Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6)

Pyridoxine, better known as vitamin B6, is heavily involved in protein metabolism. It helps build muscle and supports the conversion of glycogen into energy-bringing glucose. The vitamin also often alleviates premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Blood and nerve cells also need vitamin B6. A lack of vitamin B6 can be expressed by for example a lack of concentration. Vitamin B6 improves signal transmission through messenger substances (adrenaline and choline) in the nervous system, stimulates the formation of antibodies and supports the formation of red blood cells.


  • Protein metabolism
  • Muscle building
  • Nervous system
  • Formation of blood cells

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