Vitamin B6 Powder Manufacturer&Supplier
Sample:5-10g Sample For free
Shelf Life: 2 years
Appearance :White powder
Test Method :HPLC
Category Name: Vitamins Powder
Vitamin B6 Powder Product Description
Vitamin B6 (vitamin B6), also known as pyridoxine, It exists in the form of phosphate ester in the body.
Vitamin B6 Powder Specification
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Vitamin B6 Powder Function
Vitamin B6 has a good effect on the treatment of the following diseases
- High cholesterol,
- Facial oily,
- Mental disorders,
- Muscle disorders,
- Neurological disorders,
- Vomiting in early pregnancy,
- Vomiting after surgery,
- Sensitive to sunlight, etc.
Vitamin B6 Powder Sample
- 5g for free
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What is vitamin B6 good for?
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) is important for normal brain development and for keeping the nervous system and immune system healthy. Food sources of pyridoxine include poultry, fish, potatoes, chickpeas, bananas and fortified cereals.
What does a lack of vita B6 do?
Vitamin B6 deficiency causes peripheral neuropathy and a pellagra-like syndrome, with seborrheic dermatitis, glossitis, and cheilosis, and, in adults, can cause depression, confusion, electroencephalogram abnormalities, and seizures. Rarely, deficiency or dependency causes seizures in infants.
What are the symptoms of pyridoxine deficiency?
In adults, pyridoxine deficiency can cause inflammation of the skin (dermatitis) and a red, greasy, scaly rash. The hands and feet may feel numb and prickling—like pins and needles. The tongue may become sore and red, and cracks may form in the corners of the mouth. People may become confused, irritable, and depressed.
What happens when vitamin B6 is too high?
However, taking too much vita B6 from supplements can cause: A lack of muscle control or coordination of voluntary movements (ataxia) Painful, disfiguring skin lesions. Heartburn and nausea.
Which is better pyridoxine or B12?
Vitamin B6 helps the body maintain a healthy metabolism and immune system and is found in a variety of foods, including meat, fish, chickpeas, potatoes and other starchy vegetables. B12 helps the body make red blood cells and is naturally found in clams, fish, meat, eggs and dairy products.
What are the dangers of vitamin B6?
However, taking too much pyridoxine from supplements can cause:
A lack of muscle control or coordination of voluntary movements (ataxia)
Painful, disfiguring skin lesions.
Heartburn and nausea.
Sensitivity to sunlight (photosensitivity)
Reduced ability to sense pain or extreme temperatures.