Manufacture

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Australian standards of manufacturing influences China's modernisation

When Australia began its regulation of therapeutic goods under the Therapeutic Goods Act in the late 80's China took note and saw the market for their own herbal medicine needed to meet the demands of regulation. China began to create world standard pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities for herbal medicine, recognising the growing market for natural medicine. Today, Chinese factories are amongst the best in the world, meeting both Australian TGA and EC pharmaceutical GMP and exceeding US standards, which are generally food grade GMP.

The investment in pharmaceutical GMP has created up to date factories and research facilities. Our factory is less than 5 years old and is staffed by eager young scientists and technicians. Every step in the manufacturing process is checked and recorded as per EC and Australian regulations.

The equipment is either German in origin or manufactured in China to pharmaceutical standards.

All of extractions 'pots' are stainless steel coated internally with ceramic. They are computer controlled water or ethanol pressure cookers producing a 6:1 and up to a 10:1 concentrate.

Much of our manufacturing is automated from herb cleaning to concentrating and drying to shipping. This allows for tighter quality control, faster production and quicker delivery of finished products

Inspections by the Australian TGA or EC regulators ensure ongoing standards of manufacturing quality.