Japanese cornel dogwood

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The gradual breakdown of auditory cells, which can lead to symptoms of tinnitus, can be prevented by antioxidants and specific organic acids, and Japanese cornel dogwood happens to have both. This particular fruit contains ursolic acid, a somewhat rare compound that can stimulate antioxidant activity within the body. Antioxidants can neutralize free radicals, the natural byproducts of cellular respiration, which can cause cellular mutation and oxidative stress throughout the body, including the ears.

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