Recently, there has been a movement in the global trend of healthcare from synthetic
to herbal treatment. In today's international market, the herbal industry is a
rapidly increasing sector. Herbal extracts and extracted chemical ingredients of
herbal medications are employed in the name of Ayurveda.
India has 15 agroclimatic zones with 18,000 plant species, 6,000-7,000 of which have
therapeutic characteristics. These herbal plants are employed in a variety of
applications in Indian society, including traditional medicinal techniques such as
Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, Sowa-Rigpa, and homeopathy, as well as plant-based
pharmaceutical firms. There are 960 types of herbal plants traded, with 178 species
having annual consumption levels of more than 100 metric tonnes. Eighty percent of
herbal plants are harvested from the wild, while the remaining 69 percent are
collected by damaging farming practices.
In India, there is a significant supply-demand imbalance for herbal extracts used in
the production of Ayurvedic medications. According to the 2022 'All India Trade
Survey of Prioritized Herbal Extract,' demand for high-value herbal extract surged
by 50% while availability decreased by 26%. This resulted in greater habitat
degradation and pharmaceutical industry overexploitation.
HERBAL EXTRACT USAGE:
Raw materials for ayurvedic medicines, such as herbs and shrubs, can be
and collected in a year. As a result, it is critical to engage in herbal extract
conservation, cultivation, and research and development, but here Ansar Industries
is a supplier of
herbal extract in India
and other nations.
are now widely employed in alternative treatment, including
Ayurveda and homeopathy. Herbal extracts exist in a variety of forms, but they all
have one thing in common. Extracts are naturally occurring phytochemicals
(plant-produced compounds) that have been extracted from the plant's inert
structural material. The primary advantage of extracts over raw herbs is that once
extracted from the plant matrix, the phytochemicals bypass digestion and are
significantly more rapidly absorbable. Liquid extracts are also more convenient than
eating a herb in its raw form.
The ancient medicinal practices of Ayurveda has been a proven cure for numerous
diseases, stemming from a 3000-year-old knowledge of nature and its offerings. This
great old traditional type of herbal treatment is fading away in modern times, but
Ansar Industries is working hard to keep it alive. Despite the use of cutting-edge
gear, our method of producing herbal extracts remains unchanged.
Ansar Industries is a significant manufacturer, exporter, trader and wholesaler of
herbal extracts and essential oils. We also sell Herbal Extracts, Pure
Extracts, and Natural Herbal Extracts.
FUTURE OF MEDICAL INDUSTRY IN INDIA:
Over the years, the export of therapeutic plants and value-added extracts of
medicinal herbs has steadily increased. In 2020-2021, India exported millions worth
of herbs, a 14.22 percent increase over the previous year. Foreign demand for
herbal/value-added extracts of therapeutic herbs is gradually increasing,
particularly in Europe and other industrialized countries.
Our organization is known as a high-quality
Herbal Extract provider
valued consumers. Our natural extract, extracted from fresh flower leaves, is
well-known in the market for its effectiveness. Furthermore, this herbal extract can
be employed for a variety of therapeutic purposes. We are, in reality, India's
leading maker of natural herbal
The National Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB), the Ministry of AYUSH, and the Government
of India have launched the 'Voluntary Certification Scheme for Medicinal Plants
Produce (VCSMPP).' to promote good agricultural practices (GAPs) and good field
collection techniques (GFCPs) in medicinal plant trading The VCSMPP expands the
country's access to verified quality medicinal plants and raw resources. It also
increases exports and India's proportion of
global herbal extract exporters
Through its quality certification programme, such as the 'AYUSH' and 'Premium' marks,
the Ministry of AYUSH has been aiding the sector in establishing a quality standard.
Furthermore, it has signed memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with a few countries
to promote traditional medicines.
Every science has its own set of fundamental concepts that differ from one another.
In the modern period, our time-tested Ayurvedic treatment is being used in
accordance with modern notions such as separated chemical ingredients and modern
pharmacology. If we employ herbal medication extracts or chemical ingredients, they
may be more effective and potent, but they may also have negative side effects. As a
result, it is critical to confirm the usage of isolated chemical ingredients or
herbal medicine extracts from an Ayurvedic perspective.