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The Lipoid PHOSAL® brand name encompasses unique liquid compounds based on phosphatidylcholine. They can act as solubilizers for components that are either insoluble or barely soluble in aqueous solutions or function as a source of phosphatidylcholine with essential fatty acids. The PHOSAL® products can be incorporated directly into oral or dermal formulations.

PHOSAL® Curcumin is a combination of curcuminoids with phosphatidylcholine. As the major phospholipid of bile, phosphatidylcholine establishes the rapid absorption of lipophilic nutrients, and enhances the bioavailability of curcuminoids.
As active ingredients, curcuminoids, as well as phosphatidylcholine are well known to promote gastrointestinal health, fat metabolism and liver health. Therefore, PHOSAL® Curcumin provides an increased bioavailability of curcuminoids and represents a superior combination of active ingredients with mutually supporting health benefits.


Our Products
Phosphatidylcholine Contents 25-75% with:
  • Medium-Chain Triglycerides
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Safflower Oil
  • Propylene Glycol
  • Emulsions, e.g. Creams, Lotions
  • Bath Oils
  • Syrups
  • Tonics
  • Capsule Filling


Further Information

PHOSAL® branded products are non-aqueous solutions with phosphatidylcholine in different concentrations for oral and topical pharmaceutical applications as well as cosmetic products. The additional designations identify the carrier media used, such as medium-chain triglycerides (MCT), sunflower oil (SB), safflower oil (SA), and propylene glycol (PG). All ingredients provide excellent carriers for natural phosphatidylcholine and lipophilic active ingredients, e.g. vitamins, essential oils.
PHOSAL® products can be directly incorporated as emulsifiers and stabilizers into:

  • emulsions, e.g. creams, lotions
  • hard and soft capsules
  • syrups
  • tonics

As dietary supplements, they are primarily administered in capsule form and are considered highly valuable carriers of phosphatidylcholine and essential fatty acids.