Extract's laboratory performs traditional, physicochemical and analytical techniques to ensure the quality of its products in accordance with European and American standards of the Pharmacopoeia, as well as the Food Chemicals Codex (FCC).

Each of our products is supplied with its specification sheet, MSDS, form A of the certificate of origin for Europe, the DR-CAFTA certificate of origin for the United States, TLC of the certificate of origin for Mexico and a kosher certificate.

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Known as the Queen of Spices, with a unique flavor, sweet and at the same time, spicy, fruity, warm and balsamic and slightly camphor. With an intense aroma, cardamom has been used since ancient times for herbal medicine and perfumery, although its use in gastronomy and confectionery is also common.

The plantations are situated at an altitude ranging from 2,000 to 4,000 feet where the soil is quite humid. Harvest time is from September to March.

It is the second most expensive spice, after Saffron.

Vegetable Oil are extractions of vegetable fats that generally contain vitamins A, B, C, E and Omegas 3, 6, 9 and microelements that are very beneficial to combat free radicals that cause premature aging of the skin.

Vegetable oils are also called in Aromatherapy as Base Oils or Carrier Oils since essential oils, which are concentrated, can be added to them to be able to apply them on the skin.

They are extracted from the seeds through the cold pressing system and the Extract line is made of virgin oils without any hydrogenation process or preservatives.

Essential oils are volatile aromatic substances, extracted by steam distillation. They contain the characteristic aroma of the leaves, seeds, roots, fruits, flowers or barks from which they are extracted.

They are used in perfumery, aromatherapy, cosmetics, incense, food, condiments, and beverages. They are also used in cleaning products, in medicines and natural medicine.

Oleoresin are semi-solid extracts, from plants, formed by resin dissolved in essential oil, extracted with solvents. Natural oleoresins are known as balms.

They are heavier, less volatile and lipophilic compounds, like resins.

Contain a greater portion of colors, waxes, and other plant components than are extracted, so the aroma is highly concentrated and more faithful to the plant's natural.

The extraction process is through the use of solvents. Because traces of the solvent may remain, they are only used for natural perfumery.

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