“A clean conscious is the only way to live. I wanted to sleep at night with a clean conscious by sharing the purest more potent herbal medicine on the planet I sleep like a baby. ” Founder Cathy Margolin
Who We Are
Founder, Cathy Margolin, has been committed to Complementary Medicine for over 30 years. She is a nationally certified and California board certified Acupuncturist and licensed herbalist. She has a masters degree in Oriental Medicine from Emperors College in Santa Monica, CA, where she graduated Cum Laude. Cathy has two undergraduate degrees from Southern Methodist Univ. (SMU) in Dallas, Texas.
Where We Are
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Products are distributed nationally through health practitioner distributors. Retail outlets listings are updated periodically and can be found here.
More on Why We Are
While raising children and coping with family and friends health challenges Cathy became discouraged with Western medicine’s lack of preventative care. Out of frustration, she turned to Alternative and Complementary Medicine, such as herbs, acupuncture, and healthy foods after witnessing the healing powers in these modalities.
To turn her vision of bringing health and wellness through Complementary Herbal Medicine to the general public she has researched extensively the manufacturing and raw material sourcing of herbal products.
After an incredible trip to China and Taiwan for the sole purpose of researching herbal pharmaceutical manufacturers, Pacific Herbs began.
Sourcing only the highest quality raw materials which are processed in a state-of-the-art pharmaceutical factory. Pacific Herbs products are the most potent on the market because the manufacturing facility has the most advanced equipment to cook and process raw herbs.
The scientists and researchers in our facility have produced several patented technologies and have acquired the most sophisticated equipment to test raw herbs for pesticides and other contaminants.
Our manufacture KPC is under strict (cGMP) Current Good Manufacturing Process standards, the gold standard for pharmaceutical-grade herbal supplements. (More on KPC below)
What We Are
We are the best of Chinese herbal medicine in the modern world. We didn’t create the formulas for our products they are Chinese herb formulas that have been used for over one thousand years.
Continual usage of herbs happens over centuries only when the herbal formulas really work. We did not re-invent the wheel, Pacific Herbs only re-packaged it. Half the planet uses herbal medicine and millions of people use these same Traditional Chinese Herbal formulas, many written down over a thousand years ago, daily.
Do you have doubts about Chinese herbal safety?
If you have any doubts about the safety and efficacy of Chinese herbal medicine you’re in the right place. Read our blog, follow the links to the studies. Look at Pubmed.com and search Chinese herbs.
Hundreds of thousands of clinical studies prove the effectiveness of Traditional Chinese herbal medicine. We didn’t create the formulas for our products Everything about Pacific herbs is quality first, purity and potency guaranteed.
Our manufacturer is known worldwide for their exceptional quality and safety record. Four-year expiration dates and lot numbers to trace all the herbs in each formula are stamped on our products.
Every packet has a lot number and expiration date from our pharmaceutical factory. Customer service?? The best around, call us, we will happily provide a free consultation.
Pacific Herbs products are the newest “Packet” packaging on the market. You save money because our products have twice the active herbal ingredients of those sold in capsules because our concentration ratio is higher and we don’t add fillers. Our herb packets are individually sealed, always fresh and convenient to carry with you. The best part of Pacific Herbs is not just the convenience, the superior strength but the fact that they work. We guarantee it or your money back.
Why are we completely transparent? Because Kaiser Pharmaceutical Company has been a world leader (KPC) since the 1970s. KPC has utilized the most modern and state-of-the-art herbal manufacturing techniques to bring out the essence of Traditional Chinese Medicine herbs.
By applying the latest developments in technology to innovative processing equipment, KP produces world-class herbal extracts without departing from the natural, time-tested processing methods to TCM.
To assure the highest standard of quality for its products, KP’s herbs are rigorously tested in precision laboratories using precisely controlled inspections.
Unwanted contaminants such as heavy metals, microorganisms, and residual pesticides are not acceptable in any of KP’s Chinese herb formulas. KP prides itself on the most modern manufacturing, to guarantee safety, quality and potency in all the products they deliver.
Take a virtual tour of our factory! Watch this 3-minute video. The technology is truly shocking!
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