Tasly has the world’s largest proprietary automatic dripping pill and packaging production line, which meets international standards, including global digital control and digital analysis of key process parameters. This production line features industry-leading intensive web-based control, high-speed operation, precision pill counting, label attachment, real-time automatic online imprint monitoring, and automated incompliant product detection and removal. The entire line, which is controlled by computers and digitally operated with convenient and vivid parameter adjustment, may run automatically from feeding to finished product collection without any manual intervention. This state-of-art, high technological dripping pill production line ensures the high quality of Tasly dripping pill and drug equality from batch to batch.
In 2010, Dantonic® became the first herbal medicine derived compound to complete an FDA Phase II clinical trial with promising data.
Tasly is proud to be one of the few manufacturing companies in the world to earn accreditations. Tasly believes that the more safety and quality documentation that we can provide, the more confidence medical professionals and consumers will have that we have the best health and wellness products in the industry.
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
The practices required to conform to guidelines recommended by agencies that control the authorization and licensing for manufacture and sale of food, drug products, and active pharmaceutical products.
Good Agricultural Practice (GAP)
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) uses good agricultural practice as a collection of principles to apply for on-farm production and post-production processes, resulting in safe and healthy food. Tasly uses GAP in medicinal plant production control standards and procedures, mainly to ensure raw material concentration, quality, uniformity, and stability. Even though GAP is a general principle, the specific needs of each ingredient have their own Standard Operation Practice (SOP) by Tasly.
Good Extracting Practice (GEP)
Covers extraction, condensation, chromatography, crystallization, filtration, drying, etc. Following strict GEP rule is of extreme importance, not only to the influence and stability of the medicine’s quality, but also to the improvement of its healing effect.
Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)
In the experimental (non-clinical) research arena, GLP specifically refers to a quality system of management controls for research laboratories and organizations to try to ensure the uniformity, consistency, reliability, reproducibility, and quality of their laboratories.