The Botanical Industry Is Growing, Make Sure Your Lab Is Too.
The Research - The initial research stage must be well-controlled and maintained for consistent scientific results.
The Cultivation - The growth and harvesting of the botanicals must also adhere to strict federal regulations to resist potential harms such as bacteria found in soil and many other dangers that may accost the botanical during the growing and harvesting process.
The Extraction - The extraction method must involve extreme care, not only for the integrity of the botanical elements, but also for the safety of the personnel involved.
The Completion - And finally, the manufacturing process requires an environment completely free of contamination and particulates to ensure end-product integrity.
Each step of the botanical, from start to finish, demands optimal safety and performance. Improved efficiency is constantly being explored through processes such as domestication and biochemical potentiation.
Ultimately, the success of the botanicals industry relies on the quality of the system that monitors the consistency of the process and the sanitation of the facility. Without efficient testing, controlled clinical trials and quality manufacturing processes, advancements in botanical research and usage will be halted.