What is GAP (Good Agriculture Practice)
GAP is the abbreviation of “Good Agriculture Practice of Medicinal plants which regulate the quality medicinal herbs. It regulates a whole set of controls at every stage of herbs development from the cological environment, to the culturing, raising, collection, storage, transporting, Packaging and quantitative administration.
The raw herb material is formed through different growing and production stage, Different germ, ecological environmental technology, and different harvesting times and processing methods can all influence the herbs output and quality. So, that there are quite a lot of risks from buying herbs from different sources in the market.