Herbal medicine has been used for thousands of years. It is estimated that >80% of the world population rely on traditional herbal medicine for primary health care.
Plants and many of their secondary metabolites have been in traditional use throughout the world since ancient times because of the healing properties. They provide us with diverse bioactive phytochemicals which play synergetic role in maintaining human health. The development of clinical products from Phyto-compounds is a trending approach to look for eco-friendly therapeutic molecules. More than 50% of drugs used in developed nations are derived from plants or their constituents.
Many Himalayan tribes have fought snow storms in olden days using a combination of herbs known in Siddha and Ayurveda. They predicted snow storms two to three days ahead and had sipped a decoction / tea like drink twice a day for two days. They warded off Flu, colds and viral pneumonias with that for whole season. Over the last century, variations of these herbs in different dosage forms were successfully tried against emerging viruses such as Dengue and Chikungunya along with Swine flu and avian flu.
Garudi is natural antipyretic quality helps in all kinds of viral fevers. it is a natural anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic, & is the best natural way for balancing the overall immune system
Zero congest is Ayurvedic botanical blend, helps in Balancing of Kapha, Gives relief from sinus & nasal congestion with steam inhalation
When we talk about “Ayurveda” we have to recall old theories and principles of Ancient system adopted by Acharya ‘s by telling the ailment they were suffering by just reading their pulse. As the time passes new standards to Ayurveda are given with modern techniques of manufacturing and quality control production.
It is been our endeavour to provide and bring the best Human Health care Medicine. The basic principles of Ayurveda based on three DOSHA theory “VAATA”, “PITTA” & “KAPPA”. “Ayurveda” an age old Science the principle for better life which is known as “Science of life”.