Quality of herbal
Herbal raw materials with biologically active ingredients must meet high demands in terms of efficacy, homogeneity, reproducibility and safety.
Maintaining consistent quality standards means that the herbal raw material must have a sufficient genetic profile and be produced with consistent technology.
If production takes place in several geographical regions, it is important that the conditions for cultivation be comparable.
By running its own test stations and thanks to an international network including universities, national and international institutes and producers, VitaPlant is able to conduct its own field tests in Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asia.
This means that VitaPlant is not limited to the cultivation of known, domestic plants such as Valeriana, Hypericum, Melissa, Salvia or thymus, but can also offer the development and procurement of less well-known, subtropical and tropical plant species.