Ayurveda is one of the ancient medicines in the world. Its origins have been traced to 5000 years ago with
historical roots in the indian subcontinent. The very base of ayurdevic medication lies in
“the knowledge of longevity” as the sanskrit word 'Ayurdeva' suggests.
We have over 18 years of experience in preparing and exporting ayurdevic medicines. But the knowledge and its preparation methodology is over 800 years old. Himalayan Herbal Preparation gets the preparation expertise from Piyushabarshi Aushadhalaya which is one of the oldest Ayurvedic Clinic in Kathmandu and is serving since last 800 years from generation to generation. Our medicines are derived from roots, bark, leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds or juices of plants and trees. Plants are collected in the right times of the year in Himalayan slopes covered by the clouds.
The cultural and scientific foundations on which it is structured, reside in deep holistic concept of health and human life. Therefore, every therapeutic approach is permeated by this "unity" and what should its continuity and recognition today worldwide. The benefits, the actual effectiveness of their own healing systems and the additional potential that Ayurveda is able to express and offer everyone, allow it, now more than ever, to grow and develop beyond their cultural boundaries. There is a strong interest on the part of developed countries towards Ayurveda because of its practical applications and the actual results of which it bears in the health field. In addition, its wide and deep cultural knowledge and scientific cooperation in the field of prevention and health care, which has been expanded and consolidated over the millennia, is considered by the international scientific community an irreplaceable heritage for the development and growth of the entire medicine modern. Every year, a significant and growing number of people, travels to Nepal to learn about Ayurveda, to undergo Ayurvedic therapies and to get Ayurvedic remedies and to find medicinal plants not found anywhere else in their countries.
The Himalayan kingdom of Nepal is unique in the world to have maintained an unbroken tradition of Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. Just for the fact that it was and still is a natural laboratory uncontaminated and rich in resources, has allowed Ayurveda to advance their scientific and cultural species in healthy and herbal.
The Ayurveda has eight branches. They are internal medicine, surgery, medicine organic brain, pediatrics, toxicology, the remedy to rejuvenate, the remedy aphrodisiac and caring spirit. These branches are connected with philosophical knowledge, the fundamental principle of pathogens, the theory of diagnosis, principles of treatment, methods of cleaning therapy, the study of the life span, psychology, hygiene, dietetics, l 'anatomy, physics, pharmacology, etc.. To be a good Ayurvedic physician, all these sciences and philosophies must be thoroughly investigated.
Ayurveda does not belong to the East or the West, the ancient and modern times, is, and will forever remain a heritage of all human beings. is a science of life as a whole, in the sense that reconnects the lives of individuals and that of the universe; and then opening towards life as a whole and for all that allows us to make more profound harmony with it.
We offer Alchemy Course for interested ones. Participants will have hands on experience of the preparation at our Labratory in Kathmandu.
A group of students from Italy taking our Alchemy Courses at our Labratory in Arubari, Kathmandu. This course was conducted from April 9 - 17, 2017.
We have 47 products which are derived from roots, bark, leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds or juices of plants and trees. Most of these plants need to be collected in the right times of the year from the Himalayan mountains. Please check below to see the detailed list of products.
Our ayurvedic products can be catagorized into three types
We are a team of ayurvedic practitioner, vaidya (ayurvedic doctor), herbalist and ayurvedic enthusiasts.
Vaidya Madhu Bajra Bajracharya
Ayurvedic Practitioner since 1976
Vaidya Bishownath Karmacharya
Vaidya Indra Prasad Shrestha
Prof. Dr. Erus Sangiorgi
University of Milan Studies
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