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From Plant to Tincture - The Life of Poppy

From Plant to Tincture
(The Life of Poppy)

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Following the California Poppy from Plant to Tincture, gives you a behind-the-scenes look into the process of how our quality Natural Hope Herbals are carefully crafted and made into premium herbal products for you and your family.


 Growing & Harvest:

California Poppy growing in Pennsylvania gardens is harvested fresh and processed within hours. Most of our fresh herbs are grown on our organic farm. Other fresh herbs are sourced from local and regional wildcrafters and growers.
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Identification

 Correct identification and quality assessment are two of the most important steps after receiving herbs into the facility. This ensures you are getting the herb or combination of herbs listed on the label as well as a high quality product.
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Blending:

 Each herb extract has its own MMR (Master Manufacturing Record) that includes the specifics of the extraction process. Each herb is combined with a specific combination of distilled water, organic grain alcohol, vegetable glycerin and/or organic apple cider vinegar to best extract that particular herb’s properties. By blending the herbs we are able to get a large amount of herb into the extracting liquid. Most dry herbs are done at a 1:5 ratio and most fresh herbs at 1:2 or stronger. Herbs are carefully weighed and liquids are precisly measured for each batch, to create consistent products.

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Maceration

 Stainless steel vessels are used for the traditional extracting process of maceration. During maceration the blended herb steeps in the extracting liquid, known as the menstruum, for 2-6 weeks. Slow extraction creates a potent broad spectrum extract.

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Pressing:

 To squeeze the last drop of liquid goodness out of the herb a hydraulic press is used. Our tinctures and glycohols are strained to remove large particles, but not super strained, so you may notice fine sediment at the bottom of bottles. This sediment is typical of a full spectrum extract.


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Final Quality Testing:

All extracts are tested for bacteria, yeast, mold and E. coli / coliform before they are released for distribution.
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Bottling

 Extracts are bottled in amber glass bottles to protect the extract from light and sealed with a tamper evident seal to ensure you receive a quality extract. Every bottle is labeled with a specific batch number to ensure traceability of product to ingredients and vice versa.
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Final Product:
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 “Rooted in tradition, value and
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These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
All research information is provided for educational purposes only and as a courtesy to our customers and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professionals. ALWAYS consult with a physician regarding any health-related questions and/or concerns!

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