The patented cultivation technique for Antrodia Cinnamomea, using strains registered with NCBI, has successfully yielded individual strains of red and white Antrodia Cinnamomea. This achievement forms the basis of our patent. Utilizing a biopharmaceutical research and development platform, we extract beneficial components from plants using unique patented techniques. Through scientific validation, we ensure that our products achieve optimal functionality. Throughout the entire product development process, from research and development, raw material procurement, and technological application, to production, we have achieved seamless integration. To ensure the safety of the process and products, we adhere to the standards of HACCP and ISO22000, maintaining strict quality control throughout.
Through registration with the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), we have successfully cultivated individual strains of red and white Antrodia Cinnamomea. Following special genetic sequencing, these two strains have been accepted and assigned the following identification numbers in the U.S. gene database (NCBI):
- Red Antrodia Cinnamomea Strain: JQ945230.1
- White Antrodia Cinnamomea Strain: JQ945231.1
Additionally, our patented cultivation method has been recognized with the Taiwan Invention Patent Number I439543 and the Chinese Invention Patent Certificate Number 1730245.
The Amoectochilus Blume is a plant belonging to the Orchidaceae family. Its natural habitat is within broadleaf forests at an altitude of 1,500 meters. Through the tissue culture technique utilized by PRO SUNFUN, we have successfully created aseptic conditions indoors, cultivating Goldthread seedlings to a height of 4-5 centimeters and developing robust root systems. Subsequently, after the acclimatization process, these plants are transferred outdoors for further cultivation.
Similarly, the cultivation technique for Cordyceps militaris, also known as Northern Worm Grass, involves the use of tissue culture methods. This method cultivates Cordyceps militaris in indoor environments. In the first week, it is utilized for cultivating the strains, and within approximately 3 months, the harvest of Cordyceps militaris fruiting bodies can be conducted. This modernized cultivation approach contributes to ensuring the quality and sustainability of the product.
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