Empty Enteric Coated Capsules are a type of gelatin capsule that has been coated with enteric coating. This coating prevents the contents from being dissolved in gastric juice or the intestines' juices. As a result, these capsules offer the best absorption site. These capsules are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and formulations.
Enteric-coated capsules are used to treat intestinal infections. The enteric coating of these capsules prevents them from dissolving in the stomach's acidic environment and allows the contents to pass through the intestines to the right point where they can work to treat the infection. However, they can be extremely irritating to the stomach if used improperly.
The main advantage of enteric-coated capsules is their ability to cure gastrointestinal irritations. These capsules can contain anti-biotics and other bioactive ingredients that fight infections and irritations. Another benefit of enteric-coated capsules is that they have minimal moisture content, which makes them a great choice for hygroscopic or moisture-sensitive formulations.
Another benefit of enteric-coated capsules is that they do not dissolve in the mouth, ensuring that the active ingredients reach their target point. This prevents the capsules from being degraded in the stomach and helps prevent the drugs from becoming contaminated.