Inositol Interactions Overview

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Inositol

Also known as
  • Hexahydroxycyclohexane
  • Antialopecia Factor
  • Cyclohexitol
  • Dambrose
  • D-Myo-Inositol
  • Inose
  • Inositol Monophosphate
  • Lipositol
  • Meso-Inositol
  • M├ęso-Inositol
  • Myo-Inositol
  • Vitamin B8
  • Vitamine B8
Inositol Inositol is a type of carbohydrate (sugar alcohol) that is found in a variety of foods, including fruits, nuts, and grains. It is also known as vitamin B8 but is not considered 'essential' as it can be synthesized in the human body. Inositol is involved in a number of important physiological processes, including the metabolism of fats, the regulation of insulin, and the transmission of nerve impulses. Inositol is a popular dietary supplement and is believed to have a number of potential health benefits. It is thought to have a role in the treatment of certain mental health conditions, is believed to have a positive effect on cholesterol levels and may be helpful in the prevention or management of heart disease. In addition, inositol may have anti-inflammatory effects and may be helpful in the treatment of certain skin conditions.
There are 84 drugs known to interact with Inositol

Drugs that interact with Inositol

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