Patient-Friendlier Pharmaceutics

When people are sick, pharmaceutical products can be helpful. Today, there are medicines for almost every ailment. What happens when the active substances or other ingredients in those medicines have some unpleasant side effects?

The largest component is rhamnolipids. They possess antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties and also are excellent carriers of active substances. Through this, the number of active substances can be reduced significantly while also boosting its effectiveness. Subsequently, the side effects will occur less often with lesser impact.

Furthermore, rhamnolipids have a positive effect on the human organism: they strengthen our immune system in a natural fashion as they do in plants. This is why they can serve particularly well for treating wounds and inflammations of the mucous membranes and gums. Also, successful treatments for autoimmune diseases can be achieved through the use of rhamnolipids.