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Aesculus hippocastanum is a large deciduous, synoecious tree, commonly known as horse-chestnut or conker tree. Aesculus hippocastanum is native to a small area in the Pindus Mountains mixed forests and Balkan mixed forests of South East Europe. It is widely cultivated in streets and parks throughout the temperate world, and has been particularly successful in places like the United Kingdom and New Zealand
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CVS care.
Available form:
Immediate release Horse chestnut beadlets/ Horse chestnut beadlets with strength of 50%
Horse chestnut beadlets
Our solutions/ advantages:
These are ready to fill beadlets. We also offer multi-unit particulate beadlets compressible into tablets.
Our manufacturing processes for Horse chestnut beadlets:
The powder of Horse chestnut 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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