Ayurveda with established methods and mechanisms of Nanotechnology has forayed into the Indian market. The homegrown brand specializes in organic and plant-based products that are availed in the form of oral rapid dissolve strips. NanoVeda focuses on a holistic approach towards health and wellbeing.
conventional supplements through pills or syrups without falling prey to any technology-driven methods. The amalgamation of technology and sustainable farming with its unique product innovation has made Nano Veda stand out.
Different flavours that are naturally sourced from fruits and vegetables without making them taste bitter. It’s a unique solution, making daily nutrition fun and easy backed with lab tested and scientific evidence-based research methodology to commercialization.
Nutra supplementation, for all age groups, in a fun, easy and trendy way. Popping in pills or taking syrups are such a passé, hence we have developed a very innovative self dissolve nano-oral strips in tasty natural fruit flavours that makes taking supplements fun, enjoyable and trendy and of course being more effective due to the higher body absorption rate.
Ayurveda is an ancient system of complementary medicine that originated with the Tamil Siddhas in the the south of India 10,000 years ago,” says Martha Soffer, Ayurvedic doctor, MACA, MAT, and founder of Surya Spa in Los Angeles. Ayurveda and yoga, both encourage diets that aim to nourish the body and mind. This basically means that your diet needs to be customized to meet your specific needs, whether physical, mental, or spiritual. When planning your diet or considering the use of supplements, it also makes sense to adhere to the yogic philosophy of Mitahara. Mitahara quite literally means moderation of food intake, emphasizing greater awareness about food and drink intake, as well as consumption habits.
Herb is also popular with bodybuilders because of its rich nutritional profile, including vitamins A, C, B complex, binding proteins, and antibodies. Shatavari also contains high levels of the amino acid asparagine, which plays a very important role in the synthesis of protein.