- Rutin Flavonoid in capsules.
- 500mg, High concentration.
- From natural sources.
- Suitable for vegans.
- With magnesium and selenium.
Table of contents
Rutin 500mg from EssentialSeries is a food supplement in vegan capsules based on rutin, naturally sourced, the flower buds of the Sophora japonica.
Rutin is a flavonoid belonging to the subfamily of flavonols, found in large quantities in sophora extract, which is why the plant is highly valued in the nutritional field..
Rutin 500mg is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Because it is a phenolic nutrient, of recognised nutritional value, whose scientific research keeps growing year after year (Budzynska et al., 2019).
Flavonoids are a class of nutrients, grouped into families that share structural and functional similarities (anthocyanin, flavonols, flavonones, chalcones, etc..
Rutin belongs to the 'flavonols' category, one of the most valued.
Sophora (Sophora japonica), also known as the Japanese Pagoda, is the plant from which this great concentration of natural rutin comes from.
Its flower buds, in the stage prior to the opening of the bud, present a high density of rutin as a nutrient produced and used during the flowering process.
The best-quality natural-source rutin is obtained from this extract.
Rutin 500mg from EssentialSeries provides a magnesium source of: 77.5mg of elemental mineral per dose per day.
Magnesium is used because, among its many proven functions, it contributes to the reduction of fatigue and tiredness.
Selenium is a trace element known for its low mineral content in the Western diet.
The organic form of L-Selenomethionine brings a high density of available selenium to the formula.
Selenium helps protect cells against oxidative stress.
Discover what makes our high concentration rutin unique.
Routine, as a flavonol, comes from plants. The quality of its concentration depends on the source and the treatment of its source.
Not all parts of any plant containing rutin have the same density of the compound, and therefore not all are equal when it comes to obtaining a product of the highest quality.
Sophora flower buds are the segment of the plant with the highest density of flavonoid, making them a superior source to other herbal alternatives that contain it.
We use an extract 8 times more concentrated than the Sophora japonica, 100% standardised Rutin.
The best primary material on the market.
With the greatest concentration available and maximum rutin content guaranteed.
Selenium and magnesium are present in food supplements in the form of salts, compounds containing conjugated or un-conjugated elements that improve their solubility and availability.
Using magnesium is popular, being a mineral marketed by many companies in forms of poor absorption.
At HSN we use magnesium citrate, a mineral salt known for its high bioavailability.
Similarly, the selenium used comes from an organic source, L-selenomethionine, which has great absorption and retention in the body, unlike other inorganic forms such as selenite (Fairweather-Tait et al., 2010).
Top quality ingredients for a premium food supplement!
Rutin is a food supplement suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
In its development, no ingredients of animal origin have been used, neither as part of its functional formula, nor as food additives... Including its capsules.
More than 95% of the capsules used at HSN are veg-based, we avoid the use of animal gelatine as a coating agent and use hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, a vegetable polymer with high resistance and content retention.
Food supplements suitable for everyone, independent of their dietary preferences.
Take 1 veg capsule, 1 or 2 times a day, to obtain a total recommended dose of 2 capsules per day
It goes great with:
- Fairweather-Tait, S. J., Collings, R., & Hurst, R. (2010). Selenium bioavailability: current knowledge and future research requirements. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 91(5), 1484S-1491S.
- Budzynska, B., Faggio, C., Kruk-Slomka, M., Samec, D., Nabavi, S. F., Sureda, A., … Nabavi, S. M. (2017). Rutin as Neuroprotective Agent: From Bench to Bedside. Current Medicinal Chemistry, 26(27), 5152–5164.
Scientific studies of interest
- National Center for Biotechnology Information (2020). PubChem Compound Summary for CID 5280805, Rutin. Retrieved December 15, 2020.
- Panche, A. N., Diwan, A. D., & Chandra, S. R. (2016). Flavonoids: An overview. Journal of Nutritional Science, 5, e47.
- Enogieru, A. B., Haylett, W., Hiss, D. C., Bardien, S., & Ekpo, O. E. (2018). Rutin as a potent antioxidant: Implications for neurodegenerative disorders. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, 2018, 6241017.
- Ganeshpurkar, A., & Saluja, A. K. (2017). The Pharmacological Potential of Rutin. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal, 25(2), 149–164.
|per servingDaily dose|
|Serving size: 1 veg caps|
|Daily dose: 2 veg caps|
|Servings per container: 120|
|Amount per serving||NRV*|
|from 8:1 extract of Sophora japonica L. flower buds||500mg||++|
|NRVs (Nutrient Reference Values) established in Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 of 25 October 2011. †† NRVs are not established on this occasion.|