What is Magnesium Stearate?
A recent poll in Britain found that public support for sanctions against Russia is falling as fuel and prices rise.
The proportion of people willing to accept higher fuel prices as a result of western sanctions against Russia fell 14 percentage points to 36% from 50% in March, according to a survey conducted for the Telegraph by consultancy Redfield & Wilton Strategies.
Global energy and fuel prices have soared since the start of the year and remain high because of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and uncertainty over Russian supplies.
The survey also found that 54% of people believe their own financial situation has worsened in the past year, up 12 percentage points from 42% two months ago. Sixty-two percent think things will get worse in the year ahead. Less than a third of respondents said they had received a pay rise to keep up with inflation, with two-thirds of those saying it was not enough to keep up with rising living costs.
The figures suggest that public concern about the conflict with Ukraine is now likely to be overtaken by financial worries.
Separately, the UK's consumer price index rose 7 percent this month from a year earlier, the highest since March 1992, according to figures released recently by the Office for National Statistics. In addition, a separate report released a few days ago by the Centre for Economics and Business Research said that real household disposable income in the UK will fall by 3% in 2022, equivalent to a loss of £2,320 per household, which would lead to the biggest drop in living standards since the 1950s. That is mainly because wages aren't keeping up with rising energy and fuel costs.
The prices of other commodities like the magnesium stearate are also expected to be influenced.
What is Magnesium Stearate?
Magnesium stearate is a salt formed when stearate molecules combine with magnesium ions.
Stearates come from stearic acid which is a long-chain saturated fat found in:
milk and dairy products
Stearic acid is the only long-chain saturated fat that doesn't raise cholesterol levels, experts say.
Salt forms the coating you see on medicines and vitamins in powder form. Magnesium stearate may stick to your hands and feel greasy when touched. Many manufacturers of processed foods, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals also add magnesium stearate to their products.
What is magnesium stearate used for?
Drugs. The company calls magnesium stearate a "fluid agent." Its main job is to prevent the ingredients in the capsule from sticking together. It also creates a barrier between drugs and the machines that make them. The powder improves the consistency and quality of drug capsules.
Another function of the powder is to slow the absorption and breakdown of the drug. That way, your body absorbs them in the right areas of your gut. Without magnesium stearate, it is difficult to predict the effectiveness, quality, and consistency of drugs.
Cosmetics. Magnesium stearate is a useful ingredient in many cosmetics. It can be used as filler, anti-caking agent, colorant, and so on. Here, it's a low-hazard product, but there are limited data.
What does magnesium stearate do to your body?
Magnesium stearate is usually safe to eat, but too much can have a laxative effect. In large quantities, it irritates the mucus lining of the intestine. This can cause bowel movements or diarrhea.
Immune function. The powder may impair your immune T cell function. Research into this effect is still in its early stages.
Nutrient and drug absorption. There are concerns that magnesium stearate may prevent the body from absorbing nutrients the way it should. One study found that tablets containing magnesium stearate dissolved longer than tablets without magnesium stearate.
Other studies have found that how long magnesium stearate is dissolved does not affect the drug's effectiveness. It also does not change the dissolution of tablets or the effectiveness of supplements or drugs.
Biofilms. There are also concerns that magnesium stearate can lead to the formation of harmful biofilms in the digestive system. Biofilms occur when groups of bacteria form a protective barrier. These claims come from the fact that soap contains magnesium stearate and forms a scum film. But your gut wall, unlike your bathroom wall or door, doesn't have the same scum film.
What is the source of magnesium stearate?
Stearic acid comes from animal or plant sources.
Vegetarian sources of magnesium stearate include palm oil, coconut oil, and vegetable oil.
PURE LAB VITAMINS uses "plant-based" as a source of magnesium stearate.
Is magnesium stearate from a vegetable source safe?
In general, vegetable magnesium stearate is safe to use and eat. But if you take too much of it, studies show it has a laxative effect.
What is stearic acid?
Stearic acid is a saturated fatty acid found in many foods, including animal and plant fats and oils. Cocoa and flaxseed are examples of foods that contain high levels of stearic acid.
What effect does stearic acid have on the body?
Stearic acid can be found in foods such as chicken, eggs, cheese, chocolate, walnuts, salmon, and coconut oil. Stearic acid acts as a lubricant for filling capsules when dry powder ingredients have problems such as density, viscosity, and fluidity under pressure.
According to NCBI, stearic acid lowers LDL cholesterol compared to other saturated fatty acids. It may also slightly lower the ratio of total cholesterol to HDL cholesterol compared to other fatty acids.
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New Delhi: India's Oil Ministry recently conveyed its intention to five national oil companies including Indian Oil Corp and Bharat Petroleum Resources LTD to assess the possibility of buying shares in Russian oil projects sold by European and American oil majors.
Bp announced it would give up its 19.75% stake in Rosneft, the Russian oil company. ExxonMobil said on March 1 that it would exit about $4 billion in assets and terminate all of its Russian operations, including the Sakhalin-1 project in Russia's far East.
India's oil ministry has asked the overseas investment arm of India's Oil and Gas Corporation to consider buying ExxonMobil's 30 percent stake in the Sakhalin 1 project in Russia's far East. ExxonMobil is the operator of the project and Indian companies already have a 20 percent stake in the project.
Because of the ever-changing international situation, the supply and prices of international bulk magnesium stearate are still very uncertain.