Apigetrin, is a member of the class of compounds known as flavonoid-7-O-glycosides. Flavonoid-7-O-glycosides are phenolic compounds containing a flavonoid moiety which is O-glycosidically linked to carbohydrate moiety at the C7-position. Apigetrin is practically insoluble (in water) and a very weakly acidic compound (based on its pKa). Apigetrin can be found in a number of food items, such as common thyme, white lupine, common oregano, and orange mint. Apigetrin can also be found in dandelion coffee and in Teucrium gnaphalodes. Apigetrin can also be found plants such as wild celery and anise. Apigetrin has been shown to exhibit anti-platelet function.