From the PHYTODRY concept today comes the PHYTODRY MD, a line dedicated to the world of medical devices. 

amitahc has developed the PHYTODRY line, totally natural botanically derived ingredients, cultivated using innovative and sustainable technologies and consequently characterised into derivatives that can be used for a global Health Care approach.

The benefits of growing medicinal herbs in vertical agriculture, hydroponics or from stem cells in bioreactors are numerous, as they improve production in terms of quality, quantity and sustainability. Offering to the pharmaceutical industry a product free of any contamination, ensuring a sustainable approach that respects the resources of Planet Earth.

Safety

Pesticides & herbicides free

Heavy metals control

Traceable supply chain

 

Tailored approach

Algorithm-controlled growth parameters:

temperature, humidity, water and nutrients, light, hours

 

 

Sustainability

Renewable sources of energy

-75% / -90% of soil needed

-60% / -95% of water used

 

PHYTODRY MD Line: dedicated to the world of medical devices

Rockrose

Cistus incanus

Cistus species have long been used as remedies in traditional folk medicines of different populations around the world.

One of the most dominant shrubs in the Mediterranean region is the Cistus incanus, also known as rockrose.

The crude extracts and essential oils of these herbs have been traditionally considered effective against wounds and skin diseases

Burdock

Arctium lappa

Burdock is a Eurasian species of plants in the family Asteraceae.

In the antique Chinese and Indian medical traditions, local doctors considered Actium lappa as a remedy for infections for pharynges and lungs.

The traditional use includes comminuted herbal substance as herbal tea for oral use and herbal preparations in solid or liquid dosage forms for oral use.

Dark Mullein

Verbascum nigrum L. (Scrophulariaceae)

Dark Mullein is a short-lived perennial herbaceous plant widespread in dry areas of temperate Europe. 

Mullein flowers, usually prepared as a tea, are widely used in folk medicine for the treatment of kidney diseases and various respiratory complaints.

The action is linked to ability to swell in water and form viscous dispersions with a mechanical/osmotic action.

Common comfrey

Symphytum officinale L.

Symphytum officinale is a perennial European flowering plant in the family Boraginaceae.

In folklore, Symphytum officinale roots were used in traditional medicine orally, as an herbal tea or tincture, or topically, as ointment or compresses for treatment of various disorders, including commonly as a treatment for reducing the pain of osteoarthritis.

The traditional use includes a herbal tea for oral use and herbal preparations in semi-solid dosage forms for cutaneous use.

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Via Como 45/47, Solaro (Milano) 20033

PHARMACEUTICAL DIVISION

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Phone: +39 02 96798808

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