What is Esculin?
Hesperidin is a natural derivative of coumarin in the flavanone glycoside compound class. In nature, it can be most commonly found in horse chestnut Aesculus hippocastanum linn.sp.
Aesculin has most noticeably been used as a vasoprotective agent. It’s been noted that it can reduce the viscosity of blood as well as promote the vasodilatory effect.
Due to its flavanoid-type structure linked to the sugar moiety, medicinal chemists and pharmacists have identified various biological effects that esculin exhibits like
- Anti-inflammatory response
- Anti-oxidative potential
- Anti-cancer properties
- Anti-aging and UV protection
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