CAS 87-89-8 Inositol
4.Appearance:white crystalline powder
CAS 87-89-8 Inositol
Inositol is a naturally occurring nutrient that is usually
classified as a carbocyclic polyol. The most common form of
inositol is sometimes referred to as myo-inositol. In the human
body, inositol plays a major role in preventing the collection of
fats in the liver, as well as promoting healthy hair growth. The
presence of the nutrient also aids in efficient processing of
nutrients into the conversion of energy, which in turn helps the
body to maintain a healthy metabolism. Inositol also can be
considered brain food, as the nutrient is necessary to properly
nourish the brain.
CAS No.: 87-89-8
Molecular weight: 180.1572
Appearance: White crystal or crystalline powder
Others name: Myo-Inositol; 1,2,3,4,5,6-Cyclohexanehexol;
Chemical family: Pharmaceutical Intermediates
Physical Characteristics:It occurs as fine, white crystal or as a
white crystalline powder. It is odorless, has a sweet taste, is
stable in air. It is neutral to litmus without optical activity.
Loss on drying
Residue on ignition
Heavy metals(as Lead):
Package: 25kg net Fibre drum with PE inner.
Shipment: 11mt net per 20 FCL without pallet
Storage: Cool, dry, room-temperature and well-closed container
1.Panic disorder. Inositol shows some promise for controlling panic
attacks and the fear of public places or open spaces (agoraphobia).
One study found that inositol is as effective as a prescription
medication. However, large-scale clinical trials are needed before
inositol’s effectiveness for panic attacks can be proven.
2.Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). There is some evidence that
people with OCD who receive inositol by mouth for 6 weeks
experience significant improvement.
3.An ovary disorder known as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
Taking a particular form of inositol (isomer D-chiro-inositol) by
mouth seems to lower triglyceride and testosterone levels, modestly
decrease blood pressure, and promote ovulation in obese women with
polycystic ovary syndrome.
4.Problems breathing in premature infants known as “acute
respiratory distress syndrome,” when given intravenously (by IV).
5.Psoriasis brought on or made worse by lithium drug therapy.
Inositol doesn’t seem to help psoriasis in people not taking