Botanical extraction entails separating and extracting plants.
The process of isolating and removing active substances or compounds from plants using different methods is known as botanical extraction. At Satvam Nutrition, we utilize various methods of botanical extraction to isolate and remove active substances or compounds from plants enabling us to obtain high-quality and potent ingredients for our plant-based supplements.
The technique of extracting and isolating particular active chemicals from plant material for use in medicine or other applications is known as active isolation in phytochemistry.
At Satvam, we understand the therapeutic benefits of active substances present in plants, and thus, we utilize the technique of active isolation in phytochemistry. This step involves carefully extracting and isolating specific active chemicals from plant material for use in our supplements. Through this process, we are able to obtain pure and concentrated versions of the active ingredient, which are free from any unwanted plant elements such as fibers and carbs.
By utilizing standardized methods and techniques, phytochemistry optimization can also be improved.
Our third step involves using ACT standardized techniques to optimize our phytochemistry. We leverage large databases of phytochemical data to predict the ideal extraction conditions and identify the critical variables that impact the yield and quality of active chemicals. This allows us to continuously improve the quality and potency of our plant-based supplements.
The ultimate goal of phytochemistry research is to find and create novel natural products, medications, and other applications generated from plant-based compounds.
The last step involves the development and production of high-quality, effective, and safe plant-based supplements. We ensure that the final product meets the highest standards of safety, purity, and potency by rigorously testing and analyzing the product. This includes testing for contaminants, verifying the concentration of active ingredients, and ensuring that the final product is consistent.