Most currently available health supplements are general supplements that lack a functional impact. As a result, customers buy and consume multiple health supplements with no significant visible or biochemical outcomes.
A Singapore company has developed a database of clinically useful herbs and functional herbal blends designed for targeted health benefits, using specific ratios of herbs for effective outcomes. This database is based on the knowledge of Ayurveda medicine, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Traditional Arabic and Islamic Medicine (TAIM) and Unani medicine.
The company is seeking a collaboration with food (included functional food), nutraceutical and supplement companies. The partnership could be for R&D cooperation, licensing or OEM supply of ingredients. They are also actively looking for a partner to participate in the German and EUREKA innovation calls respectively.
The technology on offer is a functional proprietary database of clinically useful herbs based on clinical research and trials that is continually updated and expanded. The database currently has 166 Ayurveda herbs, 76 TCM herbs and 26 Unani herbs.
This database was derived through work with herbalists, farmers and ground sources over a span of three years. The scientific processing and standardisation for each herb was developed based on international quality control guidelines, including heavy metals and microbiological profile testing.
Using this database of clinically useful herbs and scientific references, the company has developed customisable, clinically tested, functional and holistic polyherbal nutraceuticals. The all-natural poly-herbal blend was designed using a specific ratio of herbs with a particular function, which has effective outcomes.
These herbal and multi-micronutrient formulation blends target health conditions such as the following:
All the products are Halal certified, GMO- and chemical filler-free.
This technology offers the potential to target multiple markets including the following:
The benefits of this database of clinically useful herbs and functional herbal blends include: