Alias: Vitamin B2
Vitamin B2, also called riboflavin, is slightly soluble in water and stable when heated in neutral or acidic solutions. It is a component of the yellow enzyme prosthetic group in the body, one of the 13 essential vitamins for the human body, and a member of the vitamin B family.
Melting Point: 290℃
Water Solubility: 0.07 g/L (20℃)
Specific Rotation: -135°(c=5, 0.05 M NaOH)
1. Promote development and cell regeneration;
2. Promote the normal growth of skin, nails and hair;
3. Help prevent and eliminate inflammatory reactions in the oral cavity, lips, tongue and skin, collectively referred to as oral reproductive syndrome;
4. Improve eyesight and reduce eye fatigue;
5. Affect the body's absorption of iron;
6. Combine with other substances to affect biological oxidation and energy metabolism.