Production process

At any stage of the Labiotre production process, the extract is maintained at low temperatures in order to prevent altering the organoleptic properties and functions.

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Production process

At any stage of the Labiotre production process, the extract is maintained at low temperatures in order to prevent altering the organoleptic properties and functions.

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Extraction


The extraction process adopted by Labiotre makes it possible to extract the active ingredients of the drug in minimal time leaving the constituents of the phytocomplex, originally contained in the plant, unaltered and balanced.

Labiotre uses only the following extraction solvents for food use: water, ethanol, propylene glycol, glycerin, vegetable oils.

Concentration


The concentration of the extract with recovery of the solvent is carried out in a vacuum, which allows to considerably reduce production times.

Drying


The step of drying is done by a unique method which, thanks to a specific method of granulation, leads to the obtainment of FFLG (Free Flowing Labiotre Granules), consisting of granules of size almost uniform with the following characteristics:

Free flowing powder Achievement of capsules and tablets of uniform weight and hardness, minimal loss and greater productivity during the production phase of oral solids.
Dissolution rate It is much higher than conventional extracts dried powder. This is reflected in a higher availability and a better kinetic of the active extract.
Elegant appearance In orosoluble or soluble sachets is almost absent a dust formation upon opening of the pack.
Possibility of coating The granular extract can also be coated with a suitable agent for the production of release granules or resistant to specific pH.

Extraction


The extraction process adopted by Labiotre makes it possible to extract the active ingredients of the drug in minimal time leaving the constituents of the phytocomplex, originally contained in the plant, unaltered and balanced.

Labiotre uses only the following extraction solvents for food use: water, ethanol, propylene glycol, glycerin, vegetable oils.

Concentration


The concentration of the extract with recovery of the solvent is carried out in a vacuum, which allows to considerably reduce production times.

Drying


The step of drying is done by a unique method which, thanks to a specific method of granulation, leads to the obtainment of FFLG (Free Flowing Labiotre Granules), consisting of granules of size almost uniform with the following characteristics:

Free flowing powder Achievement of capsules and tablets of uniform weight and hardness, minimal loss and greater productivity during the production phase of oral solids.
Dissolution rate It is much higher than conventional extracts dried powder. This is reflected in a higher availability and a better kinetic of the active extract.
Elegant appearance In orosoluble or soluble sachets is almost absent a dust formation upon opening of the pack.
Possibility of coating The granular extract can also be coated with a suitable agent for the production of release granules or resistant to specific pH.