New Delhi 30th October 2023: – Ayurveda, the ancient system of medicine and natural healing with its roots in India, is experiencing a significant resurgence as consumer preferences shift towards holistic wellness and natural healing methods. According to a report by IMARC, the Ayurveda products market in India reached INR 626 billion in 2022, and it is projected to reach INR 1,824 billion by 2028, with a remarkable CAGR of 19.3% during the period of 2023-2028.
In a remarkable contribution to the revitalization of Ayurveda in India, Davaindia, the country’s premier private generic pharmacy retail chain, has emerged as a frontrunner in the Ayurveda industry. With a presence in over 650 + stores and a satisfied customer base of over 75 lakh individuals nationwide, Davaindia has become a beacon of holistic wellness and natural healing for the Indian population.
Dr. Sujit Paul Group CEO of Zota Healthcare, “has a vision of providing every Indian access to high-quality, affordable healthcare, and giving the customer an option to choose across a plethora of Ayurveda products made from natural ingredients available in the Davaindia stores.”
Davaindia’s dedication to promoting the Ayurvedic way of life is reflected in its diverse range of Ayurvedic products. From immunity-boosting Tulsi Ginger Drops to diabetes management solutions like NutraVedic Karela and Jamun juices, the company offers an extensive selection of products that cater to various health needs. Additionally, Davaindia’s natural solutions for weight loss and overall health provide a comprehensive approach to well-being, aligning with the growing consumer preference for holistic and sustainable health practices. Davaindia emphasis on natural ingredients and holistic wellness aligns perfectly with the changing consumer preferences in the country.
Ayurveda’s appeal lies in its holistic approach, emphasizing the use of medicinal plants and herbs for internal healing, illness prevention, and overall well-being. Ayurvedic products harness the power of natural ingredients such as neem, ashwagandha, aloe vera, turmeric, and others, catering to skin care, hair care, and oral care.