Kangra Herb have 700 (each of 100 sqmt) hi- tech green houses of our own as a backup cultivation and role model for raw herb vendors. Nearly 10000 acres of herb cultivation is through vendors.
Herbs are identified using the traditional "organoleptic" method (examining the shape, feeling the texture, smelling the fragrance, and tasting the material). In addition, microscopic examination is used to confirm the identity in terms of characteristic fine features of the materials.
A Fourier Transfer Infra-Red (FTIR) spectrophotometer (left) and computer display of data (right) can help confirm the identity of herbs or herb mixtures.
The manufacturing plant uses automatic, high-speed punching, coating and filling machines. All Machine Contact parts are made of SS-316-L This enables us to produce phytopharmaceuticals 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.
Our Manufacturing Policy Raw materials used in the manufacturing of products are authentic, of prescribed quality and are free from contamination.
The manufacturing process complies with SOPs as prescribed to maintain the standards.
Adequate quality control measures are adopted. Quality control measures including IPQC are stringent.
The manufactured products released for sale are of highest international quality and user friendly.
Kangra Herb Pvt Limited is equipped with the most modern state-of-art plant to manufacture Herbal Products forms like-
Pure herbs are cultivated by local farmers and supplied to KHPL. The inventories are carefully managed based on past usage levels; by doing so, future needs are always met without concerns and stored materials are not retained for excessive periods, maintaining a fresh supply of herbs for manufacturing.
The containers are carefully labeled to assure quick and easy identification of contents. The purity and shelf-life of herbs is assured by cleaning them, removing pests, and storing under ideal conditions. Herb materials may be washed with plenty of clean water prior to carrying out any processing.
A modern high speed herb grinder ( left) attains speeds up to 9,000 rpm to convert the crunched herbs into fine powder that releases all its components when ingested. The processing is very quick and avoids overheating the herb materials. Powders are then sieved in an electronic device ( right) to assure uniformity of the finished powder.
The extract from the different herbs, like neem, ashwagandha, mulati, amla, etc. can be obtained in an extractor with the help of water or other solvents or with a combination of both. The extracted material is filtered and concentrated in a vacuum evaporator. Finally the concentrated material dried in vacuum drier to yield powder.
We believe in total quality management and total quality compliance. In addition to our own quality control we do validation of our own products through independent laboratory testing also.
Kangra Herb has 2 clinics of their own. One is near Production Unit (Durgella, Dharamsala, Himachal) and the other is at Rohini, New Delhi
Kangra Herb has 3 Herbal health centres right now. 1 is owned by Kangra Herb and the rest of 2 are through partners.
Company has development one Model at Village Durgell, Dharmsala, Distt. Kangra, Soon over 1000 such centre will opened globally.
Kangra Herb has 1 Herbal education facility at Durgella, Dharamsala, Himachal and the 2nd is at Gharanu where Rare Snow grown herbs are shown.