Limonexic acid is a sesquiterpene lactone found in citrus species.
Links to Plants Containing Limonexic Acid
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Tetramethoxyflavone and limonexic acid in Citrus aurantium could effectively protect hepatocytes against carbon tetrachloride induced injury. From: Lu, Q., Yang, L., Zhao, H. Y., Jiang, J. G., & Xu, X. L. (2013). Protective effect of compounds from the flowers of Citrus aurantium L. var. amara Engl against carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatocyte injury. Food and chemical toxicology, 62, 432-435.