• CAS#: 9004-62-0

    By accelerating the disintegration and increasing the fineness of a dispersion, it improves the bioavailability of the API. For drugs that can't be easily moulded, L-HPC can increase the hardness of the tablet.
  • CAS#: 9004-65-3

    Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose, is non-ionic cellulose ether, with the formula C56H108O30. It is odorless, tasteless, and in the shape of white powder.
  • CAS#: N/A

    These are specialty addivites developed by the pioneers of paint and ink additives and tested and proven after years of lab and field experience.
  • CAS#: 61-90-5, 73-32-5, 72-18-4

    There are three Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCCAs). The three BCAAs are: leucine, isoleucine, and valine.
  • CAS#: 7553-56-2

    Iodine readily absorbs x-rays and is used as a contrasting agent in medical x-ray imaging. Iodine is also present in many pharmaceuticals and antimicrobial agents (disinfectants and antiseptics).
  • CAS#: 7553-56-2

    Iodine readily absorbs x-rays and is used as a contrasting agent in medical x-ray imaging. Iodine is also present in many pharmaceuticals and antimicrobial agents (disinfectants and antiseptics).
  • CAS#: 39392-86-4

    Iodophor 20%, is prepared by mixing iodine with the solubilizing agent.
  • CAS#: 16856-18-1

    L-Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate is also known as AAKG in the world of nutritional supplements. Taking L-Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate (AAKG) is said to stimulate is protein synthesis, which in turn helps the body build muscles, strength and endurance.
  • CAS#: 541-15-1

    L-carnitine is an amino acid that is naturally produced in the body. L-Carnitine is responsible for the transport of fats (long-chain fatty acids) into the energy-producing centers of the cells known as the mitochondria. This is where fatty acids are oxidized to produce vital biological energy that is essential to run all cellular processes. In other words, carnitine helps the body convert fatty acids into energy that is necessary for muscular and all other activities throughout the body.
  • CAS#: 90471-79-7

    L-Carnitine fumarate is a specific type of L-Carnitine that is said to be especially good for both metabolizing fat and sending plenty of oxygen to the heart, both valuable properties for athletes. As a result it is a popular nutritional supplement.
  • CAS#: 36687-82-8

    L-Carnitine Tartrate is a natural substance that most people are unaware of, yet many experts say that is it currently the best-researched dietary supplement in the world.
  • CAS#: 70796-17-7

    L-Citrulline Malate is a naturally occurring amino acid that is found in food, such as watermelons, but it is also produced by the body. The body converts L-citrulline into another amino acid called L-arginine and it enhances the production of nitric oxide, a gas that is involved in many physiologic processes. L-citrulline also helps your cells eliminate waste products and primary benefit is in the opening and relaxing of blood vessels. A healthy increase in blood flow increases the transportation of oxygen and nutrients through the body.
  • CAS#: 56-85-9

    L-glutamine is the most abundant, naturally-occurring, free amino acid found within skeletal muscle and blood. L-glutamine has many functions in the body, including protein synthesis. L-glutamine is also essential to proper function of the immune system. In addition, L-glutamine appears to play a role in brain function and digestion.
  • CAS#: 61-90-5

    L-leucine, chemical formula C6H13NO2, is an essential amino acid. Since the body does not manufacture L-leucine, it must be acquired through diet or supplementation. It is one of three Branched Chained Amino Acids (BCAA), along with Isoleucine & Valine.
  • CAS#: 657-27-2

    Lysine is one an essential amino acid that the body can not produce on its own. Though most lysine is obtained through proper diet, in some cases the use of the nutritional supplement (L-lysine HCl, as treatment or preventative measure can be beneficial.
  • CAS#: 50-21-5

    Lactic Acid powder C3H6O3, is an organic acid (also known as milk acid) occurring naturally in the human body and in fermented foods. L(+) lactic acid is a natural product obtained through fermentation of sugar. It is a loose, free-flowing powder. The outstanding characteristics of Galacid Lactic Acid Powder, combining high solubility, great taste, and easy-processing, lead to a wide range of applications.
  • CAS#: 50-21-5

    Lactic Acid covers a broad spectrum and include the following usages: antimicrobial agent, flavour enhancer, pH control agent, humectant, moisturiser, mild exfoliant, cell renewal, cleaning agent, chelating agent, descaling agent, antimicrobial agent, de-rusting aid, degreasing agent, chiral intermediate, raw material for chemical synthesis, etc.
  • CAS#: 3632-91-5

    Magnesium Gluconate is the magnesium salt of glutamic acid. It is a mineral used as nutritional supplements to treat low blood magnesium.
  • CAS#: 18917-95-8

    Magnesium salicylate, C14H10MgO6), is a common analgesic and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to treat mild to moderate muscular pain. It is also used to treat headaches, general back pain, and certain joint pains like arthritis.
  • CAS#: CAS# 557-04-0

    Magnesium stearate is the magnesium salt of stearic acid, a fatty acid. It comes in a fine, white powder, is non-toxic, and is widely used in the food industry as an additive for herbs, spices, chewing gum, confectionary, dietary supplements, tablets, capsules and other powders found in food products.