Botanical Source: Vigna unguiculata

CAS No.: 10284-63-6

Part Used: Hull

Appearance: Fine white powder

Specifications: D-Pinitol 95%

Botanical source:Vigna unguiculata

Synonyms:D-chiro-Inositol Pinitol D-(+)-Pinitol

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Product Introduction
Appearance: Fine white powderParticle Size: 80 Mesh
Loss on Drying: NMT 1.0%Residue on Ignition: NMT 1.0%
Total Plate Count: <1,000 cfu/gTotal Yeast & Mold: <100 cfu/g
E. Coli: NegativeSalmonella: Negative

Heavy Metals
Arsenic (As): NMT 2ppmLead (Pb): NMT 2ppm
Cadmium (Cd): NMT 0.5ppmMercury(Hg): NMT 0.5ppm

D-Pinitol is a naturally occurring form of inositol (D-chiro-inositol), which is found in certain plants. It has been identified as being an active compound in certain legumes and soy. Mature soybean seeds containing about 1% D-pinitol. In plants, the compound functions as a type of osmolyte which improves the plant's tolerance to heat or drought stress.

While present in legumes and soy, D-pinitol can also be found in the pods of the carob tree and the sugar pine.

D-pinol has the ability to stimulate insulin and lower blood sugar. It promotes creatine absorption and is often used as an additive in creatine products. Creatine is a very popular performance enhancer. Similar products include lipoic acid (ALA), 4-hydroxyisoleucine (4-HYDROXYisoleucine).
  1. Improving plant tolerance to high temperature or drought stress.

  2. Promoting creatine absorption and is often used as an additive in creatine products.

Shipment Details
1. Packing: Packed in fiber drum, LDPE bag inside. Net weight: 25kgs/drum; 
2. Storage: Keep tightly sealed, store away from moisture, strong heat and sunlight;
3. Lead time: Usually 7-10days after order confirmed;
4. Shelf Life: 2 years if sealed and stored in the recommended conditions;