Selenium.
For more information about Gene-Eden, visit the Gene-Eden-VIR website.
1. Effects of Human Cytomegalovirus
Infection on Ligands for the Activating NKG2D Receptor of NK Cells:
Up-Regulation of UL16-Binding Protein 1 (ULBP1) and ULBP2 Is Counteracted by the
Viral UL16 Protein.
2. Imparative Study of the Anti-Human
Cytomegalovirus Activities and Toxicities of a Tetrahydrofuran Phosphonate
Analogue of Guanosine and Cidofovir.
3. An in vitro study of anti-human
cytomegalovirus effect of Forsythia suspensa and its main active ingredient
4. Wikipedia article on Quercetin.
5. Original Article Anti-human
cytomegalovirus activity of constituents from Sasa albo - marginata (Kumazasa