Equisalud is a leading laboratory in holistic phytotherapy and nutritional supplements. Headquartered in Huarte, Pamplona (Spain), the company was founded in 1989 by pharmacist/biologist Antonio Vega. Since its inception, Equisalud has developed a work method based on respect for nature, the study of the active ingredients present in plants, and on careful attention to quality control.
Quality control begins from the moment the raw materials reach the laboratory with the object being to guarantee that the extracts to be used in each product have the greatest efficacy possible. Analyses of ash and humidity, high pressure liquid chromatography and microbiology form part of the daily protocol at Equisalud. Similar controls are carried out on the final product, which are subjected to quarantine and to diverse sample analyses to ensure quality.
Throughout the production process, good manufacturing practices (GMP) are carefully followed, with specific controls being taken at critical steps along the manufacturing process. Our laboratory is equipped with pressure and filtration mechanisms which impede the introduction of molds and contaminated air. Testing to confirm asepsis is carried out various times daily. In this way, Equisalud guarantees that its products contain only the best that nature has to offer.
Key differences between Equisalud and its competitors
Currently, Equisalud has a vademecum of approximately 200 products distributed along different lines, in different formats: liquid extracts, cosmetics and herbal teas which are the products of ecological agriculture. The ultimate goal of Equisalud is to convert the beauty and strength of nature into products of health and well-being, taking utmost care to respect natural order. We carefully blend the best of nature into each and every one of our products.
About Equisalud: EQUISALUD: Natural Wellness
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or contact us on: M +61 406 604 462
All proceeds from the sale of these products will go to aid the work of the Charity.