Turmeric, and its naturally derived constituent curcuminoids, only grows in tropical climates.
Turmeric is harvested every six months. Fields are fallow or rotated with other crops intermittently for soil health.
Turmeric “hands” are processed into a variety of constituents through a complex string of extraction processes, creating clinically backed efficacious ingredients.
Exclusive agreements with farmers ensure not only consistent supply chains, but a quality, sustainable livelihood for farmers. Here, the earth is tilled and readied for planting coleus forskohlii, the roots of which are processed for weight management ingredient ForsLean®.
Relationships. The ability to sustain quality supply chains is all about relationships with local municipalities, the farmers themselves, and respect for traditional practices.