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any of a large class of plant pigments having a chemical structure based on or similar to flavone

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In 2008 Bhawna Sharma performed chemical analysis of Eugenia Jambolana seed extract by using HPLC and demonstrated the presence of different flavanoids and their derivatives which are known for their antioxidant potential.
These compounds are known collectively as the polyphenolics or tannins and more specifically as the flavanols or flavanoids.
Draco uses a proprietary pressurized hot-water extraction process that breaks down the plant cell walls to yield an 8% flavanoid standardization," Mr.
Flavanoid biosynthesis-related genes in grape skin are differentially regulated by temperature and light conditions.
Flavanoid Flavanoid is also known as tannin acid, constitutes to about 20 to 30 % components of tea, there are more than 30 kinds of elements in flavanoid, most of them have medical values, they produce capillaries, prevent internal bleeding, hinder arteriosclerosis, decrease the risk of blood clotting, high blood compressure or any coronary heart diseases, it can also kill bacteria and protecting us from cancer and is anti-radiation, etc.
The tuber of some tacca species contains taccalin based bitter flavanoid content, which is undesirable, hence phytochemical analyses need to be carried out on the extracted starch to examine for the presence of this flavanoid and other phytochemicals [8].
Effect of chronic treatment with a flavanoid fraction on inflammatory granuloma.
Total flavanoid and in vitro antioxidant activity of two seaweeds of Rameshwaram coast.
These flavanoid extract have been already quantified and their antioxidative, cytotoxicity and intestinal absorption property have also been investigated in goat model system (Sharma et al.
2000's Nutraceutical application of Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), Poly unsaturated fatty acid (PUFA), Flavanoid 2005 Dietary supplementation programs and nutraceuticals used in conjunction with nonsteroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs may offer significant benefits to patients with OA.
These all contain quercetin, a flavanoid that acts as an anti-histamine.
Flavanoid (as quercetin dihydrate, the safer, more effective flavanoid) and flavanol (low molecular weight, soluble OPC) are effective, when combined, in stimulating tissue repair, reducing pain from inflammation, and local swelling.