Please note the following important information

Our products are produced strictly according to original Ayurvedic recipes to achieve the harmonising and health-enhancing effects described in Ayurveda. In Indian culture, traditional Ayurvedic knowledge is a recognised science, handed down and practised by renowned scholars and practitioners and promoted by governmental bodies.

The age-old Ayurvedic teachings, however, are based on principles and approaches that are unfamiliar to Western science. Since our presentation regarding the significance and functions of Ayurvedic food supplements (rasayanas) refer to the knowledge of Ayurveda, we make no claim as to effects in terms of Western science. In particular, the aspects of harmony and inner balance in the individual have no equivalent in our science, with the result that there is no proof in Western science for many of the effects described in Ayurveda.

What is ama?

Ama is a term commonly used in Ayurvedic texts. The literal translation of ama is 'undigested'. According to the Ayurvedic texts, ama occurs when the nutrition we take in is not properly digested as a result of poor nutritional habits or weak agni (digestive fire). Ayurvedic teaching describes ama as a type of waste product in the body that can adversely affect all metabolic processes. A true equivalent for the term ama does not exist in Western science.

Information on our food supplements

Our food supplements are prepared according to original, millennia-old Ayurvedic recipes from Ayurvedic writings, and have been used successfully since time immemorial. However, they do not purport to be effective in allopathic medicine. For treatment of illnesses please consult a doctor.