The manufacturing plant and process exceeds all Australian and European standards in the production of pharmaceutical and medicinal products. This stamp of quality provides consumers with confidence when buying a quality product, which they can be assured, poses no adverse health effects.
Pharmaceutical Grade Manufacturing
Y Not Natural’s Emu oil is processed at a world standard pharmaceautical rendering plant registered with the Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA) and HACCP (HACCP Australia Food Safety Accreditation.) These are the highest recognized endorsements for food safety excellence. This endorsement offers assurance of the products suitability for use within a HACCP-based food safety programs and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice)certifications.
Most manufacturers of natural products over process the ingredients at high temperatures along with chemicals, which remove the vital components and essential benefits.
Y Not Natural leaves this ancient synergy in its natural form and intact during the rendering process with none of the essential elements removed and nothing added. This is a big undertaking as this type of processing is very hard to do. Very few manufacturing facilities have this know-how and capacity to produce the Emu Oil in this pure way.
The Typical Way of Manufacturing in other parts of the world –
From the typical chemist’s practices in other parts of the world, the Emu Oil is manufactured so it is ‘triple refined’ or ‘super refined.’ This is processing the Emu Oil as if it were a crude oil so the outcome is a “clean” nice looking oil that is transparent. This is a molecular destructive process which strips out the turbid parts of the oil and only achieves an irreversible result as the oil is stripped from its most functional components. It is “dead” in bioactive terms and not worth paying a premium for, as it is just another oil manufactured to an industrial standard.
It took nature millions of years to “assemble” Emu oil and make it the powerful, beneficial substance it is, why would anyone in their sane mind try to undo this by trying to make it look “nice”? Why then bother using Emu oil at all?
The plant is licensed by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (License Number MI-2012-LI-00060-3). This license authorizes the manufacture of listed and registered medicinal products (excluding medical devices), with multiple manufacturing steps for multiple product classifications.