The word “pill” is the main term for an oral medication that is typically taken in a capsule or pill form.
But unlike a pill, a pill is not a drug.
It is a capsule.
A pill is a drug that contains a small amount of a drug, typically a small molecule of the drug, that is injected into the stomach and absorbed by the body.
A pill can be taken by mouth or injected into a vein.
A tablet is a small packet of pills, or pills, that are administered by a doctor.
The difference between the two words can be confusing.
But it can be easy to confuse them.
Here are a few words you should know: