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Shubham Pharmachem Pvt. Ltd.
Pectin – Improves blood sugar and fat levels
Pectin is a well-known fibre found in fruits and vegetables. It occurs in the cell walls of the vegetables and fruits to give them structure. Upon integration with acid and sugar, jellies and jams form a semisolid consistency when it is cooled. Some fruits contain high pectin levels, such as quince and apples, seeds, rinds,...
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The PLI is an exciting opportunity for the pharma industry to be a part of the 'Atma Nirbhar Bharat' vision for the Government of India.
The Government of India has announced a new scheme, the Production Linked Incentive Scheme (PLI), to encourage the domestic manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. The PLI schemes play a vital role in the government’s push for achieving an Atma Nirbhar Bharat. It offers 15,000 crore INR in incentives for identified pharma products. Objective of the PLI scheme...
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Commiphora Mukul – Managing high cholesterol levels
Commiphora Mukul or Guggul Gum is a traditional herbal medicine native to India. It helps lower cholesterol levels and decreases high blood pressure. Additionally, it treats obesity and weight-related conditions. Phytosterols, guggulipid, and guggulsterone are the primary chemical constituents of Guggul. Guggul is the sticky gum resin derived from the Mukul myrrh tree. Traditionally, it...
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Flurbiprofen – Relief in Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common joint disorder and a significant cause of disability in adults. The symptoms of OA include joint pain, tenderness, stiffness, inflammation, and creaking of the joints. Flurbiprofen finds application in the conventional medical treatment of OA to reduce the pain. Treatment usually involves the use of NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti Inflammatory) drugs....
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Methoxsalen – Addressing vitiligo and psoriasis
Methoxsalen is a medication used with controlled ultraviolet light to treat vitiligo and Psoriasis. It serves the primary function of slowing down the overgrowth of skin cells. Together with light therapy, the treatment also regulates quantities of ultra-violet light rays. It effectively treats other conditions, such as eczema, in conjunction with exposing the skin to...
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Crotamiton – Reducing Itching in skin conditions
Crotamiton is an effective anti-parasite medicine used to kill certain parasites that live or lay eggs in the skin. It is an antipruritic and scabicides medicine. It treats scabies, a condition where tiny insects infest and irritate the skin. It functions by killing the mites and their eggs and relieves itching and skin irritation. Furthermore,...
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Bilastine – Stopping Allergy Symptoms
Bilastine is a new second-generation H-1 antihistamine to treat allergic rhinitis (AR) and chronic urticaria (CU). It has been extensively studied for both safety and efficacy as an antihistamine. It contains the drug composition called bilastine, which works by blocking the effects of a chemical messenger known as ‘histamine ‘, naturally involved in allergic reactions. Thus,...
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World Down Syndrome Day - Towards Empowerment
According to the UN recommendations, World Down Syndrome Day is celebrated on 21 March every year to raise public awareness of Down syndrome. It gets its name from the British doctor, John Langdon Down, who identified this clinical condition first in 1866. It is a genetic disorder caused by the presence of a third copy of...
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Caralluma Fimbriata Extract - Addressing Obesity
Caralluma Fimbriata is an abundantly present edible cactus in India, used to suppress hunger and build stamina. It is traditionally used during food shortages and famine in the interiors of the country. (1) Its extract is used today as a supplement to help resolve obesity. Health issues caused due to obesity: It is a complex,...
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National Vaccination Day – History and Significance
National Vaccination Day is celebrated by the Government of India every year on the 16th day of March to mark the importance of vaccinations. First observed on March 16, 1995; the day commemorated the launch of the Pulse Polio Program aimed at eradicating polio by administering the first doses of the Polio vaccine. Polio drops...
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