Sophora japonica Extract Rutin Powder
- Sample:5-10g Sample For free
- CAS No:153-18-4
- Shelf Life: 2 years
- Appearance :Slight Green Yellow Powder
- Test Method :UV
- Used part :flower
- Specs: 95% Powder
Rutin Extract Product Description
Rutin, also known as rutin, vitamin P, molecular formula is C27H30O16, is a natural flavonoid glycoside, which belongs to flavonol glycosides widely present in plants, the two glycosides are glucose and rhamnin sugar. Appearance is light yellow or light green crystalline powder
Rutin Extract Specification
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Rutin Extract Function
- It can be used as edible antioxidant and nutritional enhancer.
- It has anti-inflammatory effect, can reduce the inflammation caused by mustard oil on animal eyes or skin, and has anti-virus effect.
- It can maintain vascular resistance, reduce its permeability and reduce brittleness. It can be used to prevent and treat cerebral hemorrhage, hypertension, retinal hemorrhage, purpura and acute hemorrhagic nephritis.
What is the best source of rutin extract?
Rutin extract is also called vitamin P, which is widely distributed in vegetables, fruits, and medicinal herbs such as asparagus and buckwheat. Further, buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) is considered to be one of the best dietary sources of rutin.
Is rutin anti-inflammatory?
One of rutin’s common uses is to ease arthritis pain. A study found that it aided in suppressing oxidative stress in people with arthritis. This may be due to rutin’s strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. There’s also evidence that rutin improves knee function in some who have arthritis.
Are there any side effects of rutin extract?
Some common side effects of taking rutin supplements include:
changes in heartbeat.
fluid accumulation in your knees.
How long does it take for rutin to work?
It takes several weeks to take effect. But I have been totally hemorrhoid free for about 4 years and at 78 I am not getting any younger. Just try it! There are no ill effects.
What are good sources of rutin extract?
Rutin is a plant pigment that is found in certain fruits and vegetables. Buckwheat, Japanese pagoda tree, and Eucalyptus are sources of rutin. Rutin is also found in lime tree flowers, elder flowers, hawthorn, rue, St. John’s Wort, Ginkgo, apples, and other fruits and vegetables.
How much rutin is in a cup of green tea?
Out of 14 of the studied infusions from various tea types, green tea included the highest content of rutin—37.13 mg/L—nearly 50 times less than Matcha.
Do blueberries contain rutin?
Blueberry also had the highest total phenolic content (TPC, 9.44 mg gallic acid/g DW), total flavonoid content (TFC, 36.08 mg rutin/g DW), and total anthocyanidin content (TAC, 24.38 mg catechin/g DW).
What is rutin derived from?
Rutin, also called as rutoside, quercetin-3-rutinoside, and sophorin is a citrus flavonoid glycoside found in buckwheat (Kreft et al., 1997). The name ‘rutin’ comes from the plant Ruta graveolens, which also contains rutin.