Use the arrows below and the images at right to follow the step-by-step process taken with each herb to ensure we deliver Purity, Integrity, and Potency.
Purity + Integrity = Potency
Each herb must be cultivated in accordance with Nature’s intent. Learn more about the measures we take to ensure…
Principles of PurityContinue
In order to deliver herbal medicines of assured purity, we adhere to a stringent set of principles—rules we uphold…
Sustainability and Social Responsibility Beyond the sourcing of ethically produced, quality raw materials, our Principles of Purity oblige us…
Purity isn’t just about quality—it’s also about commitment. The plants used in our herbal extracts must meet or exceed…
We must ensure the fullest possible expression of each herb. In creating herbal products, we ensure the fullest possible…
Our full-spectrum processing involves choosing the ideal extraction and concentration methods to maintain the integrity of each individual plant.…
Right + Right MethodContinue
The structure and nature of every plant is unique. To preserve the integrity of these chemical constituents during extraction,…
Low + Low MethodContinue
Once the bioactive constituents of the herbs have been extracted, the extracts are then highly concentrated with our meticulous…
At every stage in our production process, we apply exacting testing methods. The result of this uncompromising system of…
The result of an unwavering commitment to purity and integrity. Plant Intelligence is Nature’s way of delivering vitality to…
Our products not only contain Plant Intelligence in its “whole” and original form, we also gently concentrate our extracts…
The effective formulation of potent herbal remedies is based on two key principles: The first is knowing the herbs,…
The term “standardized” in botanical extracts refers to delivering a consistent, measurable concentration of a recognized phyto-constituent. This is…
An expression of our purity and integrity, all Gaia Herbs’ Liquid Phyto-Cap products are 100% vegetarian, tested free of…
Low + Low Method
Once the bioactive constituents of the herbs have been extracted, the extracts are then highly concentrated with our meticulous low + low method—low temperature in combination with low atmospheric pressure—to protect the fragile, subtle vital forces of each plant.
Preserving the full chemical makeup of what we worked so hard to capture requires a slow, careful concentration technique involving low temperature and low atmospheric pressure.
Our low + low method of concentration uses a low atmospheric pressure of 24 millibars (versus the Earth’s standard sea level pressure of 1,013.25 millibars) that allows the water and alcohol to evaporate slowly (much more slowly than other conventional concentration methods), while a low temperature of 60°C (140°F, nearly 75° below water’s boiling point of 212°F/100°C) prevents any volatile, subtle, natural compounds from being damaged. As it evaporates, the organic grain alcohol is recaptured and purified, creating a closed-loop system in which no alcohol evaporates into the environment.
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