How the capsule covers are made?
- 2 Jan 2011 by ppeelamurthy
- anticoagulation during pregnancy
some person told that is made of plastic, it is injurious if we take directly. remove the covers and pour directly the content in mouth. is it so guide me
2 Jan 2011
If the capsule is supposed to help the medication become released slowly over a long period of time, overdose is possible. Most capsules are a gelatin base.
2 Jan 2011
Staphanie is right
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