hesperidin

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hes·per·i·din

(hes-per'i-din),
A flavone diglycoside obtained from unripe citrus fruit, which reputedly possesses vitamin P activity.
Synonym(s): cirantin

hesperidin

/hes·per·i·din/ (hes-per´ĭ-din) a bioflavonoid predominant in lemons and oranges.

hesperidin

(hĕ-spĕr′ĭ-dĭn)
n.
A white or colorless crystalline compound, C28H34O15, occurring in citrus fruit.

hesperidin

[hesper′idin]
a crystalline flavone glycoside present in most citrus fruits, especially in the spongy casing of oranges and lemons.

quercetin

The flavonoid alglucon of quercitrin, or rutin, and other glycosides, which is a widely distributed antioxidant present in fruits and vegetables, such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and oranges, as well as in rinds, barks, clover blossoms and pollen. Early data indicates that quercetin has antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and anticarcinogenic activity; it has been used for fibromyalgia, metabolic syndrome and as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor.

hesperidin (hesˑ·p·ri·din),

n a flavonoid pigment derived from citrus fruits, used in combination with diosmin (in a 1 : 9 ratio) to improve the tone of veins; to normalize the permeability of capillaries; and to treat vascular conditions such as hemorrhoids, chronic venous insufficiency, and fragile capillaries. No precautions known. See also diosmin, flavonoids.

hes·per·i·din

(hes-per'i-din)
A flavone diglycoside obtained from unripe citrus fruit.