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Difference Between Herbal, Ayurvedic, Natural, And Organic Products

When you buy Herbal Healthcare Products?

You notice a tag or a label on the product:

  • Herbal
  • Ayurvedic
  • Natural
  • Organic

What these labels mean? Aren’t they all same?

NO! They sound similar with similar meaning, but are entirely different

Know the difference to decide what you need exactly!

Herbal Products:

  • Are made from plant extracts, roots, leaves etc.
  • Are free from chemicals, though pesticides may be used for plant growth
  • Used for therapeutic purposes
  • Available as powders, tablets, capsules, extracts, and tea
  • g. – cranberry, ginkgo, echinacea etc.

Ayurvedic Products:

  • Are prepared from herbs and heavy metals like gold, silver, sulphur, copper, tin, mercury etc.
  • May contain toxic levels of metals
  • Used for therapeutic purposes
  • Available as tablets, powders, oils etc.
  • g. – brahmi, ashwagandha etc.

Natural Products:

  • Are made from plants and minerals that occur in nature and not man-made
  • Are free from chemicals like artificial flavors, colors, and additives
  • May contain pesticides and other naturally occurring worms
  • Used for variety of purposes besides therapeutic
  • g. – fruit juices, coconut oil etc.

Organic Products:

  • Are made from natural ingredients
  • Prepared without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides
  • Do not contain genetically modified ingredients or petrochemicals
  • Used as eatables, clothes, and medicines
  • Do not undergo animal testing
  • g.- organic tea, organic cotton fabric etc.

where are such herbal testing carried out?

In a Herbal Testing Laboratory

Facilities at herbal testing lab:

  • Proper plant extraction and herbal testing protocol
  • Highly proficient herbal research scientists
  • Sophisticated lab equipments

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