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Profile of Dr Shashinath Jha

Being a quality-driven organization, we strongly believe in providing optimum quality products. Our adherence towards quality has been certified by prestigious ISO 9001:2000 certificate. We follow set quality parameters to ratify our customer's hunger of quality products. Our exclusive quality-control department is well-equipped with all the latest machines and testing equipment. This helps us in ensuring the usage of finest and pure herbal raw material and offering genuine herbal product range. We testify our products on the following parameters:

  • Purity of raw material
  • Durability
  • Strength
  • Resistance qualities
  • Healing tendency
  • Product life-cycle

Farming Methodology

Nutan Ayurvedic Research Centre (N.A..R.C.), growing more than 225 medicinal plants on its own 70 thousand square meter land and on other hired land spread in various Districts of Gujarat under supervision, which is further used in development of Ayurvedic products and medicines. It is commonly thought that medicinal plants are mainly herbs, but in fact about one-third are trees—this has implications for conservation and management of supplies to the industry. The majority of plants used in ayurveda are procured from the wild, though around 10 per cent are cultivated on private lands.

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)

  • A benchmark of acceptable crop production methods
  • A prerequisite to manufacturing pharmaceutical-grade products
  • A code of conduct that lays down how crops must be grown right so quality of product is not compromised
  • The medicinal plants have to be grown without chemical fertilizers and use of pesticides. Organic manures like, Farm Yard Manure (FYM), Vermi-Compost, Green Manure etc. may be used as per requirement of the species. To prevent diseases, bio-pesticides could be prepared (either single or mixture) from Neem (kernel, seeds & leaves), Chitrakmool, Dhatura, Cow's urine etc. Stipulates that use of pesticides and herbicides, if any, be documented, synthetic fertilizer be minimized and banning human sewage sludge in fields
  • Introduced by European Herb Growers Association
  • GAP considers parts of plant used, water availability, temperature during growing season, time of harvest, and storage and transport of the raw material as all impact the therapeutic properties of herbal medicine
  • Good Agricultural Practices are helped by Good Harvesting Practices

Good Harvesting Practices (GHP)

  • Covers wild crafting of medicinal plants
  • Designed to ensure that wild material is harvested in a sustainable and environmentally acceptable way

N.A.R.C uses medicinal plants in various forms, some of which can be gathered only by harvesting:

  • the roots
  • the bark
  • the whole plant and
  • the fruits, leaves, flowers, rhizome, seeds etc.

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