Testing Items 1. Organoleptic Testing (Color, Flavor, texture, aroma and size) 2. Moisture Count Analysis 3. Microscopy Analysis 4. Microbiological Testing 5. Heavy Metal Testing 6. Ash Testing
7. PH Testing 8. Pesticide and Agri-Chemical Residue Testing 9. Tumover Rate and Freshness Dates 10. Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis (TLD,UV,IR,HPLC,GC-MS,AAS etc)
Granulated broken into tiny particles Decoction . Pharmacology. a. an extract obtained by decocting. b. water in which a crude vegetable drug has been boiled and which therefore contains the constituents or principles of the substance soluble in boiling water.
Power Traditional At Home Decoction 1. The herbalist pre-weighs, combines, and individually bags a patients daily dose of herbs. 2. Patients are given individual bags of herbal formula for each day to take home. 3. Patients boil their daily dose of herbal formulas at home for 30 to 60 minutes. 4. The decoction is consumed several times during the day, as directed by the herbalist.
Power Granulated Herb Decoction Powders 1. The herbalist makes powders by preparing the herbs as a traditional decoction. 2. The decoction is then dehydrated and the dried powder residue is then collected. 3. The herbalist then mixes these powders together for each patient into a custom formula. 4. The powder is given to the patient so that they can place it in hot water to re-create the decoction at home. The original decoction's potency remains intact, and the patient does not need to boil the decoction at home.