Potato starch is turned into sodium starch glycolate through carboxymethylation and crosslinking. It makes tablets and other oral solid dosage forms dissolve very quickly. Their one-of-a-kind mix of efficacy and cost-effectiveness has made them an internationally renowned and widely used pharmaceutical product.
When Sodium Starch Glycolate comes into touch with water or other substances, they swell significantly. These highly pure excipients keep their spheroid form for good flow, contain little sodium chloride or ethanol, and have a bright appearance.