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Capsule shells play a pivotal role in the medicine and pharmaceutical industries, offering a multitude of advantages such as enhanced bioavailability, reliability, and safety. At CD Formulation, we take pride in offering an extensive range of high-quality capsule shells to cater to the diverse needs of our customers. Our comprehensive selection includes empty gelatin capsule shells, enterosoluble vacant capsules from hypromellose, enterosoluble vacant gelatin capsules, vacant capsules from hypromellose, and vacant pullulan capsules. Moreover, we also provide customized capsule shell services to meet the unique requirements of our valued clients.
Various drugs that stimulate the stomach are inserted into capsules whose shell is mainly made of starch. Because starch cannot be absorbed in the stomach, the capsule carries the drug into the small intestine and is absorbed directly.
The smell or taste of some health care ingredients may cause discomfort to the human body, and the use of suitable capsule shells for packaging can increase the compliance of the human body. The capsule shell can also provide protection for ingredients such as light protection.
When storing empty capsule shells, following proper precautions is key to maintaining their quality over time. By adhering to a few simple guidelines, you can ensure your shells are kept in optimal condition.
First, choose a storage area carefully. Avoid direct sunlight, heat sources, or areas near pipes which could expose the capsules to adverse conditions. A cool, ventilated shelf provides ideal protection.
Promptly sterilize any containers that have been opened to prevent bacterial growth. Contamination can compromise quality and safety, so proper sterilization after opening reduces risk.
control the environment's temperature and humidity. Around 15-25°C and 35-65% relative humidity is best. Too high or low of extremes can damage the capsules through softening, stickiness, breakage or brittleness.
By thoughtfully accounting for these storage recommendations, capsules' integrity is safeguarded against compromising conditions. This permits extended shelf life with undiminished quality until your capsules are needed.