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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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Flavanoids are major class of phenolic compounds present in medicinal plants and are found to have a potential role in prevention of various diseases through their antioxidant activity.
flavanoid sulfates and other fractions of Sweet the plant (Habbu, et al, 2009); immunomodulatory activity in mice on administration of ethanolic extract of root (Gokhale, et al, 2003).
Draco uses a proprietary pressurized hot-water extraction process that breaks down the plant cell walls to yield an 8% flavanoid standardization," Mr.
For the chemical determination, amounts of the total phenolic and flavanoid in methanol extracts were determined.
35 a serving - it's a refreshing beverage that also contains flavanoid antioxidants.
Silymarin is a polyphenolic flavanoid isolated from fruits and seeds of the Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) and has been used clinically for almost three decades in Europe as an antihepatotoxic agent for treatment of many liver diseases (El-Kamary et al.
It contains a group of flavanoid compounds which work like antioxidants, enhancing detoxification.
Phytochemical investigation of this plant revealed the presence of long-chain hydrocarbons, triglycerides, sterols, chromones, flavanoid, anthraquinones, sugar, diterpenoid, and triterpenoids from its leaves, flowers, seeds, pods, and fruits (Kuo 2002).
The flavanoid Safflor yellow is one of the main compounds in Flos Carthami, with pharmacological activities including vasodilation, antioxidation, protecting cardiac muscle and brain from injury, decreasing blood pressure, and suppressing immune function.
The exact nature and amount of flavonoids in commercially available chocolate should be known for assessment of the impact of the flavanoid content on human chronic diseases.
Lipton PureLeaf Tea naturally contains flavanoid antioxidants, which help neutralize free radicals, molecules that can damage cells.
Furthermore, 3 is 200 times more potent than norartocarpetin, a structurally related flavanoid which does not contain the lavandulyl moiety (Kittisak et al.
Our previous and present phytochemical studies on this medicinal plant revealed the abundance of flavanoids (Ma et al.