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Pharmaceutical ink is an ingestible form of water-based ink used on most medicine pills to indicate which drug it is, and/or how many milligrams the pill contains.
Additional recommended knowledge
Most pharmaceutical inks since the early 1990s eliminate ethyl alcohol in favor of faster ink drying times, and may include methyl alcohol and isopropanol in addition to the traditional ingredients titanium dioxide and propylene glycol.
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