It's Ok To Be Vain
It's Ok To Be Vain
Science Meets Nature
ParActin® is a safe, unique, standardized, patented (US 8,084,495 B2), science-tested, sustainably harvested, proprietary nutraceutical.

WELCOME TO PARACTIN®

Andrographis paniculata

ParActin® is a safe, unique, standardized, patented, rigorously science-proven, proprietary nutraceutical. The anti-inflammatory benefits of ParActin® come from the standardized herbal extract, Andrographis paniculata which is sustainably harvested in India, China and Southeastern Asia. ParActin® is a registered trademark of HP Ingredients located in Sarasota, Florida, USA.

PARACTIN®:
Clinically-proven Health Benefits
Sustainably harvested in India, China and Southeast Asia
Proprietary Extraction Processes
US Patent

“The scientific community is now recognizing decades of our research and development showing that ParActin® with its andrographolides have great potential to be the next new class of anti-inflammatory agents”.

 

-Annie Eng, Founder & CEO/President of HP Ingredients

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Annie Eng CEO, President

Clinically Proven

ParActin® is a safe, unique, standardized, patented, rigorously science-proven, proprietary nutraceutical. The anti-inflammatory benefits of ParActin® come from the standardized herbal extract, Andrographis paniculata which is sustainably harvested in India, China and Southeastern Asia. ParActin® is a registered trademark of HP Ingredients located in Sarasota, Florida, USA.

GREEN PHILOSOPHY & SUSTAINABILITY

HP ingredients is committed to the health and sustainability of the indigenous peoples. We source our organic and sustainably wild-harvested raw materials from organic farms in India and the Calabrian hills in Italy, the Orang Asli in the Malayasian rainforests, and the Mapuche Indians in Chilean Patagonia.

We work with governments such as the Government of Malaysia to prevent exploitation of the indigenous peoples who are responsible for sustainably harvesting the herbs, by requiring licenses to harvest the particular herb. Only the indigenous populace can harvest the herb, because they do it sustainably.