Manufacturer of Syrups

AdvaCare Pharma is a reliable manufacturer and supplier of pharmaceutical syrups. Our medical syrup range consists of antihistamine, antacid, decongestant, antimalarial and anti-anemic therapeutics in liquid syrup form.
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Ambroxol HCL + Cetirizine HCL Syrup
Ambroxol HCL + Salbutamol Sulfate Syrup
Ambroxol Syrup
Bromhexine Syrup
Cetirizine HCL Syrup
Chloroquine Phosphate Syrup
Cloperastine Syrup
Cold Syrup
Cyproheptadine HCL Syrup
Decongestant Syrup
Desloratadine Syrup
Dextromethorphan Syrup
Iron + Folic Acid + Ascorbic Acid Syrup
Isoniazid Syrup
Montelukast + Levocetirizine Syrup
Prednisolone Syrup
Promethazine HCL Syrup
Salbutamol Syrup
Terbutaline Sulfate + Guaifenesin Syrup
Pharmaceutical Syrups and Liquids by AdvaCare Pharma.


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Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India, United States
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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See why we are a leading manufacturer of pharmaceuticals.

AdvaCare is able to leverage raw materials, cost-effective processes and human resources to provide one of the most complete pharmaceutical ranges, competitive pricing and unmatched support, while always ensuring quality, accuracy and consistency.

Dr. D. Miller

Medical Advisory Board

What is the meaning of Syrups?

Syrups are pharmaceutical formulations in liquid form, typically thick and viscous, with a sweet taste. They are used for oral administration and contain various active ingredients, depending on the intended therapeutic purpose, such as antihistamines, antacids, decongestants, antimalarials, and anti-anemic agents.

Syrups offer several advantages in medication administration. Their liquid form allows for easy swallowing, making them suitable for individuals who have difficulty swallowing tablets or capsules, such as children or older adults. The sweet taste of syrups can also enhance patient compliance.

The formulation of syrups allows for accurate dosing, as the liquid can be easily measured using calibrated devices such as oral syringes or dosing cups. This helps ensure precise administration of medication and reduces the risk of underdosing or overdosing.

Syrups can also be formulated with a combination of ingredients to address multiple symptoms or conditions simultaneously. This multipurpose approach can reduce the need for multiple medications, simplifying the treatment regimen. Furthermore, the shelf life of syrups is generally long, and they remain stable for extended periods, offering both convenience and reliability for users.

What are Syrups used for?

What is the purpose of using Syrups?

Syrups provide a convenient and palatable oral administration method for medications. They allow for accurate dosing and easy swallowing, making them suitable for individuals who have difficulty swallowing tablets or capsules. Syrups are formulated to deliver specific active ingredients for various medical purposes.

Can Syrups be mixed with other liquids or food?

Syrups can generally be mixed with other liquids or certain types of food. However, the specific instructions provided by healthcare professionals or the product labeling to ensure compatibility and to avoid potential interactions that may affect the medication's effectiveness. Some syrups may require administration on an empty stomach or without any other substances.

Can Syrups be used for children?

Yes, syrups are commonly used in children, as they offer a more palatable and easier administration method compared to tablets or capsules. However, it is important to use age-appropriate formulations and follow the recommended dosage instructions for pediatric use.

Can Syrups be used by individuals with diabetes?

Syrups may contain sweeteners or sugars that can affect blood sugar levels, making it important for individuals with diabetes to exercise caution. It is advisable for individuals with diabetes to consult with their healthcare provider or pharmacist to select syrups that are suitable for their dietary needs and to understand any potential impact on blood sugar control. Additionally, sugar-free or low-sugar alternatives may be available for individuals with diabetes.

Can the consistency or color of Syrups change over time?

es, over time, syrups may undergo slight changes in consistency, color, or appearance, especially if they are nearing their expiration date or if they have been exposed to temperature fluctuations. While minor changes might not affect the medication's efficacy, any significant alterations or the presence of particulates should prompt a consultation with a pharmacist or healthcare provider before further consumption.

Types of Syrups

  • Antihistamine syrups contain antihistamine medications that help alleviate symptoms associated with allergies, such as sneezing, itching, runny nose, and watery eyes, providing relief from allergic reactions.
  • Antacid syrups are formulated to neutralize excessive stomach acid and provide relief from symptoms of acid reflux, heartburn, or indigestion, helping to alleviate discomfort and promote gastric acidity balance.
  • Decongestant syrups contain decongestant medications that help relieve nasal congestion caused by colds, allergies, or sinusitis by constricting blood vessels in the nasal passages, providing temporary relief from stuffiness.
  • Antimalarial syrups are specifically formulated to treat or prevent malaria, containing active ingredients that target the malaria parasite, helping to eliminate the infection and prevent its recurrence.
  • Anti-anemic syrups are designed to address anemia, a condition characterized by a deficiency of red blood cells or hemoglobin. They contain ingredients such as iron or vitamin B12, which help promote red blood cell production and improve the body's ability to carry oxygen.

List of common Syrups

Syrups, as a form of medication, deliver therapeutic agents in a sweetened and flavored liquid base, improving the taste and making it easier to ingest. They are particularly beneficial for individuals who have difficulty swallowing tablets or capsules, such as children or elderly patients. Here are some examples:

- Ambroxol Syrup (AmbroCare™) - Bromhexine Syrup (BromolCare™) - Chloroquine Phosphate Syrup (ChloquinCare™) - Cold Syrup (Cold&Flu Relief™) - Dextromethorphan Syrup (DexphanCare™) - Montelukast + Levocetirizine Syrup (MozinCare™) - Prednisolone Syrup (PresolCare™) - Terbutaline Sulfate + Guaifenesin Syrup (TersinCare™)

Why are we a top Syrups manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma is a reputable pharmaceutical Syrup manufacturer dedicated to delivering value to medical distributors by prioritizing the distribution of high-quality, yet affordable medicated syrups. Our extensive range of over 500 branded pharmaceuticals, including 20+ oral liquid products in syrup dosage form allows us to cater to diverse healthcare needs. We have established ourselves as a trusted partner in the industry, focusing on consistently meeting and exceeding industry standards.

We take pride in our syrup manufacturing facilities located in China, India and the USA, where we strictly adhere to rigorous Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) regulations. By conducting regular internal and third-party facility inspections, we ensure the quality, safety and efficacy of our oral liquid treatments.

With a proven track record spanning two decades, AdvaCare Pharma remains committed to manufacturing quality-assured, cost-effective medications in syrup dosage form. We highly value our relationships with distributors, working closely together to achieve mutual growth and success in the marketplace while serving the needs of healthcare professionals.