Citrus fruits contain Diosmin, a flavonoid. Flavonoids are plant antioxidants that protect your body from inflammation and free radicals, which are unstable chemicals. It’s known to assist patients with venous incompetence, a disease in which blood flow is impeded, decrease inflammation and restore the normal flow of blood.
In the United States, Canada, and a few European nations, this dietary supplement is accessible over-the-counter. It’s also known as Daflon, citrus flavonoids, depending on where you live.
Diosmin has antihyperglycemic and antiulcer properties.
According to research, this compound may decrease vein inflammation and hence increase blood flow. For the support vein and capillary function, Diosmin is sold over-the-counter alone or in addition to hesperidin and Diosmin.
Diosmin helps to support the circulatory system’s function, particularly vein strength and competence.
Diosmin is also used to treat blood clots, retinal haemorrhage, and venous stasis.
Diosmin works by assisting in the reduction of vein inflammation and venous pressure.
Diosmin is a safe, over-the-counter supplement. Stomach pain, diarrhoea, headache, dizziness, skin rash, hives, muscular pains, and — in extreme cases — irregular heartbeat are all possible adverse effects of Diosmin.
If you have any side effects after taking Diosmin, stop consuming it and consult your doctor. Seek medical help right away if you have any significant discomfort.
Consult our experts at Yashoda Hospitals and get a medical opinion on the uses, dose, precautions and side effects of Diosmin.
1. Can Diosmin cause hair loss?
No, Diosmin does not cause hair loss. Only some of those antibiotics on prescription might cause temporary hair loss. Antibiotics can cause a deficiency in vitamin B and haemoglobin, which can cause hair loss.
2. How much Diosmin is in an orange?
Diosmin is a flavonoid found primarily in the peel of citrus fruits like oranges and lemons. It contains about a minimal amount of 90, 13, and 20 g/mL but, there are no precise quantities of flavonoid.
3. Is Diosmin a blood thinner?
Diosmin supplements promote healing by improving blood flow, reducing vein damage and rupture, preventing blood clotting, and acting as an antioxidant. It reduces inflammation and discomfort associated with varicose veins.
4. Can Diosmin tablets treat haemorrhoids?
Diosmin may aid in the treatment of haemorrhoids by decreasing swelling and restoring normal vein function. High doses of Diosmin combined with hesperidin appear to alleviate haemorrhoid symptoms.
Haemorrhoids and chronic venous insufficiency are the most common conditions for which Diosmin is prescribed (CVI). Diosmin appears to effectively cure both internal and external haemorrhoids.
5. Is Diosmin a polyphenol?
Polyphenols are a kind of plant component. When eaten daily has several health advantages. It's a micronutrient that can be obtained by eating plant-based foods.
Yes, Diosmin is a polyphenol and belongs to the class of flavonoids and the subclass of flavones.
6. Does Diosmin work?
Yes, Diosmin may help by decreasing inflammation (swelling) and restoring normal vein function. It has an antimutagenic agent. Diosmin also appears to be an antioxidant.
7. Is Diosmin safe to take daily?
The daily intake of Diosmin is not advisable. The following dosages are used under specific conditions as 900 mg Diosmin with 100 mg hesperidin per day for up to 2 months for Chronic Venous Disease.
8. Is Diosmin a prescription drug?
In the United States, Diosmin is available as Daflon, a nutritional supplement. In the United States and Europe, Diosmin is not available as a prescription medication.
9. Does Diosmin raise blood pressure?
When consuming it improves blood circulation by reducing capillary fragility by enhancing the tonicity of the blood vessels. In situations of venous hypertension, this fact also results in a reduction in blood pressure.
10. Is Diosmin good for kidneys?
The formation of crystals in the distal tubule of the kidney lowers potassium levels. Since Diosmin considerably raised urine potassium levels. Diosmin has excellent anti-urolithiasis action, with Diosmin 20 mg/kg exhibiting even greater activity.
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