Mixim labs, in its respect for nature, is interested in the conservation of over-exploited medicinal herbs. Though the process may be lengthy and costly, the benefits are tangible. For this reason, we established the Lab for Micropropagation, with the purpose of increasing the population of wild medicinal herbs, and in its domestication for human managed crops. Using this biotech tool, in the past years we have maintained the preservation of indigenous species under threat, through our careful crops in the field. Under such premise, we have managed to rescue important Mexican species such as the Mexican valerian.
Mixim owns an extensive specialized library for the continued research of technologies in processes and applications of medicinal and aromatic plants, as well as crop research.
A significant part of our operations is dedicated to research, which includes qualified personnel and properly geared facilities.
The continued relationship with various academic institutions in Mexico and the world, as well as membership in associations and organisms attuned to our activities, keeps us at the vanguard for new developments in botanical research.
This collection of knowledge and constant support, aids to support the products we make.
In addition to our research, we are well aware of our responsibility to maintain scientific standards, which is why Mixim has taken on the commitment to serve as editor of the Latin American Chemical Magazine. This publication supports researchers in Latin America and other regions.
At close to 70 years since its establishment, MIXIM remains committed to the principles with which it was founded.
“In the end, nature is unmatched”