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Alll About Inositol And Why You May Need It

If you say it enough like Hermione Granger and you flick your magic wand with enough oomph! “Inositol” kind of sounds like a spell word… though what it would do to your opponent? Let’s find out.

First, what is Inositol?

A little hitting of the books never hurt Hermione, in fact, the more you know, the better you’ll be able to use these vitamin-like substance for good! Inositol is found in food like cantaloupe, citrus fruits, beans, brown rice, sesame seeds and wheat bran. It’s produced naturally in our bodies, in animals and it can be made synthetically.

Why would you need an Inositol spell?

Sorry lol, life would be…

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 Alll About Inositol And Why You May Need It

Commonly nicknamed Vitamin B8 (it’s not really a B vitamin at all), INOSITOL is found in both plants and animals.

 What is Inositol? Magic... or Science

It’s sometimes referred to as vitamin B8 but it’s not a vitamin… it’s a sugar. This “sugar” influences the insulin response in your body and effects several hormones associated with your mood and cognition. Not to mention it has antioxidant properties.


Inositol is a natural molecule that is found in the phospholipids of cell membranes, in the lipoproteins of the plasma and, in the form of inositol-phosphates, in the nucleus of cells.


Inositol is a six-carbon sugar present in several biologic compounds, such as phosphatidylinositol found in surfactant and breast milk.

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