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  • An anhydrous solution of 3% resveratrol. Need an advice.

    Posted by XsuXsu on December 13, 2023 at 10:26 am

    Trying to make an anhydrous solution of 3% resveratrol with only 3 ingredients: Resveratrol 3%, Dimethyl Isosorbide to dissolve it ~10-15% and the rest is cottonseed oil that also acts as a solvent for Dimethyl Isosorbide. Do you think resveratrol will remain stable and dissolved once I add it along with DMI into cottonseed oil?

    I’ve tried to find info on all of this, but nothing about making anhydrous resveratrol solutions with cottonseed oil and DMI. All I could find is a study on high solubility of resveratrol in peanut oil and another study that shows that oils are inferior solvents for resveratrol, but I figured that since I use such an effective solvent like DMI then it wouldn’t be a problem? I know that some companies just use propanediol mostly to keep solution anhydrous, but I kinda want to try without it. What do you think? Any info would be good. Thanks!

    XsuXsu replied 7 months ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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