has always been committed and dedicated to serve the best quality products that are safe as well as effective. We consistently meet the specific quality requirement of our buyers and to ensure this, we keep updating the latest testing instruments and follow the latest testing methods. Aditya Mediherbs practices, Total Quality Management (TQM) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) , thus ensuring that our products are in quality. The company has been awarded with ISO 9001:2008 Certificate
. The company also has a professional management team specially assigned in supervising quality control besides the QA staff.
Our Rapidly growing marketing standing and extensive modernization of our machinery and equipments that include all state of the art latest machineries which follow GMP standard. Our Strength leads in Atomization and we believe in delivering the best to our clients.
- To bring Indian ancient heritage to Global markets
- To utilize modern innovative technologies and incorporate good manufacturing practice (GMP) standards for product development and manufacturing.
- To follow Total Quality Management (TQM)
- To provide sustained satisfaction to all the consumers, employees and stakeholders.
- To cater the needs of customers by delivering world class premium quality
Herbal healthcare and personal care products.
- To take Ayurveda at a global level and establish ourselves as the best in the field.
- To provide standard Ayurvedic formulations using cutting edge technology in providing concept to complete solution.
We affirm our values of Integrity, Leadership, Quality, Innovation, Performance, Teamwork, Customer Focus & Delight, Respect for People and the Community.
Our Accreditation and Certification
- Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) under Schedule T of The Drugs And Cosmetics Act,
1940 And Rules, 1945 by Director/Licence Authority, Ayurveda & Unani Services, Lucknow (U.P.)
- ISO 9001:2008 Certifications
- Applying for Ć¢AYUSH PREMIUM MARK SCHEMEĆ¢ (adheres to WHO GMP based system) for Voluntary Certification Scheme of Department of Ayush, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, in collaboration with QCI (Quality Council of India)
The word Ayurveda is made up of two Sanskrit words ayur and veda meaning life' and knowledge' respectively. Taken together they mean the science of life' in a more limited sense, the term is used to imply the science of medicine.
The Origins of Ayurveda
The origins of Ayurveda are shrouded in antiquity. Legend has it that Brahma, the Creator (a part of the Hindu holy trinity of gods) first perceived it and taught it to his sons, DakshaPrajapati. Subsequently, Lord Dhanwantri, the God of healing and the teacher of the medical sciences passed it on the prominent Hindu sages Atreya, Bharadvaja, Kashyapa, Sushruta, Parashara and Charaka. Sage Atreya's disciple Agnivesha is said to have written the original AgniveshaSamhita around 1000 BC which has come down to us in the form of CharakaSamhita. This text is considered an authoritative pronouncement of Ayurvedic doctrine.
In Ayurveda we view a person as a unique individual made up of five primary elements. The elements are ether (space), air, fire, water, and earth. Just as in nature, we too have these five elements in us. When any of these elements are present in the environment, they will in turn have an influence on us. The foods we eat and the weather are just two examples of the presence of these elements. While we are a composite of these five primary elements, certain elements are seen to have an ability to combine to create various physiological functions. Ether and air combine to form what is known in Ayurveda as the Vatadosha. Vata governs the principle of movement and therefore can be seen as the force which directs nerve impulses, circulation, respiration, and elimination. Fire and water are the elements that combine to form the Pitta dosha. The Pitta dosha is the process of transformation or metabolism. The transformation of foods into nutrients that our bodies can assimilate is an example of a pitta function. Pitta is also responsible for metabolism in the organ and tissue systems as well as cellular metabolism. Finally, it is predominantly the water and earth elements which combine to form the Kaphadosha. Kapha is what is responsible for growth, adding structure unit by unit. Another function of the Kaphadosha is to offer protection. Cerebral-spinal fluid protects the brain and spinal column and is a type of Kapha found in the body. Also, the mucosal lining of the stomach is another example of the Kaphadosha protecting the tissues. We are all made up of unique proportions of Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These ratios of the doshas vary in each individual; and because of this, Ayurveda sees each person as a special mixture that accounts for our diversity.
Ayurveda gives us a model to look at each individual as a unique makeup of the three doshas and to thereby design treatment protocols that specifically address a person health challenges. When any of the doshas( Vata, Pitta or Kapha ) become accumulated, Ayurveda will suggest specific lifestyle and nutritional guidelines to assist the individual in reducing the dosha that has become excessive. We may also suggest certain herbal supplements to hasten the healing process. If toxins in the body are abundant, then a cleansing process known as Pancha Karma is recommended to eliminate these unwanted toxins.