diosmin


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diosmin (dīˑ·ōs·mn),

n a flavonoid pigment derived from citrus fruits or rosemary, used in combination with hesperidin (in a 9 : 1 ratio) to improve the tone of veins; normalize the permeability of capillaries; and treat vascular conditions such as hemorrhoids, chronic venous insufficiency, and fragile capillaries. No precautions known. See also flavonoids and hesperidin.
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Diosmin protects against ethanol-induced gastric injury in rats: Novel anti ulcer actions.
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They are primarily managed by limb elevation, compression bandaging and oral drugs like pentoxyfylline and diosmin.
Gamma-coniceine, N-methylconiine, diosmin, chlorogenic acid (Prajapati et al.
diosmin (from a Aurantii amari pericarpium) (Vereczkey 1985; Maincent et al.
Rats in this group were given diosmin 50 mg/kg in in the form of gavage per orogastric tube (7 Gauge feeding tube) immediately following induction of ischemia to reach of plasma concentration of diosmin at the beginning of reperfusion.
Daflon is a flavonoid vasoprotector venotonic agent whose active component is micronized flavonidic fraction that contains 90% diosmin and 10% hesperidin9.
Daflon, which is 90% Diosmin and 10% Hesperidin (Daflon 500), was introduced in France by Bensaude [5] for the treatment of haemorrhoids and other capillovenous diseases.
Huifeng Bio-Pharmaceutical Technology, a China-based company that develops and produces plant extracts and pharmaceutical raw materials for use in pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and food production, has received order for about 80 metric tons of Diosmin from Galenicum Health, a Spanish pharmaceutical company.
Diosmin tones capillaries; improves circulation, and gives antibacterial and antifungal protection.
For example, a preliminary animal study involving tow citrus flavonoids called iuteolin (found in parsley, celery and green pepper) and diosmin (foundin citrus fruit) suggests that these compounds may help reduce levels of the abnormal beta-amyloid proteins that make up the sticky brain plaques that are key markers of Alzheimer's disease (AD).