About the Company


Anupam Ayurveda is a fast growing professionally managed, company dedicated to Ayurveda & human health and working for over 9 years. Anupam Ayurveda is also dedicated to global promotion of the science of Ayurveda through its extensive research & clinical trials. The company believes in continuous service to the medical profession and thus committed to earn the trust of customers and improves their quality of life. Anupam Ayurveda is engaged in marketing, specially formulated Ayurvedic medications for the management of diseases like diabetes mellitus, liver disorders, Urinary tract infections, sexual problems, gynaecological disorders, Calcium difficiency diseases, Mental problems, Cardiac problems & General Health problems. Our aim & target is to deliver effective & safe Ayurvedic products for comprehensive patient care. Anupam Ayurvedic Products are manufactured in a GMP Certified & an ISO 9001:2008 certified production unit. The key to the efficiency of our products is the fact that the company functions in a highly mechanised and modernized manner under the supervision of highly efficient, skillful, qualified and specialized personnel. It is a matter of great satisfaction that the number of customers impressed by the quality & standard of our products are increasing day by day.

The company believes in blending traditional values of the medical system with modern technology of production and quality standardization, so that our products are accepted amongst traditional as well modern medical fraternities.

Today Anupam Ayurveda is a multi product entity with a team of dedicated and experienced professionals in management & marketing of all the products.

Above all, I convey my thanks to all our customers, retailers, stockists through out India who showed their confidence in accepting quality of our products.

What Is Ayurveda


Ayurveda is an ancient science for healthy life for approximately 6000 years BC. This system of medicine was started by Lord Dhanvantri. The Ayurveda is the Upaveda of Athervaveda. The aim of the Ayurvedic treatment is to enhance proper digestion, helps to remove the free radicals and toxins from the body, enhance mental & physical functions besides this it nourishes & rejuvenates mind and body naturally. Ayurveda is not only a system of medicine but also represents a way of healthy living. Ayurveda is formed by the combination of two words viz. 'Ayur' means life and 'veda' means knowledge. Thus, Ayurveda means the knowledge of life. According to ancient Indian thought, The Universe is composed of five basic elements, the Panchmahabhootas, namely:- Prithvi(earth), Jal(water), Agni (Fire), Vayu(air) and Akash (ether). As the human is similarly constituted with these five elements, there is a fundamental harmony between universe and man. Ayurveda believes in the theory of tridosha: Vata, Pitta & Kapha. Vata is a combination of two elements of the universe namely air and ether, Pitta is an amalgam of fire and earth and Kapha is the combination of ether and water. According to this theory, the Tridosha remain in a balanced state when the human body is in a healthy state. Disequilibrium of these doshas cause diseases. According to Ayurveda, true medicine is one which cures the disease without any side effect & without causing any other disease in the body. According to Ayurveda, health, is a natural state of all the three aspects of the human beings i.e. body, mind & soul (Indriya, Mana & Aatma) in complete harmony, when the natural state comes in contact with unhappiness it causes diseases.

Ayurveda believes in the theory of tridosha: Vata, Pitta & Kapha. Vata is a combination of two elements of the universe namely air and ether & Vata dosha is a Catabolic force which is responsible for all voluntary & involuntary movements of the body such as enthusiasm, inspiration, expiration, body movements, normal processing of dhatus and elimination of excreta, sharpness of sense perceptions, initiation of the natural urges (like urine, faeces etc.), leads and controls mind, stimulates digestion, shapes the foetus & maintain life span & originates touch and sound.

Pitta is an amalgam of fire & earth & it is responsible for digestion, heat production, feeling of hunger, thirst, colour & complexion, understanding, intelligence, courage, softness of body parts, vision, lusture & cheerfulness.

Kapha is the combination of ether & water & it is an Anabolic force & it is responsible for strength, potency, growth, stability, lubrication, attachment, firmness, heaviness, for bearance, restraint and absence of greed, excessive politeness, wisdom. According to this theory, the Tridosha remain in a balance state when the human body is in a healthy state. Disequilibrium of these doshas cause diseases. In all living organisms, all three doshas are present in different proportion. Vata Dosha predominates in old age, Pitta dosha in middle age and Kapha dosha in childhood. Similarly Vata dosha is excess in the morning, Pitta dosha in the noon and Kapha dosha at night in all human beings.

According to Ayurveda there are three qualities of mind such as 'Satva', 'Raja' & 'Tama'. Satva is considered as good quality whereas 'Raja' & 'Tama' are harmful qualities for the mind & body.

Ayurveda also tells us about the 'Agni'. Agni is present in each and every cell of the human beings. Agni means fire or energy and which is responsible for digestion and metabolism. If the agni is worked properly then the body will free from diseases or disorders. The other hand if the agni or fire is extinguished than it results in death of the human beings. For this reason agani is the root of all functions of the body. There are 13 types of agni in the human body such as :-

  • 5- Buutagni
  • 7- Dhatwagani &
  • 1- Jatharagani

Jatharagani is the most important Agni among these 13 agnis. The main functions of the Jatharagni are :-

  1. Digests the four types of food (Chewable, masticable, licked & drunk)
  2. Produce the body temperature.
  3. Separate the Doshas, essence of food (Rasa) Urine, faeces and waste products of food.
  4. This agni controls & gives strength to other agnis (Bhutagni & Dhatwagni).

Ayurveda also gives us the knowledge of Dhatus. The term 'Dhatu' is derived from the Sanskrit root 'Dharan' which means to support and nourish the human body. The other sence the Dhatu promotes the growth of the body.

There are mainly seven types of dhatus in the body. They are - RASA, RAKTA, MAMSA, MEDAS, ASTHI, MAJJA & SHUKRA. Shukra is the pure essence, it produces foetus.

According to Acharaya 'Charak' the purpose of Ayurveda that life has three phases, the past, which has gone, the present, moment that we are living and the future that is yet to come. This means that Ayurveda suggests to deal with present time and future because thinking about the past and dealing with it is of no use for the improvement of life. By thinking just about the present and future, one can obtain the improvement which every individual is looking for.

Anupam Ayurveda is also in favour of the above theory & wishes to deal the human beings in present & the future for the improvement of their life & health.

Various Range of Our Products


Agnashay Fit-Powder
Agnashay Fitt Capsule
Asthi Fit Capsule
Asthi Fit Syrup
Broncho Plus Syrup
B-Vaccate Powder
Gynae Shakti Syrup
Leuco Care Capsule
Leuco Care Syrup
Rakt-Shudhi-Capsule
Rakt-Shudhi Syrup
Sandhi Tone Capsule
Sandhi Tone Oil
Smriti Vridhi Capsule
Smriti Vridhi Syrup
Turang Plus Capsule
Turang Powder
Turang Syrup
Uro Shakti Syrup
Uro Shakti Syrup
Yakrit Health Capsule
Yakrit Health Syrup
Zymno Health Syrup