Medicinal Use - Tablets, Tonics, Ointments (Topical Use)
Light, white, friable masses or as a bulky white powder
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1000 Kilograms Per Day
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Primary - LDPE Bag and Secondary - BOPP Bag
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Antacid: Neutralizes excess stomach acid, relieving heartburn and indigestion.
Excipient: Acts as filler, binder, or disintegrant in tablet and capsule formulations, enhancing stability.
Phosphate Regulation: Helps manage high phosphate levels, crucial in conditions like chronic kidney disease.
Laxative: Softens stool and promotes bowel movements, relieving constipation.
Antifungal Agent: Treats skin fungal infections in topical formulations.
pH Regulation: Adjusts formulation pH for stability of active ingredients.
Tablet Coating: Enhances appearance, stability, and taste of tablets.
Powder Absorbent: Improves flow properties and prevents caking in powdered formulations.
Antimicrobial Agent: Inhibits microorganism growth in specific formulations.
Buffering Agent: Maintains stable pH levels in oral solutions.
Dental Abrasive: Aids in plaque and stain removal in oral hygiene products.