Our herbs come from all over the world and have been used medicinally for thousands of years. They are responsibly and sustainably grown, cultivated and imported.
We only use and work with suppliers who gather oils, butters, waxes, minerals and essential oils that have been responsibly and sustainably grown. Everything is 100% natural, NON GMO and Gluten Free.
Our manufacturing facility and our products are registered with the FDA. Every stage of our production is recorded and calibrated and our end-line production is automated to ensure consistency with every product.
All of our herbs are lot tracked and tested for microbes and heavy metals (such as Arsenic, Lead, Mercury, and Cadmium), as well as for over 60 pesticide residues, including DDT and BHC.
Below please find information about our ingredients, suppliers, third-party lab testing process and allergen information.
About Our Ingredients
As a priority, the Alchemist Collection has established relationships with some of the world’s most responsible suppliers. The Chinese herbs we use are lab tested for microbes, heavy metals and poisons. Our herbalists are trained in identification and quality assurance. Our western herbal ingredients are typically certified organic and/or wildcrafted.
Our products do not contain soy or gluten. However, some of our products do contain the herb TAO REN (Peach Kernel). Although Tao Ren, is not commonly eaten as a “nut”, it is believed to be from a species of trees that could potentially trigger a reaction in people with nut allergies. Individuals allergic to nuts should use caution with the following products to avoid food sensitivities or allergic reactions:
Tamanu oil, a treatment long used in Polynesia and Southeast Asia for the improvement of hair and skin, is sometimes used on the face or elsewhere on the body for conditions such as acne, psoriasis, and scarring. Tamanu oil is extracted from laurelwood nuts that come from a large tropical tree called Calophyllum inophyllum. Other parts of the tree (such as the leaves, root bark, and twigs) are also sometimes used as medicine. Individuals allergic to nuts should use caution with the following products to avoid food sensitivities or allergic reactions: