Our company offers a wide selection of venoms that are produced in our laboratories or in collaboration with other institutions where production techniques, respect for the animal and product quality are consistent with our standards.

Venoms produced in our laboratories are frozen at very low temperatures, freeze-dried and stored at -18 C. Our production process ensures a product of excellent quality.

The determination of species is guaranteed, as well as the origin of animals when it is known. Traceability is one of our major commitments. In most cases, it is possible to trace the route of the venom from its extraction to its distribution. Animals are numbered and stored beyond their death.

The products offered and distributed in collaboration with other laboratories offer similar guarantees.

Different partners carry out the purification of toxins.

For more information or requests, please contact us by mail:, we will review your request as soon as possible.

Every day, especially during harvesting, transport and venom milking, particular attention is given to respect for the animal. The samples are collected from animals in perfect health, showing no sign of disease or weakness and feeding spontaneously.

In some species, electrical stimulation is used for venom extraction. These pulses are of low intensity, they are not harmful to animals and do not affect the quality of venom.

The animals are mostly kept in individual boxes. A particularly strict hygiene is observed. The animals are qualitatively and quantitatively fed according to their needs. Much attention is paid to the health status of each specimen.

Veterinary checks are conducted regularly by an independent agency. We also conduct regular quality checks on the venom that we produce. Our facilities are subject to the same controls. Thus, thanks to our discipline, we can ensure both a perfect state of health of our animals and a perfect hygiene of our infrastructures resulting in high quality products.

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