Himalaya Herbal Healthcare
Himalaya Herbal Healthcare is a worldwide pioneer in the field of scientifically validated herbal healthcare. Our commitment to Ayurvedic principles, and research to produce natural, safe, and effective health products is driven by our soul mission, which is to help individual people maintain a healthy, long, and high-quality of life.
Founded in 1930, the Himalaya legacy now spans over 90 years in the field of phytotherapy. Himalaya products are based on formulas used in Ayurveda ("Science of Life"), the oldest medical system in the world with roots that date back over 5,000 years.
Innovation and international recognition
We have emerged as the unparalleled pioneers in exploring the synergy between Ayurveda and modern science. Doctors and patients around the world appreciate and use Himalaya products. From our humble beginnings in India, our products are now offered in over 100 countries.
Raw material sourcing
Himalaya sources its raw materials through high quality plant cultivation. Farmers who grow our plants are trained according to GAP (Good Agricultural Practice), a standard of good practice and sustainability in agriculture specific to each medicinal plant.
Himalaya has its own factory in Bangalore, India. The factory has obtained everal accreditations: GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) which certifies the quality of the manufacturing technology, GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) which certifies the performance of laboratory studies and GCP (Good Clinical Practice) which certifies the performance of clinical trials.
Clinical and laboratory studies
Most of Himalaya products are based on clinical and laboratory studies.
The standardization of Himalaya products guarantees that in every tablet and in every milliliter of syrup we will find not only the same amount of plants but also the same amount of active principles.
Himalaya products are build on well-balanced formulas based on a concept of the Ayurveda medical system: the synergism that gives the product efficiency because it contains plants with a main effect in combating the disease, plants with a side effect that potentiates the former and plants that ensure good digestion and absorption of active ingredients.