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Liquid extracts are a very convenient way to take herbal remedies
which some patients prefer. Just a few drops are dissolved in a small
amount of water and swallowed.
Liquid extracts are based on a mixture of water and
alcohol which ensures that all active ingredients are extracted (that is
because some are water-soluble and some alcohol-soluble). There is no
heat involved in the making of liquid extracts so that volatile oils are
not lost. However, please note that the manufacturing process of the Three Treasures tablets also ensures that volatile oils are not lost.
The active ingredients in liquid extracts are readily absorbable and, crucially, their absorption begins in the mouth.
If wanted, the alcohol can be evaporated by pouring the
liquid extract drops into hot water and letting them stand for a few
minutes. It is recommended that this is done for children.
QUALITY CONTROLS The Three Treasures and Women’s Treasure
liquid extracts are made in the Netherlands under GMP standards. The
raw materials are acquired under the strictest herb selection and
identification protocols available. Only the finest and freshest herbs
are bought. The raw herbs are then inspected for conformity and species
verification by experienced botanists in Europe.
Each batch of every product is subject to careful
analysis to ensure a consistent and stable amount of active ingredients.
QC is reflected in a final certificate listing all relevant information
and test results, which include the botanical name, organoleptic
properties, thin-layer-chromatography (TLC) for the constituent herb and
standard test for bacteria (e.g. salmonella, coli bacteria, total
bacteria count, moulds and yeasts). A spectrometry analysis also
detects the presence of heavy metal values whilst gas chromatography
further ensures safety by testing for over 200 potentially harmful
substances such as pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. Herbs
susceptible to contamination by aflatoxins are tested separately.