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    Hesperidin is a flavanone glycoside found abundantly in citrus fruits. Its aglycone form is called hesperetin. It should not be confused with hesperadin, which is an aurora inhibitor. Hesperidin's name is derived from the word "hesperidium", the kind of fruit produced by citrus trees. Hesperidin is believed to play a role in plant defense. It acts as an antioxidant according to in vitro studies.

    Hesperidin is a bioflavonoid that is vital in helping increase the strength of the blood vessels and regulating their permeability. This bioflavnoid protects Vitamin C from being destroyed by oxidation and allows the body to properly absorb and use Vitamin C. This bioflavonoid also assists Vitamin C in keeping Collagen in healthy condition. Wrinkling and sagging skin is caused by a breakdown of collagen. Hesperidin is a water-soluble nutrient found in high concentrations in citrus fruits and leafy green vegetables.


    Hesperidin is a natural substance found primarily in the pulps and rinds of citrus fruits. It is also available in supplement form and is classified as a bioflavonoid - a type of compound with antioxidant effects. It is touted as a natural remedy for a number of health problems and have beneficial effects on the blood vessels, including:
    • Allergies
    • Hemorroids
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Menopause Symptoms
    • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
    • Varicose Veins

    Hesperidin is also said to improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and help prevent cancer.

    Hesperidin is useful in treating the complaints of menopause and in dealing with the viruses that cause herpes, the flu, and certain respiratory ailments. Hesperidin fights allergic reactions by blocking the release of histamine. It may also help reduce edema (accumulation of fluid) in the legs. Hesperidin deficiency has been linked to weaknesses in the walls of the blood vessels, pain and weakness in the hands and feet, and leg cramps at night. Having adequate amounts of Hesperidin in the body can help prevent hypertension, hemorrhages and ruptures in the capillaries and connective tissues. It also helps build a protective barrier against infections. It is thought that Hesperidin is effective in reducing hay fever and other allergies by inhibiting the release of histamine.

    Research on the health effects of Hesperidin is fairly limited. However, there is some evidence that Hesperidin may offer certain health benefits, although most of the studies are older. Various preliminary animal studies reveal novel pharmaceutical properties. Hesperidin reduced cholesterol and blood pressure in rats. In a mouse study, large doses of Hesperidin decreased b bone density loss. Another animal study showed protective effects against sepsis. In vitro and in laboratory research, Hesperidin has anti-inflammatory effects. It is also a potential sedative, possibly acting through opioid or adenosine receptors. Hesperidin exhibited pronounced anticancer activity against some selected human carcinoma cell lines. Some in vitro results applied only to the aglycone form. Hesperidin also showed potential to penetrate the blood-brain barrier in an in vitro model. A source of Hesperidin is 700 to 2,500 ppm in fruit of Citrus aurantium L. (Rutaceae) - Bitter Orange, Petitgrain.

  • Chronic Venous Insufficiency: This is a condition in which the veins do not efficiently return blood from the legs to the heart, chronic venous insufficiency is linked to problems like varicose veins, ankle swelling, and nighttime leg cramping. Supplements containing a combination of Hesperidin, extract of the herb butcher's broom, and ascorbic acid (a form of vitamin C) may help treat chronic venous insufficiency, according to a 2007 study published in International Angiology. The study involved 124 people with chronic venous insufficiency. Every day for eight weeks, all study members took two capsules of the hespiridin/butcher's broom/ascorbic acid formula. Starting in the second week of the study, participants showed significant improvements in their symptoms (including pain, cramps, and swelling). The study's authors suggest that the hespiridin/butcher's broom/ascorbic acid may help treat chronic venous insufficiency by producing beneficial effects in patients' blood vessels.

  • Hemorrhoids: Hesperidin is used to treat internal hemorrhoids, when used in combination with diosmin. the combination of hesperidin and diosmin seems to both significantly improve the symptoms of hemorrhoids and also keep hemorrhoid, once healed, from coming back. In a 1994 study from Angiology, a supplement containing a combination of hespiridin and diosmin (another antioxidant compound available in citrus fruits) was found to aid in the treatment of hemorrhoids. For the study, 100 patients suffering from a hemorrhoid attack were treated with either the hespiridin/diosmin combination or a placebo for seven days. Compared to the placebo group, members of the supplement group showed significantly greater improvement in symptoms.

  • Leg Ulcers: Hesperidin is used to treat leg ulcers caused by poor circulation, when used in combination with diosmin. Hesperidin, in combination with diosmin and a compression dressing, seems to improve healing of small ulcers (less than 10 centimeters) caused by poor blood circulation.

  • Lymphedema: Hesperidin may be considered for reducing arm swelling in lymphedema following breast cancer surgery.

  • Cancer: Hesperidin may offer anti-cancer benefits, according to a preliminary study published in Phytotherapy Research in 2010. In tests on human breast cancer and prostate cancer cells, the study's authors found that hesperidin inhibited the spread and growth of cancer cells.

  • Osteoporosis: Hesperidin shows promise for the prevention for postmenopausal osteoporosis, a 2003 study from the Journal of Nutrition suggests. In tests on mice, researchers discovered that a hesperidin-rich diet helped inhibit bone loss in animals whose ovaries had been removed.

  • High Cholesterol: Preliminary research indicates that a combination of Hesperidin and vitamin E may help keep cholesterol in check. In a 2001 study on rats (published in the International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research), scientists found that supplementing the animals' high-cholesterol diets with hesperidin and vitamin E helped reduce cholesterol levels in their blood.


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    6. Emim JA, Oliveira AB, Lapa AJ (February 1994). Pharmacological evaluation of the anti-inflammatory activity of a citrus bioflavonoid, hesperidin, and the isoflavonoids, duartin and claussequinone, in rats and mice. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 46 (2): 118–22.
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    8. Loscalzo LM, Wasowski C, Paladini AC, Marder M (February 2008). Opioid receptors are involved in the sedative and antinociceptive effects of hesperidin as well as in its potentiation with benzodiazepines. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 580 (3): 306–13.
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    Hesperidin is a plant chemical that is classified as a bioflavonoid. It is found primarily in citrus fruits. People also use it as a medicine and dietary supplement. Hesperidin sources include Hyssop, Buchu leaf, Capsicum annuum (Bell pepper, Cherry Pepper, Cone Pepper, Green Pepper, Sweet Pepper, Paprika), Capsicum frutescens (Chili Pepper, Hot Pepper Cayenne Pepper, Tabasco), Bitter Orange (Petitgrain), Lemons, Citron, Grapefruit, Mandarin Oranges / Tangerines, Oranges, Limes, and other citrus species, Artichoke leaf, Spurge Laurel (Spurge Olive), Mentha canadensis L. (Cornmint, Field Mint, Japanese Mint), Mentha longifolia L. (Bibical Mint), European Pennyroyal, Spearmint, and other mint species, Masterwort, Rosemary, and Mullein.

    Hesperidin alone, or in combination with other citrus bioflavonoids (diosmin, for example), is most often used for blood vessel conditions such as hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and poor circulation (venous stasis). It is also used to treat lymphedema, a condition involving fluid retention that can be a complication of breast cancer surgery. Hesperidin may help blood vessels function better. It may also reduce inflammation. In addition to increasing vein and capillary strength, Hesperidin can reduce histamine release from mast cells by strengthening the cell membrane (mast cells are blood cells that contain granules of histamine and other substances).

    Hesperidin comes in various forms and is an ingredient in many products. While Hesperidin itself is not very water-soluble, hesperidin methyl chalcone (HMC) is highly water-soluble, allowing for greater absorption of the molecule in the gastrointestinal tract. As with all flavonoids, HMC is an antioxidant. Hesperidin also supports eye health and has blood vessel-stabilizing effects.

    A standard dosage of Hesperidin is between 10 mg and 100 mg per day depending on your body’s needs. For best results read and follow product label directions. The following doses have been studied in scientific research:


  • For the treatment of hemorrhoids inside the anus: 150 mg of Hesperidin plus 1350 mg of diosmin twice daily for 4 days, followed by 100 mg of hesperidin and 900 mg of diosmin twice daily for 3 days.
  • For preventing the return of hemorrhoids inside the anus: 50 mg of Hesperidin plus 450 mg of diosmin twice daily for 3 months.
  • For the treatment of leg ulcers caused by poor blood circulation (venous stasis ulcers): a combination of 100 mg of Hesperidin and 900 mg of diosmin daily for up to 2 months.



    A deficiency in Hesperidin may result in varicose veins, a tendency to bruise and bleed easily, and/or the appearance of purplish spots on the skin.


    Hesperidin is possibly safe for most people when used orall used for less than six months to a year. The safety of using it for a longer period of time is unknown.

    Hesperidin may trigger some side effects include stomach/abdominal pain, nausea and upset, diarrhea, and headache.

    Consult a health care practitioner or midwife while pregnant or breastfeeding before using hesperidin. Not enough is known about the use of hesperidin during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

    There currently is no information available about hesperidin interactions. However, it may be unsafe for people taking certain medications (including anticoagulants, blood pressure drugs, and calcium channel blockers). Therefore, it is important to consult your health care provider if you are considering using hesperidin in combination with other medications. In addition, hesperidin may be unsafe for people with blood disorders.


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    Hesperidin is a naturally occurring flavonoid which can be found in citrus rinds. Citrus bioflavonoids possess antioxidant properties have been shown to positively impact normal capillary integrity.


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