Rutin is one of the most popular bioflavonoids. Natural Factors Rutin is derived from the fruit of the Fava D'Anta tree (Dimorphandra mollis). Rutin is a citrus bioflavonoid that is found in many plants including Buckwheat. Along with the bioflavonoids, quercetin and naringin, Rutin works synergistically with vitamin C to scavenge free radicals. As well as being an antioxidant, rutin helps vitamin C to keep collagen, our "intercellular cement," healthy. Rutin strengthens capillaries, reducing their fragility, and regulates their permeability, making it a very supportive bioflavonoid for blood vessel health.
Supports Vascular Health and a Healthy Inflammatory Response
Rutin is a flavonoid glycoside also called rutoside, quercetin-3-rutinoside and sophorin
Often referred to as a bioflavonoid, it is a powerful antioxidant found in both citrus and non-citrus sources, such as buckwheat
Natural Factors Rutin will help to protect cells against environmental pollutants and deficiencies in the daily diet