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Hesperidin

Hesperidin

Hesperidin complex is a crystalline glycoside found in citrus fruits, especially in orange peel. Hesperidin is a member of the bioflavonoids, is a stabilizer and antioxidant, and has synergistic effects in combination with vitamin C. It has been reported to reduce capillary fragility.


References
Guthrie, Helen A. Introductory Nutrition. 5th edition. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1971.

Peaston, M.J.T. & P. Finnegan. 1968. "A case of combined poisoning with chlorpropamide, acetylsalicylic acid and paracetamol." British Journal of Clinical Practice, 22.

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