Source:
Commiphora wightii, with common names Indian bdellium-tree, gugal, guggul, or Mukul myrrh tree, is a flowering plant in the family Burseraceae. The guggul plant may be found from northern Africa to central Asia, but is most common in northern India.
Benefits:
CVS care, Anti-inflammatory, Blood circulation improvement.
Available form:
Immediate release Guggul beadlets/ Guggul beadlets with strength of 25%
Guggul beadlets
Our solutions/ advantages:
These are ready to fill beadlets. We also offer multi-unit particulate beadlets compressible into tablets.
Our manufacturing processes for Guggul beadlets:
The powder of Guggul is mixed with other excipients in a high shear mixer and the wet mass is fed into a single screw or a twin screw extruder, the wet extrudates are then fed in wet condition into a spheronizer. The spheronization time varies per product but in approximately 5 minutes the extrudates are converted into spherical round spheres which are then further dried in a fluid bed dryer then further coated in a bottom spray fluid bed coater when needed. A vacuum tray dryer is also used when the product demands sensitive drying.
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