How Does A Liquid-Filled Gel Cap Work?
Yeah, it’s weird to think about. I was looking at my liquid-filled gel caps and wondered how they don’t dissolve themselves. I love gel-caps because they’re fast acting. The liquid hits my system a lot faster than a regular old pill because of less time to break down. But what breaks the gel-cap down is moisture. They’re filled with liquid, which is moisture. So how do they not dissolve themselves? Who came up with these magic pills that essentially melt when liquid hits the outside, but are able to hold liquid?
Not the biggest quandary in the world, I know. But isn’t it a little weird? So any ideas?