Vitamin B6 CAS 58-56-0

Vitamin B6 CAS 58-56-0

Vitamin B6 (English: Vitamin B6) is a kind of B vitamins, also known as anti-dermatitis vitamins, pyridoxine, widely distributed in food, is closely related to the metabolism of amino acids, amino acid decarboxylase, transaminase and other coenzymes. This is a water-soluble vitamin that is easily lost during cooking. The symptoms of animal lack of

Introduction

Vitamin B6 (English: Vitamin B6) is a kind of B vitamins, also known as anti-dermatitis vitamins, pyridoxine, widely distributed in food, is closely related to the metabolism of amino acids, amino acid decarboxylase, transaminase and other coenzymes. This is a water-soluble vitamin that is easily lost during cooking. The symptoms of animal lack of vitamin B6 are dermatitis, delirium, anemia, etc.; simple vitamin B6 deficiency is rare in humans. Vitamin B6 mainly acts on the body's blood, muscles, nerves, and skin. Functions include assisting in the discharge of nitrogenous wastes, the synthesis of antibodies, the manufacture of stomach acids in the digestive system, the use of fats and proteins (especially when weight loss is needed), and the maintenance of sodium/potassium balance (stabilizing the nervous system). The lack of vitamin B6 in the general disease, the general lack of appetite loss, low food utilization, weightlessness, vomiting, diarrhea and other problems. Severe lack of acne, anemia, arthritis, child moles, depression, headaches, hair loss, inflammation, learning disabilities, weakness.


Functions and Applications

1. Treatment of congenital hypofunction of metabolism;    

2. Prevent and treat vitamin B6 deficiency;     

3. Supplement to patients who need to consume more vitamin B6;     

4. Treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome.     

Vitamin B6

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