Fill your own capsules so you can:Custom mix ingredientsUse quality and fresh raw ingredientsSave up to 75% over retail encapsulated supplement pricesAvoid use of binders or excipients (Olivus capsules do not use these)Includes tamping tool
An encapsulator that can be used to encapsulate herbs in size "0" capsules.
Put large part of the Capsule machine (the base) on enclosed stand & then put on flat bowl or plate.
Separate capsules. Push longer part, open end up, into base & shorter part into the cover.
Pour approximately 1 1/2 tablespoons of powder into base and sweep enclosed card over holes, filling them. If desired, use enclosed tamping tool to compact powder & then fill base again.
Place cover on base & remove the Capsule Machine from stand. Put the Capsule Machine on flat surface & press down evenly until bottomed out. Release pressure.
Remove cover. Filled capsules should be in the cover. Depress top cover evenly on both sides to eject filled capsules.
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What is The Capsule Machine made of?
The type of plastic of the top and base of The Capsule Machine, as well as the stand and tamper is ABS. ABS plastic material adheres to requirements regarding contact with food and drinking water, which have been established by the Food and Drug Administration, the Federal Health Office, the den Regulations of the British Plastics Organization, and the Bedarfsgegenst?ndeverordnung as well as other national and international regulations. ABS has good chemical and stress-cracking resistance to inorganic salt solutions, alkalis, mineral acids (except strong oxidizing acids), and some mineral, vegetable, and animal oils. Petroleum-based oils, solvents, and paints SHOULD NOT BE USED, as they will cause the material to craze. There is a possibility that the plastic can be damaged by powders with a high oil content of eugenol. Eugenol is an essential oil that is contained in herbs such as cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon and bay leaf. The two springs of The Capsule Machine are made of Delrin Acetal plastic. This material adheres to the regulations established by the Food and Drug Administration for repeated contact with food and the regulations established by The National Sanitation Foundation for use in drinkable water. The spreader card is made of PVC. If you don?t want to use PVC, you can make a card by cutting paper card stock or cover stock, or another material.
Proudly made in the USA.