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Description of the medicine: Rutinum (Rutinum)

RUTIN (Rutinum). Quercetin 3-rutinoside, or 3-rhamnoglucosyl-3, 5, 7, 3 ', 4'-pentaoxiflavon.

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

Contained in the leaves of odorous rue (Ruta graveolens L.) and other plants. For medical use, it is extracted from the green mass of buckwheat and flower buds of Japanese Sophora (Sophora japonica), fam. legumes (Leguminoseae). 3-yellowish fine crystalline powder without taste and odor. Practically insoluble in water; soluble in dilute solutions of caustic alkali.

Assign to adults at 0.02 - 0.05 g 2 -3 times a day.

Method of release: powder; tablets of 0.02 g.

Storage: in a well-sealed container that protects from the action of light.

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

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