Manufacturer of Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine

AdvaCare Pharma manufactures and supplies a wide range of medicines to treat improper functioning of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, relieve digestive disorders, and support nutrient absorption, metabolism, and the regulation of bodily functions.
Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine

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Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Hydroxide Tablets
Aluminum Hydroxide + Magnesium Trisilicate Tablets
Antacid Oral Suspension
Atropine Injection
Berberine HCL Tablets
Bisacodyl Tablets
Calcitriol Capsules
Calcium Chloride Injection
Calcium Gluconate Injection
Calcium Lactate Tablets
Chlorpropamide Tablets
Cholecalciferol Injection
Cimetidine Injection
Cimetidine Tablets
Diatrizoate Meglumine + Diatrizoate Sodium Injection
Domperidone Oral Suspension
Domperidone Tablets
Epinephrine (Adrenaline) Injection
Esomeprazole Capsules
Famotidine Tablets
Ferrous Fumarate Tablets
Ferrous Sulfate + Folic Acid Tablets
Ferrous Sulfate Tablets
Folic Acid Tablets
Gas Relief Capsules
Gas Relief Oral Drops
Glibenclamide Tablets
Glimepiride Tablets
Glipizide Tablets
Granisetron HCL Injection
Hyoscine Butylbromide Injection
Hyoscine Butylbromide Tablets
Lactulose Oral Suspension
Lansoprazole Capsules
Lansoprazole Tablets
Loperamide Capsules
Magnesium Injection
Mebeverine HCL Tablets
Metformin HCL Tablets
Metoclopramide Injection
Metoclopramide Oral Suspension
Metoclopramide Tablets
Misoprostol Tablets
Naloxone HCL Injection
Omeprazole Capsules
Omeprazole Sodium for Injection
Ondansetron HCL Injection
Ondansetron Tablets
Oral Rehydration Salts
Orlistat Capsules
Pantoprazole Sodium for Injection
Pantoprazole Tablets
Potassium Chloride Injection
Potassium Chloride Tablets
Propantheline Bromide Tablets
Rabeprazole Capsules
Ranitidine HCL Capsules
Ranitidine HCL Injection
Sodium Bicarbonate Tablets
Tolbutamide Tablets
Vitamin B Complex Capsules
Vitamin B Complex Injection
Vitamin B Complex Tablets
Vitamin B1 Injection (Thiamine HCL)
Vitamin B1 Tablets
Vitamin B6 Injection (Pyridoxine HCL)
Vitamin B6 Tablets
Vitamin C Injection
Vitamin C Tablets
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  • China, India, United States
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What is the meaning of Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine?

Alimentary tract and metabolism medicine are a class of drugs for treating a variety of digestive disorders and conditions, as well as metabolic disorders such as diabetes and thyroid disease. This class of medication includes several categories based on their mode of action and specific indications.

The efficacy and scientifically proven effects of alimentary tract and metabolism medicine vary depending on the specific drug and indication. However, many of these treatments for digestive problems and the proper regulation of bodily functions have been extensively studied and have demonstrated significant therapeutic benefits for their intended use.

What is Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine used for?

What is Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine used to treat?

Alimentary tract and metabolism medicine is a class of medications for various gastrointestinal diseases and problems with digestion. These drugs act on different targets in the digestive system and are used to help with many digestive problems including: - Gastroesophageal reflux disease - Peptic ulcers - Inflammatory bowel disease - Irritable bowel syndrome - Constipation - Diarrhea - Nausea - Malabsorption disorders - Pancreatic insufficiency - Obesity - Type 2 diabetes

What is the mechanism of common Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicines?

The most common indications treated by medicine for digestion are gastrointestinal conditions, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), peptic ulcers, and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Treatments for digestive problems such as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and H2-receptor antagonists (H2 blockers) are used to treat GERD and peptic ulcers by reducing stomach acid production. For IBD, drugs like anti-inflammatory agents and immunosuppressive drugs are used to reduce inflammation in the digestive system.

Alimentary tract and metabolism therapy is also used to promote weight loss, suppress appetite, and reduce the absorption of fat. A common example is orlistat which inhibits the absorption of dietary fat, while liraglutide and phentermine suppress appetite and increase satiety.

Types of Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine

Alimentary tract and metabolism medicines are used to treat a wide range of digestive problems and disorders. Among these groups of medicines are antacids, laxatives, antiemetics, antinauseants, and diabetes medications.

Antacids and Acid Reducers

Drugs for acid-related disorders are a group of medications used to treat digestive disorders that affect the production of acid in the stomach. The most common acid-related conditions include gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and peptic ulcer disease.

Antacids work by neutralizing excess stomach acid. They contain compounds such as calcium carbonate, magnesium hydroxide, or aluminum hydroxide, which react with stomach acid to form salt and water, thus reducing the acidity in the stomach. This helps relieve symptoms of acid reflux, heartburn, and indigestion.


Laxatives and other drugs for constipation help to relieve symptoms by increasing bowel movements. The main mechanism of these medications may involve stimulating the intestines, softening the stool, increasing stool volume, or lubricating the bowel. This helps to ease the passage of stool and alleviate constipation.

Laxatives and other constipation relief medicines are commonly used to treat temporary symptoms caused by changes in diet, dehydration, or medication side effects. In some cases, they may also be used to treat chronic constipation or bowel disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or diverticulitis.

Drugs for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders

Drugs for functional gastrointestinal disorders are used to manage conditions related to various gastrointestinal diseases, like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), functional dyspepsia, and gastroparesis. These conditions can cause symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, and constipation. This type of medicine for digestive problems is designed to relieve these symptoms and improve the overall function of the digestive system.

Some treatments for digestive problems in this category, such as antispasmodics, work by relaxing the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract, thus reducing the severity of symptoms like abdominal pain and cramping. Prokinetic agents help to stimulate the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract and improve the movement of food through the digestive system. Additionally, some medicine for functional gastrointestinal disorders, such as proton pump inhibitors, can be used to reduce the production of acid in the stomach and alleviate symptoms of acid reflux.

Diabetes Medication

Diabetes medication is essential for the treatment and management of these conditions. Type 1 diabetes is a chronic autoimmune condition characterized by the destruction of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. The immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys the beta cells in the pancreas, leading to insufficient production of insulin. The main mechanism of medications for type 1 diabetes revolves around the replacement of insulin, as the primary therapeutic approach in this condition is insulin therapy.

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder characterized by high blood sugar levels resulting from insulin resistance and inadequate insulin production. This condition results in cells becoming resistant to the action of insulin, a hormone that helps regulate blood sugar. Over time, the pancreas may struggle to produce sufficient insulin. The mechanism of diabetic medications varies. Overall they aim to improve blood sugar control by addressing insulin resistance, enhancing insulin secretion, or modifying glucose metabolism.

Antiemetics and Antinauseants

Antiemetics and antinauseants are drugs used to prevent or treat nausea and vomiting. They work by blocking signals that trigger nausea and vomiting, or by calming the digestive system.

Medication for nausea may be indicated for use with various conditions such as chemotherapy-induced sickness, postoperative vomiting, motion sickness, and morning sickness during pregnancy.

Bile and Liver Therapy

Bile and liver medications are for the treatment of liver diseases and disorders related to bile flow. These drugs work by regulating the production and flow of bile, aiding in digestion, and improving liver function.

The main indications for these drugs include gallstones, cholecystitis, biliary colic, and hepatic insufficiency. Mechanisms of action of these medicines vary, but they may include stimulating bile flow, reducing cholesterol production, and protecting liver cells from damage. Commonly used drugs in this category include ursodeoxycholic acid, chenodeoxycholic acid, and hepatoprotective agents such as silymarin.

List of common Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine

Alimentary tract and metabolism medicine are used for a huge range of problems with digestion and digestive disorders. What common drugs are readily available and what components are used? Some common examples of treatments for gastrointestinal diseases include:

Antacids and Acid Reducers

- Calcium carbonate - Aluminum hydroxide + Magnesium hydroxide (AcidCare™) - Aluminum hydroxide + Magnesium trisilicate (AcidCare™) - Pantoprazole (PantoCare™) - Omeprazole (OmepraCare™) - Sodium bicarbonate (BisoCare™)

Drugs for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders

- Simethicone (Gas Relief™) - Mebeverine (MerinCare™) - Loperamide (LoperCare™)


- Bisacodyl (BisaCare™) - Polyethylene glycol - Docusate sodium


- Metformin (MetCare™) - Glipizide (GlipiCare™) - Pioglitazone - Repaglinide - Glibenclamide (GlibenCare™) - Chlorpropamide (ChloridCare™)


- Ondansetron (OndaCare™) - Metoclopramide (MetoCare™) - Prochlorperazine

Why are we a quality Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine manufacturer?

For 20 years AdvaCare Pharma has manufactured and distributed a product range of more than 4,000 pharmaceuticals, medical devices, dietary supplements, and veterinary products in over 65 markets globally. A wide range of 500+ pharmaceutical products, available in 13 dosage forms, allows our distribution to remain sustainable and affordable. AdvaCare Pharma, a manufacturer of Alimentary Tract and Metabolism Medicine, offers an expansive range of cost-effective treatments for digestive problems available in various dosage forms.

AdvaCare Pharma has manufacturing facilities in China, India and the USA. Our production lines adhere to the highest international standards and with frequent facility inspections, these standards are guaranteed. We strictly comply with GMP rules and regulations, as well as ISO standards.