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Health is wealth or so the saying goes. It’s a saying that we all remember the moment we get sick and promptly forget when we recover. As children sicknesses and illnesses are part of the growing up process, a means of strengthening our own immunity.
One of the most ancient systems of medicine and wellbeing by a human civilisation is Ayurveda. Written over decades by noted physicians of their time, this ancient treatise on human health is one of our most revered and respected inheritances.
All living things age with time, from the towering trees to animals and birds. Even the earth, its seas and mountains are ageing over the years. The same applies to human beings. Ageing is a term that includes the changes that occur in our body with time.
Increasing weight and obesity is one of our most persistent health disorders. Being overweight and obesity can cause a number of other diseases — high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, atherosclerosis, and increased risk of heart disease.
The Indian pharma sector is today a multi-million dollar space with complex regional factors and multiple competitors coming into play. We have big corporations, small firms, franchises and PCD companies that occupy the supply chain.
Ayurvedic Herbs and Their Uses in Ayurvedic Medicine
The pharma industry has grown rapidly in the last two decades and a big part of this is the emergence of franchise pharma companies in India. Franchises fill the gap that small industries often fall short of and which often leads to their collapse despite a superior product.