Even more possibilities
We possess modern laboratories equipped with state-of-the-art analytical facilities, as well as units enabling the production of first testing parts of medical products. Due to this fact, we are able to work out new active formulas and assess their therapeutical usefulness in lab conditions. It is noteworthy that the subsequent production of preparations is held according to the highest standards required for medicine production – in compliance with GMP standards.
This is an innovative solution which consists in surfacing small particles of one substance with another substance possessing different physical and chemical properties. As a result, a microcapsule (the size of one to a few hundred micrometres), which is a microscopic amount of an active substance closed in a special, most frequetly longer-lasting case, is formed. The process of microencapsulation is used most frequently to increase the durability of various compounds by insulating them from harmful external factors. Depending on needs, solid, liquid or even gaseous molecules can be subject to microencapsulation. It is a modern technology which can be used successfully, for example, in the production of foodstuffs or medical preparations.
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) represents the highest possible production standards required, for instance, in medicine production. Thanks to its clearly defined production rules and strict supervision of the entire process, GMP ensures maximum control of the product quality and the original source of ingredients. It also guarantees purity of ingredients and components used in production, as well as the high quality of the final product. GMP standards were worked out mainly for the pharmaceutical industry, but nowadays they are also used in the production of cosmetics and foodstuffs.
Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS)
GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) is a certificate issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirming that all ingredients and compounds used in the production of medical preparations are recognized as safe for human health, which has been substantiated by scientific research. The first list of substances recognized as safe dates back as early as 1958.