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D-Glucurone is a white crystalline powder, odorless and slightly bitter. When it encounters light, the color gradually becomes darker. After being dissolved in water, part of the lactone turns into glucuronic acid, reaching an equilibrium state and showing an acidic reaction. It can combine with poisons in the liver and intestines into non-toxic glucuronic acid conjugates, and excreted from the body, and has liver protection and detoxification effects. Used for hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, food or drug poisoning.
Auxiliary medication and antidote for liver disease.
D-Glucurone is a glucuronic acid derivative that is used for treating canine hepatitis.