Medicinal Plants

CO2 Extraction of Medicinal Plants

To retain the positive attributes of plants grown in their normal habitat, we strive to extract from wildcrafted plants. Our final extracts have a high content of active bio components and at the same time preserve the character of the natural material. No syntheses or chemical reactions are employed in our process. We are extracting active ingredients obtained from different plants such as valerian, feverfew, chamomile or St. John’s wort, special colouring agents from tomato skins or blossoms, antioxidants from bark or broccoli seeds, lipophilic vitamins from bacillus subtilis or alpine plants. The unique variability of the parameters of the CO2 process means that these can be individually adapted to each task and the active substances can thus be extracted and fractioned as necessary. In this way, high concentrations of the active substances for natural beneficial purposes can be acquired after a single step and without harmful solvents.