Recognized as a country rich in biodiversity. Indonesia offers many plant species to be cultivated as medicine and nutrition. As such, the herbal tradition has been developed by our ancestors for generations to treat and prevent diseases under the classification of Jamu. Indonesian herbs have since been cultivated over generations and proved to possess disease-preventing and disease-treating characteristics.

The plants possess a multitude of secondary metabolics which provide valuable starting materials  for pharmaceutical and nutraceutical development. We utilize these biodiversified materials to develop new medicines and nutraceuticals.

We ensure the quality of herbal sources from selected key areas in Indonesia supported by a wide network of plantations to provide medicinal plants with high quality. These efforts are also supported by techniques of plant cells and tissue cultures.