The Crinum latifolium used in Crila Health products is organically grown on Dr. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tram's family-owned land. Dr. Tram spent years researching how weather, soil conditions, water, and climate affected her proprietary Crinum latifolium cultivar. She used that understanding to inform the location of her plantations.

Her first plantation is located on land that has been used to grow herbal medicines for generations. Her newest plantation, which was needed to meet the growing international demand for Crila®, is also located in an area strictly reserved for organic farming. These plantations are ideal for cultivating her proprietary Crinum latifolium cultivar. Both the cultivar and the land are optimal for producing the key alkaloid and flavonoid concentrations that support both women’s and men’s health.*

Valuing your health and the health of our employees, our Company honors organic farming practices. Before purchasing the Crila® land, Dr. Tram had the soil and water tested by the Pasteur Institute and the Ministry of Agriculture. Pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers are never (and never have been) used on our land, and we use only natural fertilizer from organically raised cattle.

 

Painstaking Care Yields Consistent Efficacy

Dr. Tram’s farmers cultivate and tend the Crinum plants by hand. The plants are grown for several years to allow for full biological maturity and alkaloid concentration. The herb is hand-harvested, each leaf visually inspected and sorted for quality. An eight-step process of inspection and washing prepares the leaves for natural sun drying.

This painstaking ingredient care results in superior product quality. Every batch of Crila® is tested three times to confirm purity and quality—at our certified in-house laboratory, by an independent Vietnamese Ministry of Health laboratory, and by an independent American laboratory. This ensures that our customers experience consistent quality and efficacy. 

Plantation

The plantation was chosen according to strict criteria including weather, soil conditions, water, proximity to the ocean and the fact that for generations prior, it had been used for farming organic herbal medicines. 

Good Manufacturing Practice

  • (GMP), as issued by the World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Good Agriculture and Collection Practice (GACP)
  • Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)
  • Good Storage Practice (GSP)

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