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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR HERBAL INDUSTRY

NAIP

Business Planning & Development Unit


Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
Jabalpur (M.P.), India

Contents

Business Opportunity for Herbal Industry


Published by

Dr. S.K. Rao


Principal Investigator, BPD Unit
Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
Krishi Nagar, Adhartal, Jabalpur 482 004 (M.P.)
Tele-fax: 0761-2903544; Mob.: 09425384072
E-mail: s.k.rao@bpd-jnkvv.org ; skrao_jnau@yahoo.co.in
Web: www.bpd-jnkvv.org ; www.jnkvv.nic.in

Dukhishyam Kar
BPD Manager

Compiled by

Dr. S.D. Upadhyaya


Dr. (Smt.) Anubha Upadhyay
Dr. A.B. Tiwari
Dr. (Smt.) S. Rao
Ram Kinker Verma

Source of availability
Professor and Head
Department of Plant Physiology
Facilitation Centre for Medicinal Plants
Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
Krishi Nagar, Adhartal, Jabalpur 482004 (M.P.)
Phone: 0761-4074367, Fax: 0761-2681236

S.No. Title

Page No.

1. Business Planning and Development Unit

2. Herbal Industry

3. Technologies available for Herbal Industries


Single Component Value Added Products
Aromatic Essential Oil
Multiple Component Value Added Products
Cosmetics

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4. Processing
Preparation of Aloevera Gel and Juice
Preparation of Amrit Dhara
Preparation of Herbal Balm
Preparation of Herbal Hair Oil

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5. BPD Membership Form

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6. Privileges of Membership

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Foreword

Prof. Gautam Kalloo


Vice Chancellor

Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya


Jabalpur 482004 (M.P.)

As a matter of fact the Indian subcontinent has been recognized as treasure house of valuable
medicinal plant. There is a vast scope as well as unparalleled opportunities for Medicinal Plant
Based entrepreneurship development. Time has come to identity, domesticate and sustainable
utilize the valuable herbs before they are extinct from natural habitats. Recently medicinal plants
in India enjoy considerable reputation as drugs and are being used in different systems of
medicine. There are many agencies in the country which are being promoting cultivation,
conservation, processing and value-addition of medicinal plants.
The National Medicinal Plant Board (NMPB), New Delhi, a national level body has the primary
mandate of supporting programs related to Medicinal Plants R & D. Similarly Indian Council of
Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi has also promoted this important sector through various
schemes. Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidhyalaya (JNKVV), Jabalpur is a prime institute
having project support from NMPB and ICAR both and has achieved a landmark in the field of
medicinal plants Research and Development. The Business Planning and Development Unit
established at JNKVV, Jabalpur has also one of the mandate to promote business of medicinal
plants based small scale entrepreneurs. I am happy that this unit is excellently doing this job by
advocating technologies innovated at JNKVV, Jabalpur.

(Gautam Kalloo)

Preface

Dr. S.K. Rao


Principal Investigator
BPD Unit

Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya


Jabalpur 482004 (M.P.)

The rural folks and tribals in India even now depend largely on the surrounding plants/forests for their
day to day needs. Medicinal plants are being looked upon not only as a source of health care but also
as a source of income. The value of medicinal plants related trade in India is of the order of 5.5 billion
US dollar and is further increasing day-by-day. The international market of herbal products is estimated
to be US $ 62 billion. India share in the global market of medicinal plants trade is less than 0.5%. In view
of the innate Indian strengths, which include diverse eco-systems for growth of medicinal plants,
technical/farming capacity, strong manufacturing sector, the medicinal plants sector can provide a
huge export opportunity after fulfilling domestic needs.
Keeping in view the Business Planning and Development Unit of JNKVV, Jabalpur has developed and
established technologies of herbal products that has great potential of agribusiness.
Production of single component value added product and multiple component value added product of
medicinal plants have been developed by the Department of Plant Physiology, JNKVV, Jabalpur, which
provides pure and fresh material to guarantee the highest possible level of human health and to secure
the availability of medicinal products to citizens across the country. We select each and every
ingredient for their individual properties to create the best product based on principles of Ayurveda.
This publication is prepared by the Business Planning and Development Unit, JNKVV where medicinal
plant based processing and value addition technologies are available. Details of business support
services and guidelines in this context are also given in this booklet. Hope that this booklet will help
entrepreneurs in understanding the opportunities available in the Vishwa Vidyalaya.
(S.K. Rao)

Business Planning and Development Unit


Business Planning and Development Unit is set up under National Agricultural
Innovation Project (NAIP) in collaboration with Indian Council of Agricultural
Research (ICAR), New Delhi at Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University
(JNAU), Jabalpur to facilitate commercialization of the innovative agrotechnologies through agri-business development thereby benefitting the
farmers.

Objectives

Promotion of market responsive products and technologies through


effective entrepreneurship development.
Promotion of public private partnership for commercialization of
technologies.
Human Resource Development for entrepreneurship promotion.

Commercialization of Technology
Identifying Promising Technology
Creating Awareness of Technologies
Business Feasibility of the Technology
Finding Potential Entrepreneurs
Assessing Entrepreneurs
Business Incubation Support

Business Plan
Office Facility
Pilot Plant
Finance Mentorship
Market Research
Test Marketing
Training Networking

Introduction
Business Support Services of BPD-JNAU
BPD-JNAU is offering membership to individual entrepreneurs,
cooperative societies, companies and other agribusiness
ventures. By becoming a member of the BPD unit, entrepreneurs
can avail various business development services from JNAU,
Jabalpur.
Business Incubation Services are being provided by the BPD
Unit for agribusiness ventures in medicinal and aromatic plants
sector. All the services would be provided to the entrepreneurs
against the payment of requisite fees.
Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Ventures
Ever increasing demand in ayurvedic medicines and
neutraceuticals, business ventures based on medicinal and
aromatic plants have excellent opportunities. Entrepreneurs can
avail services provided by JNKVV in establishing and growth their
business.
Support Services
l Access to information on medicinal and aromatic plants.
l Training programmes on package of practices and
processing technologies.
l Access to planting materials.
l Field visits by scientists.
l Access to programs and exhibitions conducted by BPD.
l Business plan preparation.
l Networking with agencies and Government.

Graduation of Entrepreneur

Herbal Industry

Introduction

Demand for medicinal plants is increasing day by day due to growing apathy towards synthetic drugs. The WHO has reported that over 80 percent of
the population in developing countries including India meets its primary health care needs through traditional medicine. India with the vast natural
resources and varied agro-climatic conditions has phenomenal scope to contribute towards the increasing global demand by taking up systematic
scientific cultivation, processing and value addition of medicinal plants.
Little attention seems to have been given to medicinal plant based entrepreneurship development which certainly occupy a unique place in
economic upliftment. The Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya (JNKVV) Jabalpur has created a strong base in medicinal plants R&D through
developing agro-techniques of more than 30 plants including its processing and value addition. A gene pool rich herbal garden, greenhouse,
nethouse, processing units, analytical laboratories for quality analytical analysis, training & education facilities are the strength and infrastructure
developed at JNKVV, Jabalpur through various schemes of State and Central Government viz., ICAR, NMPB etc. The present document has been
prepared based on transferable technology developed by medicinal plants group of JNKVV, Jabalpur to promote agri-business and
entrepreneurship through Business Planning and Development Unit.

Objectives
The main objective of the BPD Unit for medicinal plants is to provide a single window or help desk for entrepreneurs who are interested in doing medicinal
plant board business. The brief overview of facilities available at JNKVV are as under:
Provision of service window for supporting medicinal plants /crop-cultivation, processing and value-addition.
l
Ten medicinal plant species have identified for promotion in the state , based on agro climate suitability and market demand namely Ashwagandha
(Withania somnifera), Bhumi amala (Phyllanthus amarus), Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Sarpgandha (Rauvolfia serpentine), Senna (Cassia
angustifiolia), Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus), Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata), Isabgo (Plantago ovata ) and Kalihari
(Gloriosa superba).
l
Establishment of clearing house of information on the elite cultivated varieties market prices in different mandies, list of traders, pharmaceutical houses
within the state.
l
Monitoring, certification and authentification of nurseries where the production of medicinal plants (propagules /seed/planting material ) is being
produced , especially to provide quality planting material to growers across the state .these includes department of forest , research centers, NGO's
and private nurseries.
l
Providing laboratory facility for quality analysis of material produced.
l
Providing trainings in preparation of turnkey projects on medicinal plants cultivation, processing and value addition.
l
Organization of stakeholders meets for establishing channel between farm and market so that market drive cultivation is encouraged.
l
Development of module for training and conduction of training programme for farmers.
l
Publication and dissemination of information related with agrotechniques market prices, list of traders in different mandies, industrial contacts etc.
l
Coordination with State and Central Govt. agencies in the development of medicinal plant.

Technologies available for herbal Industries

Technologies

SINGLE COMPONENT VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS


ADUSA POWDER
Local Name

Adusa

Botanical Name

Adhatoda vasaca

Uses:
1. In respiratory disorder, cough and cold
2. Advanced cases of bronchitis
3. Lungs tonic
Ingredient

Leaf Powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with honey or water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 200 per kg

AONLA POWDER
Local Name

Aonla

Botanical Name

Emblica officinalis

Constituent Part

Fruit

Uses:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Rebuilds new tissues


Increases the red blood cell count
Strengthens teeth and stops bleeding of gums, improves eye sight
Nourishes bones
Promotes growth of healthy and lustrous hair

Ingredient

Dry fruit powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with water or milk

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 200 per kg

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ASHWAGANDHA POWDER
Local Name

Ashwagandha

Botanical Name

Withania somnifera

Uses :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Counteracts stress effects


Inhibits inflammations
Improves memory
Good for general weakness
Arthritis

Ingredient

Ashwagandha root powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with milk or water after meals

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 300 per kg

BAEL POWDER
Local Name

Beal

Botanical Name

Aegle marmelos

Uses :
1. Cures chronic constipation
2. Dysentery and dyspepsia
Ingredient

Bel pulp powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 300 per kg

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BAHEDA POWDER
Local Name

Baheda

Botanical Name

Terminalia bellirica

Uses :
1. A purgative, laxative, analgesic and anti-inflammatory
2. Nutritive, anti-pyretic, expectorant and thyroid disease
Ingredient

Fruit powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with honey or water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 150 per kg

BHRINGRAJ POWDER
Local Name

: Bhringraj

Botanical Name

: Eclipta alba

Uses :
1. Hair fall, dandruff
2. Liver disorders
3. Eye diseases
Ingredient

: Leaf powder

Dosage

: 3 to 6 g twice a day with water

Approximate Cost : Rs. 200 per kg

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BHUI AONLA POWDER


Local Name

: Bhui aonla

Botanical Name

: Phyllnthus amarus

Uses :
1.

An effective liver tonic

Ingredient

: Whole plant powder

Dosage

: 3 to 6 g twice a day with water before meals

Approximate Cost : Rs. 200 per kg

CHANDRASUR POWDER
Local Name

: Chandrasur

Botanical Name

: Lepidium sativum

Uses :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Diarrhoea, chronic spleen disorders


Hepatomegaly
Lumbago
Increasing height at puberty
Lactation

Ingredient

: Seed powder

Dosage

: 1 to 3 g mixed with sugar candy and coconut kernel

Approximate Cost : Rs. 100 per kg

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GILOE POWDER
Local Name

: Giloe

Botanical Name

: Tinospora cardifolia

Uses :
1. It is a rejuvenator
2. Increases body immunity against disease
3. Cures fever during malaria, typhoid, jaundice and tuberculosis
Ingredient

Leaf powder

Dosage

: 3 to 6 g twice a day with honey or water

Approximate Cost : Rs. 300 per kg

GUDMAR POWDER
Local Name

Gudmar

Botanical Name

Gymnema sylvestre

Uses :
1.
2.
3.
4.

Controls diabetes
Restores pancreatic function
Stimulates circulatory system
Increases urine secretion

Ingredient

Leaf powder

Dosage

1 to 3 g teaspoon twice a day with water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 300 per kg

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HARRA POWDER
Local Name

Harra

Botanical Name

Terminaila chebula

Uses :
1. Rashayana
2. Effective purgative, astringent and alterative
Ingredient

Fruit powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 150 per kg

HARSINGAR POWDER
Local Name

Harsingar

Botanical Name

Nyctanthes arbortristis

Uses :
1.

Sciatica, eliminates cough congestion

Ingredient

Leaf powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with honey or water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 300 per kg

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KALMEGH POWDER
Local Name

Kalmegh

Botanical Name

Andrographis paniculata

Uses :
1. Hepatic stimulant
2. Blood purifier
3. Cure of turbid liver, jaundice, malaria and other critical fever
Ingredient

Whole plant powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with milk or water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 200 per kg

MULAITHI POWDER
Local Name

: Mulaithi

Botanical Name

: Glycyrrhiza glabra

Uses :
1. Cold, diuretic
2. Intellect promoting
3. Mild laxative
Ingredient

: Root powder

Dosage

: 3 to 6 g twice a day with honey or water

Approximate Cost : Rs. 400 per kg

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NIRGUNDI POWDER
Local Name

: Nirgundi

Botanical Name

: Vitex negundo

Uses :
1. Strengthen the hair
2. Reduces swelling and nausea
3. Cures swollen joints and relieves pain
Ingredient

: Leaf and Root powder

Dosage

: 3 to 6 g twice a day with water

Approximate Cost : Rs. 300 per kg

PUNARNAVA POWDER
Local Name

Punarnava

Botanical Name

Boerhavia diffusa

Uses :
1. Colic disease, gonorrhea, oedema, anemia
2. Jaundice, abdominal diseases
Ingredient

Whole plant powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 200 per kg

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SAFED MUSLI POWDER


Local Name

: Safed Musli

Botanical Name : Chlorophytum borivilianum


Uses :
1. Cooling, aphrodisiac
2. Nervine tonic
3. Development of body muscles and resistance power
Ingredient

Root powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with milk after meal

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 2,000 per kg

SATAWAR POWDER
Local Name

Satawar

Botanical Name

Asparagus racemosus

Uses :
1. Rejuvenator and health tonic
2. Aphrodisiac
3. Increases appetite
4. Healing peptic ulcer
Ingredient

Root powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with milk after meals

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 1,000 per kg

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TULSI POWDER
Local Name
Botanical Name

:
:

Tulsi
Ocimum sanctum

Uses :
1. Stimulant
2. Carminative and expectorant, has anti-bacterial quality
Ingredient

Whole plant powder

Dosage

3 to 6 g twice a day with honey

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 200 per kg

BACH POWDER
Local Name

Bach

Botanical Name

Acorus calumus

Uses :
1. Good for dyspepsia, colic
2. Remittent fever, epilepsy, bronchitis and throat disorder
3. Expectorant, anthelmintic, antipyretic and carminative
Ingredient

Rhizome powder

Dosage

500 mg to 1 g twice a day with honey

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 200 per kg

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SHIVNAAG POWDER
Local Name

: Shivnaag

Botanical Name

: Orozylum indicum

Uses :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Gastric ulcer
Mouth cancer
Skin disease
Kills crabs in wet paddy fields
Anti inframentry
Liver disorder

Ingredient

: Stem bark powder

Dosage

: 1 cup decoction 2-3 times a day with honey

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 300 per kg

BRAHMI POWDER
Local Name

: Brahmi

Botanical Name

: Bacopa monnieri

Uses :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Nerve tonic
Improves memory, mental function
Epilepsy
Asthma
Arthritis, rheumatism

Ingredient

: Leaf powder

Dosage

: 100 mg daily with water

Approximate Cost : Rs. 300 per kg

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STEVIA POWER
Local Name

: Mithi Tulsi

Botanical Name

: Stevia rebaudiana

Uses :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Lowering blood sugar


Hypertension
Teeth and gums
Skin care
Weight loss

Ingredient

: Leaf powder

Dosage

: 1 teaspoonsful with warm water or tea

Approximate Cost : Rs. 400 per kg

PATHERCHUR POWDER
Local Name

Patherchur

Botanical Name

Coleus forskollii

Uses1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

High blood pressure


Angina
Asthma
Weight loss
Hypothyroidism

Ingredient

Root powder

Dosage

50 mg, 2-3 times daily with water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 200 per kg

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PEPPERMINT
Local Name

Peppermint

Botanical Name

Mentha pipereta

Uses :
1.
2.
3.
4.

Used in perfumes, sent soaps flavour


Stimulant, carminative stomach disorder
Tooth paste, dental cream, mouth wash
Cough drop, chewing gum, confectionary

Ingredient

Leaf powder

Dosage

1 small stick

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 300 per kg

ISABGOL
Local Name

: Isabgol

Botanical Name

: Plantago ovata

Uses:
1. Anti-diuretic
2. Anti-acidic
3. Laxative
Ingredient

: Seed husk powder

Dosage

: 1 teaspoonful with warm water

Approximate Cost : Rs. 1,000 per kg

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MENTHA OIL
Local Name

: Pudina

Botanical Name

: Mentha pipereta

Uses :
1. Used in perfumes, scent, soaps, flavor, stimulant, carminative, stomach
disorder, tooth paste, dental cream, mouth wash, cough drop, chewing
gum, confectionary etc.
Ingredient

: Leaf oil

Dosage

: 1 small stick

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 1,000 per litre

EUCALYPTUS OIL
local Name

: Neelgiri

Botanical Name

: Eucalyptus globulus

Uses :
1. Asthma and oil is used in rheumatism
Ingredient

: Leaf oil

Dosage

: 3-5 g in the morning

Approximate Cost : Rs. 1,000 per litre

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TULSI OIL
Local Name

: Van Tulsi

Botanical Name

: Ocimum basilicum

Uses1. Anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal


2. Seed - used in dysentery
3. Flower - diuretic and anti spasmodic
Ingredient

: Leaf oil

Dosage

Approximate Cost :

Powder used 1 teaspoon daily


Rs. 3,000 per litre

LEMON GRASS OIL


Local Name

: Lemon grass

Botanical Name

: Cymbopogan flexiosus

Uses :
1. Oil- antimicrobial, analgesic, antipyretic used in all tooth paste, tooth
powder, soaps, cosmetic cream, shampoo, for flavour in confectionary
2. Leaves- chewed for sore gums, leaf juice applied in headache
Ingredient

: Leaf oil

Dosage

: Decoction: 40 - 80 ml ; Oil: 1 - 3 drops

Approximate Cost : Rs. 1,000 per litre

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PALMA ROSA OIL


Local Name

Rosa grass

Botanical Name

Cymbopogan martini

Constituent Part

Leaves

Uses :
1. Perfumery used for flavouring tobacco, soap pharmaceutical medicine
Ingredient

Leaf oil

Dosage

Oil: 1-3 drops

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 1,000 per litre

HALDI OIL
Local Name

: Haldi oil

Botanical Name

: Curcuma domestica valeton

Uses :
1. Anti inflammatory, rhizome- anti protozol spasmolytic
2. Anti parasitic for skin disease anti spasmodic, anti bacterial and anti
arthritic
Ingredient

: Rhizome and leaf oil

Dosage

: 1-3 drop mix with other oil for anti inflamartic effect

Approximate Cost : Rs. 2,000 per litre

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ODOMOS OIL
Local Name

Odomos

Botanical Name

Eucalyptus citrodera

Uses :
1. Mosquito repellent
Ingredient

Leaf oil

Dosage

As desired

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 1,000 per litre

CITRONELLA OIL
Local Name

Ganjri

Botanical Name

Cymbopogan winterianus jowit

Constituent Part

Leaves

Uses :
1. Soap, ointment
2. Mosquito repellent
3. Candles perfume and incense sticks
Ingredient

Leaf oil

Dosage

As required

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 1,000 per litre

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AMRIT DHARA
Ingredient

: Pipermint, Thymol, Camphor

Uses

: Quick relief from nausea, vomiting and abdominal disorders,


Protective against sun stock during summer

Dosage

: 2-3 drops with water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 35 per 10 ml

JAWAR NASHAK
Ingredient

Giloy, Tulsi powder, Kalmegh

Uses

Controls fever

Dosage

1 teaspoon with water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 10 per 30 g ; Rs. 30 per 100 g

MADHUMEH NASHAK
Ingredient

Kutaki, Giloy, Kalmegh, Gudmar, Ashwagandha, Bel


Powder, Harra, Baheda, Anola, Methi, Bitter gourd,
Jamun and Tulsi Powder

Uses

Digestive and carminative Antidote for diabetes

Dosage

1 teaspoon with water

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 50 per 100 g

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HEBAL ARJUN TEA
Ingredient

Arjun stem bark powder, Dalchini, Kalimirch, Tulsi, Lemon


grass

Uses

Provides relief from stress

Dosage

1 teaspoon with boiled water, milk and sugar

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 40 per 50 g

HERBAL TEA
Ingredient

Lemon grass, Tulsi, Ashwagandha powder, Tea leaves

Uses

Cardiac tonic, control blood pressure

Dosage

1 teaspoon with boiled water, milk and sugar

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 50 per 50 g

HERBAL BALM
Ingredient

: White petroleum jelly, Eucalyptus oil, Mentha oil, Tulsi oil

Uses

: Headache, body pain

Dosage

: As required

Approximate Cost : Rs. 20 for 10 g

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ALEOVERA JUICE
Ingredient

Aloe pulp, Sodium benzoate, Water

Uses :
1. Anti-bacterial
2. Purgative
3. Stomachic tonic
Dosage

Approximate Cost :

10-15 ml with water daily


Rs. 25 per 25 ml

HERBAL TEA (NATURAL SWEETNESS)


Ingredient

Lemon grass, Tulsi, Tea leaves and Stevia powder

Uses

Controls sugar, weight loss

Dosage

1 teaspoon with boiled water, milk and sugar

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 60 per 50 g

HERBAL ARJUN TEA (NATURAL SWEETNESS)


Ingredient

Arjun stem, Bark powder, Dalchini, Kalimirch, Tulsi,


Lemon grass, Stevia powder

Uses

Energetic, weight loss and provides relief from stress

Dosage

1 teaspoon with boiled water, milk and sugar

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 50 per 50 g

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PACHAK CHURNA
Ingredient :

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Ajwain
Sounf
Aonla
Harra
Bahera
Kali Mirch
Kala Namak
Bel Churna
Amchur

Uses

Dyspepsia, acidity and gastric problems

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 15 per 30 g

JAWAHAR HERBAL TEA


Product Name

Tea bags of herbal tea with natural sweetness

Ingredient

1. Lemon grass
2. Tulsi
3. Tea leaves
4. Stevia powder

Uses

Controls sugar, weight loss

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 5 per tea bag

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HERBAL FACE PACK
Ingredient

: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Multani mitti
Aloe leaf powder
Dry rose petal
Orange and lime skin powder
Sandal wood powder

Uses

: Effective against tanning and acne, for shiny and glowing skin

Approximate Cost : Rs. 25 per 50 g

DRY HERBAL SHAMPOO


Ingredient

: 1.
2.
3.
4.

Anola powder, Shikakai powder


Aloe leaf powder, Ritha powder
Hina leaf powder
Lime and Orange powder

Uses

: Complete hair care, strengthen and nourishment of hairs

Approximate Cost : Rs. 10 per 50 g

ALEOVERA GEL
Ingredient

: 1.
2.
3.

Leaf pulp
Preservatives
Essence

Uses

: Effective against skin tanning


For growth and shiny skin

Approximate Cost : Rs. 80 per 80 g

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GULAB JAL
Ingredient

: Fraction distillation of rose petals

Uses

: Cooling effect to eyes, fragrance

Dosage

: 1 teaspoon with boiled water, milk and sugar

Approximate Cost : Rs. 40 per 50 g

HERBAL HAIR OIL


Ingredient

1. Bhringraj
2. Hina
3. Nagarmotha
4. Coconut oil

Uses

Strength and nourishment to hair


Shining and blackness to hair

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 50 per 50 ml

ANTI-DANDRUFF HAIR OIL


Ingredient

1.
2.
3.
4.

Uses

Strength and nourishment to hair, prevents hair loss and


dandruff, gives shining and blackness to hair

Approximate Cost :

Bhringraj
Hina
Nagarmotha
Sesame oil

Rs. 50 per 50 ml

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Technologies

Technologies available for herbal Industries

JAWAHAR OIL (PAIN KILLER)


Ingredient

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Mustard oil
Eucalyptus oil
Turmeric oil
Menthe oil
Rosa oil

Uses

Pain killer

Approximate Cost :

Rs. 50 per 50 ml

JAWAHAR OIL (FOR SKIN DISEASES)


Ingredient

: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Rubia cordifolia
Paras papal
Chitrak
Safed madar
Sesame oil
Ashwagandha

Uses

: Useful in skin diseases

Approximate Cost

: Rs. 50 per 50 ml

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Technologies

Technologies available for herbal Industries


PROCESSING
PREPARATION OF ALOEVERA GEL AND JUICE

Washing of leaves

Cutting of leaves

Collection of pulp (gel)

Aloe vera pulp

Juice filtration

Addition of preservatives

Mixing of thickening agent

Add Glycerol

Continuous mixing

Aloe vera gel

Aloe juice

Aloe powder

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Technologies available for herbal Industries

Technologies

PREPARATION OF AMRIT DHARA

Ingredients

Adding all the ingredients


in glass bottle

Shaking for 5-10 minutes

Amrit dhara

PREPARATION OF HERBAL BALM

Ingredients

Turmeric oil is added

Eucalyptus oil is added

Rosa grass oil is added

Mix well

Herbal balm

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Technologies available for herbal Industries

Technologies

PREPARATION OF HERBAL HAIR OIL

Ingredients

Wash the ingredient

Drain out the water

Removal of the water

Oil is added to the pan

Boiling for 30 minutes

Cooling the oil

Filter the oil by sieve

Herbal Hair Oil

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A
SHGs, Individual Farmers
who wants to start their
business ventures

10,000
5,000

B
Cooperatives, NGOs,
Start-ups

50,000
10,000

C
Public/Private
Limited/Multinational
companies

Principal Investigator, BPD Unit


Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University
Adhartal, Jabalpur 482 004 (M.P.), India
Tele-fax: 0761-2903544
E-mail: s.k.rao@bpd-jnkvv.org
Website: www.bpd-jnkvv.org ; www.jnkvv.nic.in

Dr. S.K. Rao

Please return this form to:

Issuing Bank: ______________________________________________________________

Payment Details: DD No. : ____________________ Date of Issue: ____________________

Payment Mode: Bank Demand Draft in favor of BPD-JNKVV R/F Account payable at Jabalpur

Membership Fees (Rs.) 2,000


Renewal Fees
1,000
2nd year onwards (Rs.)

Categories
Entrepreneur profile

Membership Fee:

____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

Areas of interest for collaboration and business support services:

Website address: _____________________________________________________________________

Email: ______________________________________________________________________________

Phone: _______________________________________________ Fax: __________________________

City: __________________ State: __________________________PIN Code: ____________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

Address: ____________________________________________________________________________

Contact Name: _______________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

Major products/business area: _________________________________________________________

Organization Category: Individual/SHG/NGO/Start-Ups/Cooperative/


Producer Companies/Pvt Ltd / Public Ltd. / MNCs

Organization Name: __________________________________________________________________

Business Planning and Development Unit


Membership Form

Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University

Membership

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Membership

Privileges of Membership
Categories
Entrepreneur profile

A
SHGs, Individual
Farmers who want
to start their
business ventures

B
Cooperatives,
NGOs Start-ups

C
Public/Private
Limited/Multinational
companies

D
Seed Companies to
become JNAU-Seed
Consortium Member

Membership Fees
Renewal fees after from second
year onwards (Rs.)

2,000
1,000

10,000
5,000

50,000
10,000

1,00,000
NIL

Free

Free

Free

Free

Meeting with Scientists


Promotion of products and
services of the member in the
events participated by BPD

Eligible
Yes

Eligible
Yes

Eligible
Yes

Eligible
Yes

Promotion through BPD website

Contact details

One page

One page and display of company logo in the homepage of


the website

Invitation for attending events


conducted by BPD unit

Yes

Discount in training programmes

Applicable once in a
Application in all training programmes conducted by BPD
year
Improved varieties of field crops and vegetables
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
According to the Seed
Consortium guidelines
Will be provided with a fee which will be decided case to case basis.

Services
Te chnology Information Brochure

Access to breeder seeds


Access to parent lines of hybrids
Business Plan
Preparation/Consulting Services

Not Applicable

Terms and Conditions:


1. Membership fees have to be paid by Demand Draft only.
2. Services to be provided to members may be revised and would be informed to the members.
3. If there are disputes related to any particular term or condition will be sought first through mutual discussion. Any controversy, claim, or dispute
arising will be settled the legal jurisdiction of Jabalpur only.

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For further details, please contact

Dr. S.K. Rao


Principal Investigator
Business Planning and Development Unit (NAIP)
Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
Krishi Nagar, Adhartal
Jabalpur 482 004 (M.P.), India
Telefax: 0761-2903544; Mob.: 9425384072
E-mail: s.k.rao@bpd-jnkvv.org; skrao_jnau@yahoo.co.in
Web: www.bpd-jnkvv.org ; www.jnkvv.nic.in