Patanjali Gulkand

500 gm

$3.49$7.99

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Patanjali Gulkand or rose petal jam is a sweet Indian delicacy. It is easy to prepare and is listed under the best Ayurvedic medicines for their enormous health benefits. Gulkand has cooling properties, thus it is beneficial in alleviating all heat-related problems like tiredness, lethargy, itching, aches and pains.

Patanjali Gulkand or rose petal jam is a sweet Indian delicacy. It is easy to prepare and is listed under the best Ayurvedic medicines for their enormous health benefits. Gulkand has cooling properties, thus it is beneficial in alleviating all heat-related problems like tiredness, lethargy, itching, aches and pains. Patanjali Ayurved Limited produces quality Herbomineral preparations. To monitor quality, the Divya Yog Mandir Trust and Patanjali Yog Peeth grow many endangered herbs on its farmland. The principles of Good Manufacturing Practices ( gmP) are rigorously followed in the plant and Company prides itself on being environment friendly.

A high stress on quality, several quality circles and special quality circles and special project teams working on Total Quality Management (TQM) projects make quality a way of life in Patanjali Ayurved Limited. This enables Patanjali Ayurved Limited to produce herbomineral preparations with uniform levels of batch-to-batch consistency. This ensures that the customer gets the same high quality product regardless of where it is purchased.

The special equipment required for manufacturing of sterile products (bhasma, ghanstva, eyedrop, capsule, etc.) includes component washing machines, steam sterilizers, membrane filter machines, manufacturing vessels, blenders, liquid filling machines, powder filling machines, sealing and labelling machines, vacuum testing chambers, inspection machines, lyophilisers, pressure vessels, etc. are provided depending on the type and volume of activity.

Unit sterilizers are double ended with suitable interlocking arrangements between the doors. The effectiveness of the sterilization process is established initially by biological inactivation studies using microbial spore indicators and then at least oncea year by carrying out thermal mapping of the chamber.

Filling machines are challenged initially and then at periodic intervals by stimulation trials including sterile media fill.

On procurement, engineers with the support of production and quality assurance personnel have done installation qualification of each of the equipment. Equipment for critical processes like aseptic filling and sterilizers are suitably validated according to a written programme before putting them to use.

Standard operating procedures are available for each equipment for its calibration and operation and cleaning.

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