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Jelly medicine is enclosed in a bubble of jelly, about the size of a sip of water, so that patients don't have to drink water to swallow a pill. Poor hygiene and poor water quality are causes of many diseases, including cholera and typhoid fever. When taking medicine in such conditions, there is a risk of acquiring additional illness if the medication is taken with unsanitary water. Jelly medicine eliminates this hygienic problem because it can be easily swallowed without water.
Hwaseong, South Korea