casno. : CAS 63-42-3
Lactose is a sugar found in milk and other dairy products. It’s important for growing kids and babies, who need it to fuel their bodies and gain weight. When your body doesn’t produce enough of the digestive enzymes needed to break down lactose, you may experience digestive symptoms like nausea and diarrhea.
4-O-β-D-pyran galactosyl-D-glucose Monohydrate
Lactose monohydrate is known as milk sugar in the food and pharmaceutical industries., Due to its chemical structure, it's processed into a powder and used as a sweetener, stabilizer, or filler in the food and pharmaceutical industries. You may see it on the ingredient lists of pills, infant formulas, and packaged sweet foods. Lactose monohydrate may be added to animal feed, medications, baby formulas, and packaged desserts, snacks, and condiments. It acts as a sweetener, filler, or stabilizer.
Pharma Grade Lactose monohydrate is usually Used For Powder mixing tablet pressing, capsule/granule filling, pellet core, dry powder inhalation, wet granulation, premixing.