Vitamin B7 Powder
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Vitamin B7 Powder

Product name: vitamin b7 powder
Synonyms: D-Biotin, Biotin, Vitamin H
Specification: 1%, 2%, 98%
Appearance: White powder
CAS No.: 58-85-5
Chemical Formula: C10H16N2O3S

Vitamin b7 description

Biotin, also known as vitamin H and coenzyme R, is a water-soluble vitamin that also belongs to the vitamin B group, B7. It is essential for the synthesis of vitamin C and is indispensable for the normal metabolism of fats and proteins. It is a necessary nutrient for maintaining the natural growth and development of the human body, as well as normal human function and health.

Vitamin b7 function & application

1. Enhance the immune response and resistance of the body.

Biotin can enhance the immune response and infection resistance of the body, stabilize the lysosomal membrane of normal tissues, maintain humoral and cellular immunity, and affect the secretion of a series of cytokines. Large doses can promote thymic hyperplasia, as can be used together with immune enhancers to enhance immunity.

2. Maintain normal growth and development.

When biotin deficiency occurs, reproductive function declines, bone growth is poor, and the growth and development of embryos and young children are hindered.

It is used to treat diseases such as arteriosclerosis, stroke, dyslipidemia, hypertension, coronary heart disease, and blood circulation disorders.

Used in cosmetics, it can improve the circulation speed of blood in skin blood vessels, and is easily mixed with the oil in the formula within the concentration range of 0.1% to 1.0%. It can be used in skincare cream, sports medicine, foot pain relief cream, shaving liquid, and shampoo.

Vitamin b7 food source

Biotin is found in milk, cow liver, egg yolk, animal kidneys, strawberries, grapefruit, grapes, and other fruits, lean meat, brown rice, beer, and wheat. Vitamin H is commonly found in multivitamin B and multivitamin preparations.

Vitamin b7 deficiency symptoms

1. Lack of biotin can increase dandruff, lead to hair loss, and lead to gray hair in adolescents;

2. Lack of biotin can cause dark complexion, cyanosis, and dermatitis;

3. Lack of biotin can easily lead to nervous symptoms such as depression, insomnia, and drowsiness;

4. Lack of biotin can lead to fatigue, lethargy, and muscle pain.

Signs of biotin deficiency include dermatitis, eczema, atrophic glossitis, hypersensitivity, muscle pain, fatigue, anorexia, and mild anemia and hair loss.