Hesperidin, as a derivative of dihydroflavonoids, widely exists in legume, birch, lip flower, butterfly flower, Rutaceae, and citrus plants. Hesperidin has the function of vitamin P, controlling blood pressure, antiallergic, reducing bone mineral density and cholesterol, improving enzyme activity and microcirculation, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-hepatitis B, and antitumor. As auxiliary materials, hesperidin is widely used to aid in the treatment of the cardiovascular system. Hesperidin, as a natural plant extract and nontoxic side effect to the human body, will have a broad market prospect.
KeywordsHesperidin Dihydroflavonoids Vitamin P
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