AT THE FOREFRONT OF THE NATURAL PRODUCTS INDUSTRY SINCE 1999
Natural Immunogenics’ team has grown to include experienced scientists, engineers, medical doctors, and regulatory and legal counsel, among other specialties. Our research and development remains focused in the colloidal chemistry arena since we pioneered an unprecedented form of colloidal silver in 1999. This evolution, which we have continued to improve upon over the years, allows us to deliver a range of high quality mineral hydrosol products.
Our experts help us rapidly adapt to the ever-changing international regulatory environment, allowing us to maintain our leadership position in the market. This requires significant investment, and regulations become increasingly difficult for small businesses to afford.
Whereas industry standards are limited to testing in process and releasing finished products, Natural Immunogenics goes above and beyond this requirement. We have built alliances with leaders in colloidal, electrochemical and nanomaterial sciences, both nationally and internationally, to corroborate findings in our own state-of-the-art laboratories and collaborate in research and policy dialogues. Our knowledge, research and keeping abreast of the latest scientific findings are to the benefit of our products and our clientele.
Although US regulatory laws do not allow us to publish the results obtained from our product safety and efficacy evaluations, we continually test these and other parameters. Our promise is to always provide the highest quality products, sacrificing nothing in the process.
Natural Immunogenics Corp. is certified by NSF-International under Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
Natural Immunogenics Corp. is an affiliated member of University of Florida’s Research Service Centers (UF-RSC) at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. This affiliation expands NIC’s research capability to atomic level, thanks to RSC’s FEI Themis Z S/TEM with < 80 pm resolution. Other capabilities NIC uses at RSC includes X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Dynamic Light Scattering.