Ayurveda is the cosmic knowledge of medical science brought in the mainland India by the scholars of Indus Valley Civilization (3300–1300 BCE). They cultivated this knowledge to get cure from many diseases and live in style. This scientific knowledge of medical treatment is very rich and productive in the result.

Practiced by many scholars from the past till date Ayurveda made its impact on our daily life and remarkably raise a high market demand in the medical sector in the Indian sub-continent and the rest of the world.


Ayurveda means the life knowledge that makes us healthy and immune from diseases. Ayurveda products are mostly organic and made of important herbs, trees, flowers, fruits, soil, and animal proteins. In Indian FMCG market, there are various FMCG products we use in our daily life are attached to it. Chyawanprash, herbal shampoo, soap, hair oils, fruit drinks, juice, candy, face wash, moisturizer creams, dairy products and more. High demand for such products built a growing market platform. Companies like Baidyanath, Himalaya, Patanjali Ayurved, Dabur, and Sri Sri Ayurveda etc. already made an important impact in the FMCG market. They have added values in our daily life-knowledge. Ayurveda is the only Vedic way of living smartly and stay healthy.


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2 responses »

  1. Prajakta says:

    Very true. And with the entry of Patanjali products in the FMCG market, people are becoming more aware of the science of Ayurveda

  2. agnestadia says:

    wow, that is another perspective that all people should know….. truly so,,,, oriental medicine and mechanism is beneficial to all….

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