Vitamin B6 is a watersoluble vitamin and is part of the vitamin B complex group. Several forms of the vitamin are known, but pyridoxal phosphate (PLP) is the active form and is a cofactor in many reactions of amino acid metabolism, including transamination, deamination, and decarboxylation. PLP also is necessary for the enzymatic reaction governing the release of glucose from glycogen.
1. The proper digestion and absorption of protein and fat;
2. To help in the essential amion acid tryptophan is converted to nicotinic acid;
3. To prevent all kinds of nerves, skin diseases;
4. Alleviate vomiting;
5. Promote the nucleic acid Synthesis, to prevent the aging of tissues and organs;
6. Lower the result of taking antidepressants caused by dry mouth and dysuria
7. Slow night muscle spasms, cramps paralysis and other symptoms of hand,foot and neuritis;
8. Is the natural the diuretic.
9. Treatment of congenital hypofunction of metabolism;
10. Prevent and treat vitamin B6 deficiency;
11. Supplement to patients who need to consume more vitamin B6;
12. Treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome.
(1) For the treatment of congenital hypometabolism;
(2) prevention and treatment of VB6 deficiency;
(3) patients who replenish VB6;
(4) Treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome.
(1) One of the indispensable ingredients in compound feed can promote the growth and development of young animals;
(2) Additives in food and beverages to enhance nutrition;
(3) Cosmetic additives to promote hair growth and protect skin;
(4) Used in plant culture medium to promote plant growth;
(5) Industrially used to treat the surface of polycaprolactam products to enhance their thermal stability