Vegetable Farm

The body recognizes food better than synthetic vitamins, at Jade Temple Healing we use Standard Process, a professional line of food-based nutritional supplements to miraculously unlock our patients’ natural healing abilities. 

STANDARD PROCESS

Since 1929, Standard Process has been dedicated to the field of nutritional supplements and the whole food philosophy introduced by Dr. Royal Lee. Dr. Lee’s goal was to provide nutrients as they are found in nature—in a whole food state where he believed their natural potency and efficacy would be realized.

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Quality 

At Standard Process a team of scientists, composed of highly trained and degreed microbiologists and chemists, work meticulously to guarantee customers receive the highest-quality products. There quality control unit ensures label claims are met and testing is performed after critical stages of production to confirm our products are free of bacterial contamination.

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Organic Farm Land

Standard Process grows their food in the Kettle Moraine basin of Wisconsin. The 625 acer land contains nutrient-rich soil which harvests millions of pounds of organic vegetables per year. Nature has provided the foundation, and using organic farming practices to ensure that the quality of farmland is maintained for years to come. 

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Manufacturing 

At Standard Process the key to the highest quality ingredients is the manufacturing process. Because preserving the whole food complex is a top priority when manufacturing, the finished product takes an average of six weeks. Throughout the process, raw materials are handled in a carefully controlled environment and tested for quality.  

Whole Food Supplements

Standard Process start with whole foods—foods you might find in the grocery store, like peas, radishes, and beets. Then, like any good cook, these ingredients are prepared in a way that safeguards their nutritional value. The resulting whole food ingredient is then added to a complex formula that may include whole food extracts; animal tissue extracts and concentrates; botanicals; whole food isolates; and synthetic ingredients as required to meet high formula standards. 


“The best sources of vitamins and minerals are found in whole foods.”
—Dr. Royal Lee