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Improvita introduces orally disolving aspirin

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CLEVELAND Improvita Health Products on Wednesday announced the introduction of its Fasprin, an 81 milligram aspirin tablet that dissolves rapidly in the mouth instead of in the stomach.

Fasprin's no-swallow aspirin delivery method reduces irritation to the gastrointestinal tract by quickly dissolving in the mouth, which allows the aspirin to enter the blood stream in just three to five minutes, or up to ten times faster than conventional aspirin that typically is absorbed through the stomach, the company stated.

Fasprin comes in a 30-tablet package for a suggested retail price of $5.99.

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