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Empty Vegetarian Capsules and Empty Gel Capsules Ingredients

Capsules are fast dissolving in the stomach and easily digestible.

Capsules should be stored in a cool (Temperature 58 to 79 degrees F.), dry place (Humidity 45% and 60%). Expiration date of the capsules is three to five years.

The empty capsules are manufactured in accordance with GMP and ISO 9002 regulations and are made without the addition of ethylene oxide or sulfites.

All capsules are Kosher and Halal certified.
All capsules are GMO free.
All capsules are gluten-free and made without any preservatives.

Empty vegetable capsules (also referred to as empty vegetarian capsules) consist of only two ingredients: HPMC and purified water. HPMC -- Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose -- is derived from vegetable cellulose. 100% natural, these capsules contain no preservatives, gelatin, wheat, gluten, animal by-products or starch, and they are made from pure cellulose of either pine or poplar.

Empty gelatin capsules contain only high-quality beef gelatin and purified water.

White capsules also include natural mineral titanium dioxide as color.


Our gelatin capsules (also known as gel capsules) are made from beef only, no pork. They are BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) free and TSE (Transmissible spongiform Encephalopathies) free.

Currently most of our gelatin capsules are made in the U.S.A. with some made in India, and the vegetable capsules are made in India.

Safety Information:
Keep capsules out of direct sunlight, hot water and high temperatures. Capsule content depends on the density, concentration and the amount of the powder filled.

FILLING OILS?
While capsules are made to fill powders, many customers have used them for years to fill liquids. Note that water causes the capsule material to soften and dissolve. So any capsules filled with a liquid that contains water must be consumed promptly. You will need to use a dropper or pipette to fill the capsules individually. After finishing the encapsulating process, you may want to keep the filled capsules at a cool temperature. This will make most liquids thicker and less runny – making it less probable that there will be leakage where the body and top of the capsule are joined together.