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Medication Description: Rutin (Rutinum)

Rutin (rutinum). Quercetin 3-rutinozide, or 3-ramoglucosyl-3, 5, 7, 3 ', 4'-pentaoxyflavone.

Synonyms: Birutan, Eldrin, Farutine, Idorutin, Melin, Myrticolorin, Neorutin, Oxyritin, Phytomelin, Rucetin, Rutabion, Rutavit, Rutinon, Rutisan, Rutorbin, Rutosidum, Ruvit, etc.

Contained in the leaves of rue fragrant (Ruta graveolens L.) and other plants. For medical use, it is extracted from the green mass of buckwheat and kidney flowers of Sophora Japanese (Sophora japonica), herewith. legumes (Leguminoseae). Greenish yellow crystalline powder without taste and smell. Practically insoluble in water; soluble in dilute solutions of caustic alkalis.

Assign an adult to 0.02 - 0.05 g 2 -3 times a day.

Method of issuance: powder; tablets of 0.02 g

Storage: in a well-closed container, protected from light.

Rutin is a part of complex (multivitamin) tablets (see Aerovit, Amitetravit, Glutamevit, Complivit).

Tablets containing rutin and ascorbic acid (0.05 g each), glucose (0.2 g) are called Ascorutin (Ascorutinum).