A capsule bottle refers to a type of packaging commonly used to contain and dispense pharmaceutical capsules, tablets, or similar products. These bottles are designed specifically to store medication securely while allowing for convenient dispensing and usage.
Capsule bottles are typically made from plastic or glass, chosen for their durability and ability to protect the enclosed capsules from moisture, light, and other external factors.
These bottles often feature a secure closure system, such as a screw-on cap, snap-on lid, or flip-top cap, ensuring airtight and tamper-evident sealing to maintain product integrity.
In many cases, especially for medications that require added safety measures, capsule bottles come with child-resistant closures, reducing the risk of accidental ingestion by young children.