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Standardization

Standardization refers to the act of standardizing the active ingredients belonging to a certain plant which gives that plant its unique effectiveness.The standardization process is carried out based on the major active ingredient found in the contents of the plant. 

Effectiveness is the most significant matter when dealing with medicinal plants. For the effectiveness to be sustainable a standardized amount of plant contents is needed. For live plants this process is a rather lengthy and fully controlled.Speaking of the effectiveness of a non-standardized plant-based content can be likened to flipping a coin and  

Effectiveness is the most significant matter when dealing with medicinal plants. For the effectiveness to be sustainable a standardized amount of plant contents is needed. Speaking of the effectiveness of a non-standardized plant-based content can be likened to flipping a coin and guessing. 

All HNHL products use 100% standardized Plus Power plant extracts.

The standardized content is indicated on the package with an icon.

3-Step Standardization

Step 1: Purification

Producing a healthy genotype by cleansing the plants from infections and diseases is the first and most critical step for an organic produce

Plants face many diseases while growing, and this requires the use chemical drugs to fight against them leaving residues of unwanted chemicals in the plant. This is not an acceptable situation for organic production. That is why producing a healthy genotype is the first step for an effective organic production.

Purification is the complete process with scientific protocols for cleansing the plants form harmful agents such as viruses, bacteria, fungi and spores. Purification results in plants with the most resistance and strength

Purification
Purification

Step 2: Tissue Culture

Tissue culture involves several process.First, the plants are cleared from harmful organisms, such as bacteri and fugi. Then, the plants tissues are cultured under the steril laboratory conditions and moved to the adaptation green hauses to complete their growth.

Why Tissue Culture ?

There are three reasons for the superiority and the necessity of tissue culture;

In classical growth planting process, the young and weak plant saplings are susceptible to harmful agents in soil. In tissue culture process, the plants are safely grown in laboratory environment to the point where they can resist to the mentioned harms from the natural environment, and then they are planted in to the fields

The reproduction of the plants with classical methods takes many long years. The tissue culture process significantly reduces this time period

Most importantly, the classical process is genetically differentiated and can not be standardized. Tissue culture is the propagation of a single Plus Power genotype. Standardization can only be achieved in this way.

Step 3: Organic Medical Agriculture

Last step of standardization – Harvesting standardized products with organic and strong active ingredient content.

In  order to cultivate the purified Plus Power plants, which have already been initially reproduced through the tissue culture, with strong active ingredient content and to enable the standardization of the contents we have set up culture fields according to the natural microclimate region in which the plant naturally thrives. Through the use of culture fields developed as a result of specialized scientific research for each specific plant, we cultivate organic and standardized products.