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Flavouring compounded medications is often necessary to make them more palatable and easier to take, particularly for children and elderly patients. The flavouring agents used in compounded medications can vary widely, depending on the type of medication and the preferences of the patient. Some commonly used flavouring agents include:

  1. Fruit flavours:
    These can include berry, cherry, peach, and other fruity flavours that can help mask the taste of medication.
  2. Mint:
    Mint is a popular flavouring agent that can help mask the taste of medication and provide a cooling sensation in the mouth.
  3. Chocolate:
    Chocolate can be used to flavour medications that have a bitter or unpleasant taste.
  4. Vanilla:
    Vanilla is a common flavouring agent that can be used to make medications more palatable.
  5. Bubblegum:
    Bubblegum flavouring can be used to make medications more appealing to children.

When compounding medications, it's important to use flavouring agents that are safe and do not interact with the medication in any way. Our pharmacists are trained to select the appropriate flavouring agents and ensure that they are properly mixed into the medication to ensure consistent and accurate dosing.

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