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D-Pinitol, Lespedeza cuneata extract(CAS No.10284-63-6 )

D-Pinitol, Lespedeza cuneata extract(CAS No.10284-63-6 )
D-Pinitol, Lespedeza cuneata extract(CAS No.10284-63-6 )
Product Code : AZ66
Product Description
Name:  D-Pinitol; Lespedeza cuneata extract

Molecular Formula:  C7H14O6

Molecular Weight:  194.18

CAS Number:  10284-63-6

 

 D-pinitol has demonstrated effects similar to insulin that drive creatine and other nutrients into the muscles. D-pinitol is a methyl-inositol extract that promotes the transport of glucose and glycogen synthesis. D-pinitol is often combined with creatine and a small amount of carbohydrates.

Recent research has found this form of the vitamin B inositol may have profound insulin-like properties, which may explain its long use in traditional healing medicine for numerous diabetic-associated conditions. D-Pinitol has now become one of the better studied insulin mimickers in the supplement industry and is proving to be an excellent aid in improving glucose metabolism. Also noteworthy, it's been shown to help enhance the uptake of creatine without the use of high-calorie simple carbohydrates.

D-Pinitol was traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine. It's found in the leaves of a plant called Bougainvillea spectabilis. This plant's natural habitat is Brazil and Central and South Florida.

Efficient glucose metabolism can improve the storage of glycogen, which ultimately improves endurance, athletic performance, muscle volume, and post-workout recovery. Pinitol, then, is attractive because it may help improve glucose metabolism.

D-Pinitol is a form of the B vitamin inositol that was initially discovered in the leaves of a plant called Bougainvillea spectabilis, which had been used in traditional healing medicine for many diabetic associated conditions. Further studies found it to have insulin-like properties but without causing hypoglycemia in individuals. D-Pinitol has now become one of the better studied insulin mimickers in the supplement industry and is proving to be an excellent aid in improving glucose metabolism.

 

Specification

Product name

D-Pinitol

Test Items

Specifications

Appearance

White fine powder

Taste & odor

Characteristic

Particle size

100% pass 80Mesh

Bulk density

0.40-0.60g/ml

D-Pinitol (HPLC)

98% Min

Loss on drying

5.0% Max

Residue on ignition

5.0% Max

Sulphate

0.5% Max

Heavy metals

10ppm Max

Lead

2ppm Max

Arsenic

1ppm Max

Cadmium

0.5ppm Max

Total plate count

1000cfu/g Max

Yeast & mold

100cfu/g Max

E.Coli

Negative

 

STORAGE     Store in cool and dry places.  Keep away from strong light and heat.

PACKING      25kg/drum i.d.42cm - h52cm

Shelf life: Two years when stored properly.

Name:  D-Pinitol; Lespedeza cuneata extract

Molecular Formula:  C7H14O6

Molecular Weight:  194.18

CAS Number:  10284-63-6

 

 D-pinitol has demonstrated effects similar to insulin that drive creatine and other nutrients into the muscles. D-pinitol is a methyl-inositol extract that promotes the transport of glucose and glycogen synthesis. D-pinitol is often combined with creatine and a small amount of carbohydrates.

Recent research has found this form of the vitamin B inositol may have profound insulin-like properties, which may explain its long use in traditional healing medicine for numerous diabetic-associated conditions. D-Pinitol has now become one of the better studied insulin mimickers in the supplement industry and is proving to be an excellent aid in improving glucose metabolism. Also noteworthy, it's been shown to help enhance the uptake of creatine without the use of high-calorie simple carbohydrates.

D-Pinitol was traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine. It's found in the leaves of a plant called Bougainvillea spectabilis. This plant's natural habitat is Brazil and Central and South Florida.

Efficient glucose metabolism can improve the storage of glycogen, which ultimately improves endurance, athletic performance, muscle volume, and post-workout recovery. Pinitol, then, is attractive because it may help improve glucose metabolism.

D-Pinitol is a form of the B vitamin inositol that was initially discovered in the leaves of a plant called Bougainvillea spectabilis, which had been used in traditional healing medicine for many diabetic associated conditions. Further studies found it to have insulin-like properties but without causing hypoglycemia in individuals. D-Pinitol has now become one of the better studied insulin mimickers in the supplement industry and is proving to be an excellent aid in improving glucose metabolism.

 

Specification

Product name

D-Pinitol

Test Items

Specifications

Appearance

White fine powder

Taste & odor

Characteristic

Particle size

100% pass 80Mesh

Bulk density

0.40-0.60g/ml

D-Pinitol (HPLC)

98% Min

Loss on drying

5.0% Max

Residue on ignition

5.0% Max

Sulphate

0.5% Max

Heavy metals

10ppm Max

Lead

2ppm Max

Arsenic

1ppm Max

Cadmium

0.5ppm Max

Total plate count

1000cfu/g Max

Yeast & mold

100cfu/g Max

E.Coli

Negative

 

STORAGE     Store in cool and dry places.  Keep away from strong light and heat.

PACKING      25kg/drum i.d.42cm - h52cm

Shelf life: Two years when stored properly.

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