Orientin – Flavonoid Profile
A derivative of luteolin, orientin is produced in bamboo leaves, found in buckwheat sprout and identifiable in several other herbs and vegetables. Over the centuries traditional medicine has turned to this flavone to solve a variety of ailments. Recent studies confirm orientin’s therapeutic abilities for treating a wide range of disorders and conditions thanks to its antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammation, anti-depressant properties and more.
Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Effects
Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Effects of Polygonum orientale L. Extracts