When Treasure of the East needed a way to provide custom formulas made from their products, they reached out to us.
China Herb is proud to partner with them.
Why do we love this company? It’s all about Quality
From raw material to the final product, Tianjiang’s state of the art full spectrum extraction methods preserve flavor, increase solubility, and deliver consistently high-quality herbal extracts. Cutting edge production technology is fully automated and backed by 30 patents across the manufacturing process. Tianjiang uses hundreds of thin-layer chromatography (TLC) botanical identification standards to verify authenticity with absolute certainty.
All the herbs and medicinals are processed using correct Once procured and authenticated, raw herbs are cleaned and prepared according to traditional Pao Zhi practices.
Using only purified water, they use a two-step extraction that captures botanical constituents and essential oils without using solvents like alcohol, acetone, or hexane.
After the herbs are spray dried, the essential oils are reintroduced, and the final step is granulation. Certificates of Analysis are available for every batch.
We appreciate regional wines for their terroir- how they develop flavors and characteristics of the land in which they are grown. Herbs also develop their botanical, chemical, and medical attributes based on growing them in the most auspicious regions. Herbs, like wine, are of a place.
A key reason we love Treasure of the East granules is their emphasis on creating relationships with farmers who safely grow the herbs in their dao di regions. With over 300 farms, as well as sustainably wild-crafted harvesting that spans 22 Chinese provinces. Tianjiang owns 66 farms that produce their herbs.
They carefully test the soil and the herbs from multiple farms in dao di regions, targeting the highest concentrations of medicine and the lowest concentrations of pollutants.
They focus on sustainability: since 2016, Tianjiang has strictly adhered to the convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora (cites). That means they never use endangered species like tiger bone or rhino horn. There are five species of protected plants in our catalog that Tianjiang procures from sustainably farmed sources: tian ma, bai ji, yun mu xiang, sha shen (bei), and rou cong rong. Because Tianjiang purchases directly from the farmers, not from the bulk herb market, we are able to obtain certification from cites, confirming that the herbs come from sustainable sources.
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