Pharmaceutical-grade magnesium oxide has several advantages in the pharmaceutical field. During the preparation process, different purities and particle sizes of products can be obtained by adjusting reaction conditions and ratios. This controllability allows it to meet the requirements of various drug formulations.

As a non-toxic and non-allergenic substance, pharmaceutical-grade magnesium oxide is well compatible with human tissues, causing no significant adverse reactions or allergies, ensuring the safe use of medications.

Pharmaceutical-grade magnesium oxide can absorb moisture and maintain the stability of pharmaceutical formulations, preventing drugs from being dampened, oxidized, or degraded. This makes it a commonly used stabilizer and moisturizer in the pharmaceutical industry, helping to extend the shelf life of drugs and improve the quality and effectiveness of formulations.

Pharmaceutical-grade magnesium oxide can neutralize gastric acid, regulate the acid-base balance of gastric acid, thereby playing a gastroprotective role. Additionally, it can also act as a sustained-release agent, delaying the release rate of drugs in formulations, enhancing their bioavailability and efficacy.

Adding magnesium oxide to drugs can neutralize weak acidity, acting as a stabilizer and increasing the magnesium ion content, making the drugs more stable and effective.

Although pharmaceutical-grade magnesium oxide has multiple application advantages, its practical use still requires reasonable application according to the specific needs of drugs and the specific conditions of patients. Strict control of product quality and safety is also required during the production process to ensure the safe and effective use of medications by patients.