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Pharmaceutical Honey

Natural and Pharmaceutical Honey

Scientific Name: Honey       

German Name: Honig

French Name: Miel naturel

 

Industrial Uses

  • Pharmaceutical industries for making syrups helpful for strengthening immune system of the body and also for making medicines which are useful for tissue repair and wound healing
  • Food industries for making confectionaries and chocolates
  • Health and beauty industries for making facial masks

Pharmaceutical Properties

  • With positive effects on the treatment of cold, mouth and throat diseases and infection and also bronchitis
  • Helpful for strengthening immune system of the body and tissue repair
  • Useful for fixing bone calcium
  • Effective for treating and weakness and anemia  

Rose water and rose oil are one of the oldest skin care and grooming products. It used to be added to baths as also to treat mild skin conditions. They are found in many cosmetic products these days.

Gums are widely used natural excipients for conventional and novel dosage forms. With the increasing interest in polymers of natural origin, the pharmaceutical world has compliance to use most of them in the formulations.

There is an increasing demand for herbal medicines, health products, pharmaceuticals. Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn is a plant used in traditional medicine across the world for its ethnopharmacological value.

There is an increasing demand for herbal medicines, health products, pharmaceuticals. Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn is a plant used in traditional medicine across the world for its ethnopharmacological value.

Tragacanth gum is a plant derived hydrocolloid that has a long history of use in food, pharma, and cosmetics.

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