Rutin source: Rutin is classified as a bioflavonoid, which means that it is part of a class of water soluble compounds that are present in citrus fruits and other plant materials. Rutin is also known as citrus bioflavonoid, rutoside or oxerutin. Rich rutin sources include fruits and fruit rinds (most especially grapefruit, lemon, orange and lime) and in buckwheat seeds. It is also found in black tea and apple peelings.

Appearance: yellow or yellow green powder

Rutin introduction: Rutin is a bioflavonoid. Pure rutin is yellow or yellow-green colored needle-shaped crystal. Rutin is a flavonol glycoside comprised of the quercetin and the disaccharide rutinose (rhamnose and glucose).

Active ingredient:rutin

Rutin specifications:95%-98% NF11 DAB10 EP7

Test By: HPLC

Molecular formula:    C27H30O16

{{keyword}} Benefits:

1.Rutin is a supplement used to treat poor blood circulation, hemorrhoids, and Meniere's disease.

2.It may also be used to treat varicose veins or skin bruising.

3.It can enhances the absorption of Vitamin C, helps relieve pain, bumps and bruises, has an antibacterial effect, promotes   circulation, stimulates bile production, helps lower blood cholesterol, and prevents cataracts.