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Quality Management

There is a lot of manual work involved, from harvesting to the selection of the plant parts and the packaging of the ampoules. Additionally, we use complex machines and production lines. But all our processes are subject to the strict guidelines of Good Agriculture and Good Manufacturing Practice (GAP/GMP).

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) refers to guidelines for quality management of the processes and environment in the production of drugs and active ingredients, quality control and storage. These are central to pharmaceutical manufacturing, as deviations can have a direct impact on the efficacy and safety of a drug and thus on the health of a patient. GMP ensures that remedies are produced according to reliable standards and that they are continuously tested to be consistent with their intended use and in compliance with drug approval.

Good Distribution Practice (GDP)

The Good Distribution Practice of Medicinal Products for Human Use (GDP) is a guideline of the European Commission. Its purpose is to ensure the quality and integrity of medicinal products throughout the entire supply chain, from storage to pharmacy.