What Is the Active Ingredient in Antacid Tablets?

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The active ingredient in antacid tablets is calcium carbonate. Antacid tablets are used to calm a stomach from heartburn, acid indigestion, or a sour stomach. It is also a good source of calcium and can be taken as a calcium supplement.
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Most antacid products contain one or more of four active ingredients:
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alkali to neutralise the acid.
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