As always, man has a choice between mediocrity and excellence… the driving factor being his level of awareness. But when it comes to choosing plants and foodstuff intended to maintain health resources, just choosing the easiest method may fall short. Hence Holistica has imposed the highest quality standards for raw material selection.

The art of Phyto-nutrition may be compared with good wine production: the same variety of grape does not give the same quality of wine, owing to differences in the ground or soil, and to different light exposure. The same is true for herbal extracts. Holistica endeavours to offer only the best vintages, the best quality.

The vitamins, minerals and trace elements in the different Holistica nutritional complements exclusively originate from herbal extracts, fruit extracts or natural sources, free from any recourse to synthetic vitamins and nutrients which, although cheaper, will fail to meet the form and structure of vitamins and nutrients naturally found in fruit and vegetables of their natural surroundings, with their precious, necessary co-factors to the assimilation process. Furthermore, the latest advances in quantic physics show that memory is indeed present in living structures. This may soon deeply change our understanding of the mechanisms of life and health.

These advances push us further towards a preference for substances of natural origin rather than synthetic vitamins and minerals. In fact, a large number of vitamins and nutrients distributed in France and throughout the world are artificial products of synthetic chemistry. In order to identify them, one only has to read the ingredients on the labels (not to be confused with the analytical composition) to see whether a given vitamin is mentioned alone, or if its natural origin is claimed.

The same confusion may occur between Vanilline, which is an artificial flavouring of very little comparison with an authentic vanilla extract. Therefore we advise you to very carefully compare plant-based nutritional complements and closely read the list of ingredients, on the one hand (to locate artificial nutrients, if any, and the product's analytical composition), on the other, which, as its name suggests, shows the analytical data of the entire complex: you will note the variety of different families of additional nutrients.
This is where you will find relevant differences in quality.