The HDR® method , is our innovative, effective and tested method of processing Aloe, protected by trade secrets.
It was born by sacrificing, in countless attempts, hundreds and hundreds of liters of Aloe.
For years we have been stubborn in finding a method that would allow us to eliminate the unwanted parts and at the same time keep all the more than 300 pharmaceutical elements present in the entire Aloe arborescens leaf and not only in the internal gel.
The cuticle, external part of the leaf, contains a huge percentage of active ingredients with anti-inflammatory characteristics. We could not leave this very high therapeutic potential unused.
The study on the method of processing the leaf of Aloe arborescens it went on for a very long time without bringing the desired results.
We really tried them all, we were giving up until, one day during a friendly chat with an inventor friend, an expert in building equipment to make life easier for farmers, unbeknownst to him, he managed to pull the rabbit out of the hat.
He talked to us about the development of some details for the construction of a new machine that would revolutionize the way of harvesting olives, when at a certain point he made us turn on the light bulb.
The crux was all there, in one simple move, changing that phase of our manufacturing process would have been the probable epochal turning point.
Although we were put off by the hundreds of attempts that went up in smoke, we decided that trying would hardly be the end of the world.
What we set out to be the last attempt paid off.
Thanks to that modification we were finally able to obtain an extract of Aloe arborescens in liquid form deriving from “the whole leaf”. In practice, a method of cold processing of the plant without the loss of any active ingredient, a method covered by industrial secrecy, and which we have renamed HDR® METHOD .
After identifying the perfect processing method, we had the road paved in front of us in the creation of numerous formulations to create what are our products today, based on aloe arborescens and carrot .