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In 20+ years, no other oral vehicle has been able to match the brand value of ORA.



Developed over 20 years ago by US-based Paddock Laboratories and later acquired by Perrigo® and more recently, Padagis®, the ORA Product Line is a highly established and globally recognized oral vehicle brand.


With over 150 stability studies to support its use and strong brand recognition, the ORA line is the most sought after oral vehicle for compounded oral medications with notable impacts on pediatric and geriatric medicine.


The ORA brand has even made its mark outside compounding, found in department stores as over the counter products and included as part of FDA-approved finished drugs.
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ORA Blend®
Flavored oral suspending vehicle
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ORA Blend SF®
Sugar-free flavored oral syrup vehicle
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ORA Plus®
Oral suspending vehicle
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ORA Sweet®
Oral syrup vehicle
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ORA Sweet® SF
Sugar-free oral syrup vehicle
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Browse 150+ Stability Studies


  1. Abdel-Rahman, S.M. and M.C. Nahata, Stability of terbinafine hydrochloride in an extemporaneously prepared oral suspension at 25 and 4 degrees C. Am J Health Syst Pharm, 1999. 56(3): p. 243-245.
  2. Anaizi, N.H., C.F. Swenson, and P.J. Dentinger, Stability of ganciclovir in extemporaneously compounded oral liquids. Am J Health Syst Pharm, 1999. 56(17): p. 1738-1741.
  3. Beasley, C.A., et al., Development and validation of a stability indicating HPLC method for determination of lisinopril, lisinopril degradation product and parabens in the lisinopril extemporaneous formulation. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2005. 37(3): p. 559-567.
  4. Caruthers, R.L. and C.E. Johnson, Stability of extemporaneously prepared sodium phenylbutyrate oral suspensions. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 2007. 64(14): p. 1513-1515.
  5. Cober, M.P. and C.E. Johnson, Stability of an extemporaneously prepared alcohol-free phenobarbital suspension. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 2007. 64(6): p. 644-646.

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