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Massages of motivation

“It’s doesn’t matter who are you, where you come from. The ability to triumph begins with you always.”

“There is only corner of the universe where you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.”

“Achievement of your happiness is the only moral purpose of your life, and the happiness not pain or mindless self-indulgence is the proof and the result of your loyalty to the achievement of your values”

“The moment of truth, sudden emergence of a new insight, is an act of intuition, such intuition give the appearance of miraculous flushes or short-circuits of reasoning. In fact they may be likened to an immersed chain of which only the beginning and the end are visible above the surface of consciousness. The diver vanishes at one end of the chain and comes up at the other end, guided by invisible links.”

Industry scenario of herbal product


Herbal medicine has been used in India for thousands of years and is increasingly been used worldwide during the last few decades as evidenced by rapidly growing global and national markets of herbal drugs. The global pharmaceutical market was worth US $550 billion in 2004 and is expected to exceed US $900 billion by the year 2009. According to WHO estimates, the present demand for medicinal plants is ~US $14 billion a year and by the year 2050 it would be ~US $5 trillion. Due to high prices and harmful side effects of synthetic drugs, people rely more on herbal drugs and this trend is growing, not only in developing countries but in developed countries too. India has 2.4% of world's area with 8% of global biodiversity. The forests of India are estimated to harbor 90% of India's medicinal plants diversity in the wide range of forest types that occur. In India, around 25,000 effective plant-based formulations are used in traditional and folk medicine. More than 1.5 million practitioners are using the traditional medicinal system for health care in India. It is estimated that more than 7800 manufacturing units are involved in the production of natural health products and traditional plant-based formulations in India, which requires more than 2000 Tones of a medicinal plant raw material annually. Unfortunately, the number of reports of people experiencing negative effects, caused by the use of herbal drugs, has also been increasing. There may be various reasons for such problems, poor quality of herbal medicines due to insufficient attention being paid to the quality assurance and control of these products. Although WHO has developed guidelines for the quality control of herbal drugs which provide a detailed description of the techniques and measures required for the appropriate cultivation and collection of medicinal plants, there is still a lacuna between this available knowledge and implementation, because farmers and other relevant persons like producers, handlers and processors of herbal drugs are not much aware of WHO's guidelines and they continue their work as before without any quality control measures which results in inferior quality of herbal drugs with lots of contaminants like heavy metals, pesticides and microbes. Hence, training for farmers and other relevant persons is an important measure to be taken to ensure good quality of raw herbal drugs.

About Ayurveda


Ayurveda is an Indian medical science, originating over 5000 years ago. The written source of this science is ancient books of knowledge known as the Vedas................ Read more...

Herbal Medicine & It's Importance


Herbal Medicine is defined as branch of science in which plant based formulations are used to alleviate the diseases............. Read more...

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