Introduction to Aloevera
Aloe vera belongs to the family Liliacae and is mainly cultivated for its thick fleshy leaves. There are 300 known species of Aloevera in the world out of which Aloe Barbadensis Miller is considered as the best type with 95% of medicinal properties.
In India Aloe, Vera has been referring to as "kumari’ in Ayurvedic treatments where it was popularly use to treat the sore eyes, abrasions and wounds. Aloe is use in various forms including pulp, juice, aloe medicines, cosmetics etc .Aloe Vera is full of medicinal properties & it is effective in treating various body ailments.
Medicinal uses Scientists over the world have researched that Aloevera has important role in treating 320 major diseases Aloevera has now been accredited by “American Food & Drug Bureau E.E.C. (European Agency) & The Islamic Seal for its great medicinal value.Aloe Vera is used in skin-care products e.g shampoo, cream, herbal powder etc. by various national & international cosmetic companies. it is useful in treating constipation, coughs sinus, wounds, ulcers, diabetes, cancer, liver disorder, kidney disorder, jaundice, headaches, arthritis, asthma, T.B., immune-system deficiencies, anti- inflammatory, minor vaginal irritations, to treat dandruff and sticky hair.Farmers in India regularly faces problem like lack of rain, low ground water level, soil degradation etc. therefore cultivation of aloe Vera would be beneficial as it requires minimum usage of water & the returns from it would be more than 50,000 yearly per acre. According to market demand, many processing units have already established in the country & according to an estimation, more than 300 industries are processing Aloe Vera leaf.Therefore, there is an unlimited market potential in India for the“Sanjeevani “of modern times – Aloe Vera
Hahnemann charitable mission society, an ISO certified NGO, established in the year 1996 is working in the area of commercialization of medicinal plants & assisting farmers in cultivating such plants so that farmers get financial freedom. HCMS is promoting Aloe Vera cultivation all over India. HCMS has well qualified & experienced technical staff for farming, setting up & monitoring Aloe Vera Cultivation. The organization has employed technical advisers, Agronomists & field officers.HCMS has its own grinding/packing houses, nurseries, warehouses and research institutes supporting the smooth and swift processing.
1. Industry establishment by HCMS whose production is 3000 kg per day.
2. We have trained around 400 farmers for Aloe vera cultivation.
3. HCMS has already promoted approx.2000 acres land under Aloe Vera cultivation in Rajasthan & also helped in its marketing.
Aloe Vera and other medicinal & horticulture cultivation will be the milestone for the country’s development. Any person interested in farming can contact us for information regarding this cultivation on below undersigned.
Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022