Formulation of CD: a leading manufacturer of excipients for pharmaceutical preparation

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Excipients are of vital importance in the drug development process. A good choice of excipient can lead to the formulation of stable dosage forms. To better meet the growing demand for excipients, CD Formulation provides a wide range of excipients for different research purposes, including binders, lubricants, diluents, disintegrants, emulsifiers, plasticizers, surfactants, sweeteners , fillers, stabilizers, etc.

An excipient is any component, other than the active substance, present in a medicine or used in the manufacture of the product. They have multiple functions and often serve as a carrier for the active substance.

“As a leading manufacturer of excipients, CD Formulation has served the pharmaceutical industry for years. We are launching varieties of excipients to help improve the performance of our customers’ pharmaceutical products. The pharmaceutical excipients we have developed and produced can be used for solid, semi-solid and liquid dosage forms,” explains a CD Formulation spokesperson. “In addition, we can provide custom pharmaceutical excipient services, such as excipient preformulation, formulation and analytical testing, to meet our customers’ formulation needs and challenges.”

Excipients supplied by CD Formulation include, but are not limited to:

Binder excipients

Binder excipients are formulated to act as an adhesive to bind together dry ingredients such as powders and granules. They can also add bulk to low active dose tablets. Some of the binding excipients provided by the CD formulation are: Cellactose 80, KG grade microcrystalline cellulose, UF grade microcrystalline cellulose, CD 720 formulation for direct compression, etc

Disintegrating excipients

Disintegrants are excipients used to enhance the disintegration process of the tablet formulation when they come into contact with GIT fluid. Some of the disintegrating excipients supplied by CD Formulation are: Ludiflash, Primellose Croscarmellose Sodium, Primojel Sodium Starch Glycolate, Solani Amylum Native Potato Starch, SuperStarch 200 Partially Pregelatinized Corn Starch and more.

Filling excipients

Filling excipients are used to increase the volume of the material to allow easier processing of the ingredients and make it a size suitable for consumption. In addition, they can stabilize the product and help during manufacturing.

Lubricating excipients

Lubricating excipients such as RetaLac and colloidal silicon dioxide can reduce friction between the particles of pharmaceutical formulations and the contact surfaces of tableting equipment.

Sweetening excipients

Sweetening excipients are substances that sweeten and mask the taste of foods, beverages and drugs to make them palatable to the consumer. To name a few here: Tablettose 100, Tablettose 70, Dextrose Anhydrous C, Dextrose Monohydrate GC, Glucose Syrups, HI-SWEET 42 High Fructose Corn Syrup, High Fructose Corn Syrup HI-SWEET 55, LYCASIN 75/75 HBC maltitol syrup.

Coating system excipients

Coatings are added to tablets to make it easier to take large, hard-to-swallow tablets. They also have other benefits, for example, to prevent deterioration due to water and humidity and to allow the breakdown of a specific organ of the body. Some of the coating systems excipients supplied by CD Formulation are: CELPHERE MCC Spherical Seed Core, SWELSTAR Pregelatinized Starch NF MX-1 (Sustained release matrix agent), Anhydrus Glycerol, Dibutyl Sebacate, METHOCEL Premium CR Cellulose Ether and VIVACOAT A – Ready- coating system to be used.

In addition to the excipients mentioned above, CD Formulation also offers emulsifying excipients, lipid excipients, taste masking excipients as well as other types of excipients for pharmaceutical research. For more information, please visit: https://www.formulationbio.com/products.html.

About CD wording

Composed of a group of pharmaceutical experts, including highly qualified chemists, biochemists, engineers and operators, CD Formulation not only provides a wide range of excipients, but also works closely with the pharmaceutical industry as as contract service organizations, offering exceptional expertise to handle the most complex formulations.

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