Also known as
Naringin, Citrus aurantium isolate, flavanone-7-O-glycoside
Naringin is a compound known as a bioflavonoid, bioflavonoids encompass an extremely large class of compounds, some of which are known as polyphenols, anthoxanthins, flavanols, anthocyanidins, among others. Bioflavonoids have numerous health benefit, and are believed to play a major role in the antioxidant and health bestowing properties of the vegetable world. Naringin occurs naturally in citrus fruits, especially in grapefruit, where it is responsible for the fruit's bitter taste.
Standardized extract of Citrus aurantium, totaling a 98% naringin content.
Recommended amount per dose is 500-1000 mg, or 1-2 size '00' capsules.
Naringin is a promising compound for supporting health in today's day and age, coming from the citrus family and specifically of the flavanone class of bioflavonoids. Naringin shows potential in assisting with a reduction of cholesterol, blood pressure, allergies, blood glucose levels, and possesses general heart supportive properties.
Do not consume without knowing an accurate dosage. A milligram scale is highly recommended.
Naringin inhibits some drug-metabolizing cytochrome P450 enzymes, including CYP3A4 and CYP1A2, which may result in drug-drug interactions. Ingestion of naringin and related flavonoids can also affect the intestinal absorption of certain drugs, leading to either an increase or decrease in circulating drug levels. To avoid interference with drug absorption and metabolism, the consumption of naringin, citrus (especially grapefruit) and other juices with medications is contraindicated
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