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Excipients
Supplements for the treatment of Iron Deficiency Anemia
Iron Oxide is an essential biological agent that plays a vital role in medical processes and is used in iron supplements. For many years, Iron Sulfate has been used as the primary iron salt for medicinal purposes, especially for the treatment or prevention of iron deficiency anaemia. However, owing to the strong side effects of...
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Sorbitol – An alternate to sugar
Origins: – Sorbitol is referred to as a sugar alcohol (polyol), a carbohydrate type. It occurs naturally and can be derived from a variety of fruits and berries. The discovery of Sorbitol can be traced to mountain ash berries in 1872. It was isolated successfully and named by Joseph Boussingault. It is widely produced commercially and...
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Peppermint oil comes from the peppermint plant and is a natural hybrid of water mint ‘Mentha aquatica’ and spearment ‘Mentha spicata’. It was believed to have been cultivated in England in the late seventeenth century. The use of dried peppermint leaves dates back to ancient Egypt as early as 1550 BC (1) and has also...
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Gelatin is a product made entirely of protein and small amounts of vitamins and minerals. Gelatin or its components are often taken by people as a supplement. Gelatin enhances the flavor, texture, and nutritional value of foods and is a common ingredient in soups, sauces, broths, candies, ice cream, gummies, and even cosmetics and medicines....
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