Ayurveda- A General Concept

The term Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda  (science or knowledge).   Ayurveda is a  knowledge  believed to be  originated in India  nearly 5,000 years ago. Ayurveda is considered a form of  traditional  medical care system derived from Ayurvedic organic herbs and plants which  starts with an internal purification process.  In Ayurveda, body, mind and consciousness work together in maintaining a equilibrium , which is required  in order to prevent any disease or stress

(Ref. https://www.nhp.gov.in/introduction_mtl)

In the recent decades, Ayurveda has experienced a considerable shift in its paradigm and a significant change in the outlook of researchers, towards its applications has occurred.  There is an increasing need of proving and fostering the scientific basis of the principles of Ayurveda, to keep this age old valuable system of medicine, as a living tradition.

(Ref. A glimpse of Ayurveda – The forgotten history and principles of Indian traditional medicine By Yogini S. Jaiswal and Leonard L. Williams.


A Huge Prospect for Ayurvedic Applications & Products

Close to 80 percent of the total population in India adopt traditional alternate  medicine, which is a class that comprises mainly Ayurveda. Most of these practices are adopted all over the world to cater to the goal of overall wellness and health. One of the top factors propelling the growth rate of the ayurvedic products market incudes the rising popularity of organic and natural medicines and the increasing knowledge about their benefits among consumers with out harmful side effects.

Ayurvedic Products Market Revenue to Reach USD 28,830 Million  by 2030  – Report by Market Research Future (MRFR)

(Ref .https://www.globenewswire.com/en/news-release/2022/05/23/2448071/0/en/Ayurvedic-Products-Market-to-Reach-USD-28-830-Million-Revenue-by-2030-at-12-3-CAGR-Report-by-Market-Research-Future-MRFR.html)

Ayurveda Day -23rd October

Ministry of AYUSH in India ,celebrates Ayurveda Day every year on  Dhanvantari Jayanti and this year it is  celebrated on 23 October. The Ministry is celebrating it in collaboration with all the Ministries and departments of Government of India in order to spread awareness  of this traditional system of medicine.

All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA)  has been chosen as the nodal agency for driving the Ministry of Ayush’s mandate for Ayurveda Day this year. The theme for the celebration is ‘Har Din Har Ghar Ayurveda’.

AIIA has already launched Ayurveda Day 2022 programme. The six-week long programme will continue till 23rd of October.

Branolia Chemicals -Century Old Ayurvedic House

Branolia Chemical Works started operations in Calcutta in 1922 on the call of Swadeshi under the ambit of the National Independence movement and  have strongly maintained  that legacy . Branolia is committed to bringing the traditional Ayurveda knowledge combined with state of the art production facility and research lab and is  a trusted name in India.

Our Two Flagship ayurvedic products   are :

Branolia The Ayurvedic Memory Tonic to increase healthy memory

Enriched by medicinal Herb Brahmi in  it helps increases healthy  memory, concentration and thinking power and keeps the body healthy and tuned. Along with Brahmi , Branolia contains Satamuli, Berela, Ashwagandha, Jastimodhu and Alkushiwhich have higbody rejuvenation properties. It can be consumed by people across all ages.

Kulleron- Anti Animic  Medicine that fights Anemia .

Branolia’s Kulerron brings the goodness of Kulekhara (Hygrophila Spinosa) leaf which is the best-known antidote in Ayurveda against iron deficiency in the blood (also known as iron deficiency anemia), indicated by low Hemoglobin count. Branolia Chemical Works anti animic tonic Kulerron has been formulated to fight iron anemis .Kulerron is fortified with other ayurvedic herbs like  Ashwagandha, Biranga, Pipul, Nagkesar amongst others and is extrememly effective in reducing anemia .



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