Agar Agar Pharma Grade

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Pharmaceutical- Safe Premium Quality Agar

We are dedicated to exploring Agar derivatives for various purposes. Our Pharma grade Agar Agar products are widely used for its ability to add viscous consistency to the formulation suspension of various medicines.

The pharma grade Agar Agar is specifically derived to be used as a laxative and other pharma applications such as for preparing emulsions, suspensions, capsules and surgical suppositories. The chemical composition of our pharma-grade Agar product makes it an ideal suspending agent for Barium Sulphate Radiology. British Pharmacopoeia is the standard that we follows.


Bulk :5, 10, 15, 20, 25 kg cartons and 25 kg fibre board drum with inner double layered poly ethylene liner

Retail : 500 gm containers



    Agar Agar

    Agar-Agar has a significant role in the pharmaceutical industry as an agent for gelation, stabilization, and thickening. Due to these properties, it finds uses in pharmaceuticals to treat various health issues. Some of the prominent uses are :

    • Agar as a surgical lubricant

    The gelation property makes Agar a good choice as surgical lubricant. The surgeons also use it to reduce discomfort to the patient undergoing surgery.

    Sodium Alginate

    Sodium Alginate is known for its biocompatibility, low toxicity, relatively low cost, and mild gelation properties. It is one of the most used substances in the food, pharmaceutical, and textile industry.

    Owing to the exclusive physicochemical properties and biocompatibility, Sodium Alginate is widely used in the pharmaceutical preparation field as:

    • Thickening agent
    • Suspending agent
    • Disintegrating agent
    • Microencapsulated materials
    • Cold-resistant agent for cells

    It is also known to lower blood sugar, and work as an antioxidant and increase immunological competence.

    In recent years, there has been extensive research to use Sodium Alginate in new pharmaceutical dosage form, as a kind of bioadhesive polymer and PH sensitivity of the gel material.