|Grade||Food Grade, Medicine Grade|
Bismuth Citrate Introduction:
|Appearance & Physical State:||White powder|
|Melting Point:||300℃ (dec.)|
|Boiling Point:||309.6℃ at 760 mmHg|
|Stability:||Stable at normal temperatures and pressures.|
|Storage Condition:||Keep the container tightly closed. Keep the container in a cool, well-ventilated area.|
Bismuth Citrate Functions:
Bismuth Citrate is an intermediate of Bismuth Potassium Citrate, which is a protective agent for the gastric mucosa. Under the condition of gastric acid, it produces precipitation, forming a diffuse protective layer covering the ulcer surface, promoting the regeneration of the ulcer mucosa and the healing of the ulcer. This product also has the effects of reducing pepsin activity, increasing mucin secretion, and promoting the mucosal release of PGE2.
Bismuth Citrate Application:
Bismuth citrate is used as a progressive hair dye in cosmetics. It is used as an antimicrobial agent for syphilis, colitis, wound infection, quartan malaria, dyspepsia, and peptic ulcers.