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What is the source of magnesium stearate in Cialis? Is there any animal by-product in Cialis?

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Anonymous 21 Aug 2013

Hello,

It contains as an inactive ingredient lactose monohydrate which translates to milk sugar from mammals.

https://www.drugs.com/inactive/lactose-monohydrate-368.html

Take care,

masso.-

Anonymous 21 Aug 2013

from the milk of mammals.-

Anonymous 21 Aug 2013

Forgot the first Q:

Magnesium stearate may be derived from both plant and animal sources.

https://www.drugs.com/inactive/magnesium-stearate-147.html

endlessPred 22 Aug 2013

When wondering about animal products, call your local pharmacy. Some things can be repackaged in non animal derived capsules or liquids. Many cannot. Some things we need for our body to work only come from animals as they are not in the plant kingdom and we would die without them. Finally, a lot of meds come from special bacteria as a by-product.

You might enjoy searching the Internet to find how things are made.

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