Phials are particularly suitable for this use as they are made of glass, a neutral, recyclable material with no container/content interaction. And glass is stable to ensure preservation of the content.
Most of our formulas contain:
- No alcohol
- No coloring agents
- No preservatives*
We use two traditional methods for manufacturing our phial products. They have been tried and tested since the 1970s, thanks to our expertise and unique knowledge of plants:
- Decoction-Infusion: the combination of these two methods create a 'liquid extract'.
- The cold-pressing process results in 'pure juice'.
Decoction – Infusion for organic liquid extracts
We use a neutral method with a single solvent: WATER.
Our liquid extracts are made with dried plants. Decoction: the dried plants are soaked in a tank full of boiling water for 5 to 15 minutes. The boiling process is longer for the tougher sections of the plants such as devil’s claw root and cinnamon bark.
This stage is immediately followed by infusion. The plants are immersed in water at a lower temperature, at least 80°C for 15 to 30 min. This is suitable for the more tender parts of the plants: leaves and flowers.
We are entirely transparent about our plant doses. The amount of plants used in our organic liquid extracts is indicated:dry plant equivalent ratio. This indicates the weight of plants used to make a phial.
In packets of 10 to 30 phials, they can be taken individually from time to time or as part of a program.
Cold-pressing process for our organic Pure Black Radish juice
We use this traditional method, developed in 1974 by our founder René Haussin, to make our organic Pure Black Radish juice.
This process respects the raw materials and guarantees pure organic juice with no alcohol, no coloring agents and no preservatives*. Fresh vegetables are cleaned, peeled, ground and squeezed to make our undiluted organic Pure Black Radish juice with an entirely mechanical process and no heating (except for sterilization), nor dilution.
**In compliance with current regulations for organic production.