Quality Documentation and Certification

Documentation is at the heart of GMP. Each ingredient comes with comprehensive documentation providing all information relevant to support quality, safety, efficacy in timely manner. This information facilitates faster evaluation of our ingredients.

  • Technical data sheet
  • Specifications
  • Certificate of analysis
  • Stability and Shelf life
  • Botanical identification
  • Manufacturing flow chart
  • GMO status
  • Irradiation status
  • Allergen declaration
  • BSE/TSE guarantees
  • Composition statement
  • Continuing Product Guarantee
  • Gluten status
  • Kosher/Halal certification
  • Melamine statement
  • Nutritional facts
  • CA Prop 65 statement
  • Residual solvent
  • Safety data sheet
  • Storage and handling condition
  • Custom code

Alpinia galanga or Alpinia calcarata

Out of several species of Alpinia, three most commonly grown species are Alpinia galanga, Alpinia calcarata and Alpinia officinarum. The roots of Alpinia galanga and Alpinia officinarum are well identified in trade as greater and lesser galangal respectively. But the roots of Alpinia galanga and Alpinia calcarata appear very similar to the untrained eye and hence any adulteration or substitution can go unnoticed. Because of the close similarities between Alpinia calcarata and Alpinia galanga, a macroscopy, microscopy and DNA testing together helped authenticate EnXtra® raw material. 

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Roots for coagulating milk or male sexual health

Although hugely popular, Withania somnifera is often contaminated with related species Withania coagulans. Withania coagulans is also important plant for its property of coagulating milk. To ensure the best male sexual health benefits HeezOn® uses only DNA authenticated roots of Withania somnifera. DNA finger printing of Withania somnifera roots.