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We are continuously making improvements to our systems and procedures and our products are fully compliant with AYUSH standards. We firmly believe that we are well ahead of the industry standards in Herbal Food Supplements market.

Bliss Ayurveda in its quality policy has promised purity, quality and adherence to the traditional texts which means that you can be confident that you are getting the very best in herbal formulations—a True Fusion of the Ancient and Modern.

Our statement logo “Silver leaf” surrounded by the text” History for a Better Life” represents our mission to join the precious ancient knowledge of Ayurveda and Vedic Medicine with a history of 5000 years with modern scientific research and parameters to improve the quality of life of a common person.

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Bliss Ayurveda’s 12 Steps of Quality Control:

  1. Collection of Herbs from Wild and natural sources
  2. Transport to Bliss Ayurveda Manufacturing Unit
  3. Sample taken and Herb Identification carried out
  4. Identified Sample sent for Quality Control Testing
  5. Cleaning, Washing and Grinding of Approved Herbs
  6. Extraction of Herb extracts in powder form and sent for Quality Testing
  7. Approved Herbal extracts and Herbs taken for R&D sample batch
  8. R & D Samples sent for QC testing both to In-house and outside labs
  9. If samples Approved then main production batch taken
  10. Semi finished products tested in In-house labs for various parameters
  11. Finished products again sent for Quality control testing
  12. If approved then Final product ready for Consumption and Export
Procurement of Herbs:

Herbs are procured from wild sources or are either grown organically or in a natural habitat. The herbs are procured at the time of season when their quality and freshness is at its peak. The main sources of herbs are vast Himalayan Mountain and associated forests, Central India states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh, Northeastern part of India and Kerala. We take herbs from Local farmers or collectors that meet the Bliss Ayurveda standards of excellence for raw materials. Bliss Ayurveda have started a special “Meet the Farmers Program” under the expertise of prominent Vaidyas and Herbal experts to encourage the farmers to do organic farming of herbs of medicinal value, to meet the increasing demand.

General Examination:

This includes physical examination of herbs using the senses of sight, smell and touch by the Ayurvedic Herbs Identification Experts and Vaidyas. Then they are all examined using HPLC (High performance liquid chromatography) to chemically identify and ensure the potency. Finally dried herbs are subjected to tests in accordance with Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia of India to reveal the solids, active ingredients and ash contents present in the plants to check whether they are within the recommended reference range.

Procurement of Standardized Herb extracts:

Bliss Ayurveda also use standardized herbal extracts so that the consistency and therapeutic efficacy of the herbs are maintained. Examined and approved Herbs and Herb extracts are analyzed for microbiological examination, pesticides contents and heavy metals. Only if each batch of herbs meets our stringent standards of high quality, we release them for further use.

Heavy Metals Analysis:

If you are taking Bliss Ayurveda’s Herbal Products, then there is literally no need to worry about heavy metal contamination. We follow our own strict standards to monitor ingredients, processing and finished products. First each batch of herbs is tested, and then each batch of finished product undergoes a battery of tests in state-of-the-art Govt. approved testing laboratories. Our products are tested for Heavy Metals like Lead, Cadmium, Arsenic and Mercury. These tests are done by using ICP-MS (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry), one of the most advanced and accurate instrument with minimum or no interference of two metals. It can detect even the minutest traces of Heavy Metals up to the level of Parts Per Billion (PPB). In order to keep ourselves much ahead of market standards we follow very stringent heavy metal limits.

Our limits are as follows:

  S.No. Heavy Metals Maximum Limit
  1. Lead 3.00 (PPM/Tablet)
  2. Cadmium 0.30 (PPM/Tablet)
  3. Mercury 0.50 (PPM/Tablet)
  4. Arsenic 1.00 (PPM/Tablet)
Microbiological Analysis:

Very batch of herbs is subjected to microbiological testing at different stages like Raw Herbs, R&D and semi finished and finished products. The testing is done in our own well equipped and certified laboratory. Test methods we use are in accordance with IP (Indian Pharmacopoeia) and BP (British Pharmacopoeia). We adhere to the microbiological standards provided by European Pharmacopoeia.

We follow following maximum limits:

 S.No. Heavy Metals Maximum Limit Unit
  1. Total viable count 1 x 107 CFU / gram
  2. Coliform 37oC 1 x 103 per / gram
  3. Coliform 44oC 1 x 102 per / gram
  4. Enterococcus 1 x 104 per / gram
  5. Staphylococcus aureus 1 x 102 per / gram
  6. Bacillus cereus 1 x 103 per / gram
  7. Clostridium perfringens 1 x 102 per / gram
  8. Moulds & Yeast 1 x 103 per / gram
  9. Salmonella Positive / Negative per / gram
Procurement of Herbs:

Herbs are procured from wild sources or are either grown organically or in a natural habitat. The herbs are procured at the time of season when their quality and freshness is at its peak. The main sources of herbs are vast Himalayan Mountain and associated forests, Central India states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh, Northeastern part of India and Kerala. We take herbs from Local farmers or collectors that meet the Bliss Ayurveda standards of excellence for raw materials. Bliss Ayurveda have started a special “Meet the Farmers Program” under the expertise of prominent Vaidyas and Herbal experts to encourage the farmers to do organic farming of herbs of medicinal value, to meet the increasing demand.

Residual Pesticides Analysis:

Although we use only those herbs which are wildly crafted or either grown organically or in a natural habitat even send our herbs for residual pesticides like alpha and beta HCN, gamma HCN, DDT and Lindan etc. This analysis is done by using GC-MS (Gas chromatography- mass spectrometry), one of the most sophisticated and advanced instrument to detect residual pesticides.