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About Shree Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan

Shree Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan is the largest manufacturer of Ayurvedic Product in the world, with over 700 formulations being manufactured and marketed in the Indian and International markets. With products like Chyawanprash Special, Honey, Kabz Har, and Kasamrit, and categories like Bhasma-Pishti, Asava-Arishta, Ras-Rasayana, and Medicated Oils, Baidyanath has one of the largest range of products in the world. Traditionally an Ayurveda-centric organization, Baidyanath has increased its horizons keeping in mind the needs of the modern man. With a stronghold over ethical, more classical, prescription-based medicines, Baidyanath has introduced a range of lifestyle and well-being products aimed towards leading a healthy and balanced life. Baidyanath has always been forward and progressive in its outlook, while maintaining a firm foot in its rich and illustrious history, carving the path and setting standards in its wake.

To aid Baidyanath in its endeavor of preserving and promoting Ayurveda, the company set up Shree Baidyanath Research Institute (SBRI) in 2006. SBRI, the Research and Development Department of the company, is responsible for developing new products based on Ayurvedic teachings as well as maintaining strict control over the existing products to ensure that they meet the quality and efficacy parameters set forth by the company. The company manufactures its range of medicines and ayurvedic products in state of art manufacturing facility spread across 37 acresinNaini, (Prayagraj), UP set up in late 1960 which is further supported by another facilityinGreater Noida, UP.

Baidyanath has always taken pride in its history and association with Ayurveda. To ensure the propagation and continuation of this ancient knowledge, Baidyanath regularly ties up with leading Ayurvedic Institutes to fund research in Ayurveda, provide scholarships to Indian as well as International students, and organize workshops and demonstrations for students and current practitioners. The Directors, Presidents, and Board Members of Baidyanath are actively involved with the Ayurveda governing bodies and associations to ensure a brighter and more organized future for Ayurveda.

About Ayurveda

Health and wellness has always been one of the biggest achievements as well as the biggest downfall of mankind. While countless lives have been saved by new drugs and discoveries, countless more have been lost due to limited knowledge in modern medicine. The population today has put so much faith in modern medicine, that they have completely forgotten about the traditional Indian system of medicine Ayurveda.

The first documented texts on Ayurveda date back to the 4th Century BCE, but scholars have argued that Ayurveda had its beginnings around 5000 BCE. Originally passed on to practitioners orally by a Guru, it became widely known and popular after the works of Charaka and Sushruta. The Charaka Samhita and The Sushruta Samhita are considered two of the most important works in Ayurveda and are still being followed in the 21st Century. They describe the basic principles of Ayurveda, as well as treatment options. A detailed description of medicinal plants and their formulations are given in the texts along with details on diseases associated with every part of the body. These texts are still taught today in Ayurveda Institutes and Colleges.

Unlike other forms of medicine, Ayurveda does not only deal with the cure of disease, rather the holistic wellbeing of the body. It considers the physical, mental, and social health of a person and society as a whole. With advances in science and human understanding, research is being done to understand the principles behind Ayurveda and medicines. Many of the ingredients such as Tulsi, Neem, Ashwagandha, and Brahmi have been shown to be more effective than their synthetic counterparts and are being used widely all over the world. This has led to a renewed interest amongst the population in Ayurveda, one which will surely ensure its preservation for millennia to come.