The Himalaya Drug Company was founded in 1930 in the city of Dehradun, India. The first product was Serpina in 1934, with antihypertensive effect, from the plant Rauwolfia serpentina.
The company developed and production was moved to Makala, as well as to other parts of India. In 1975, the existing production facility in the city of Bangalore, Makali, was upgraded. This represents the beginning of modern production. In 1991, the product development and safety department was moved to this city. Today, the company is headquartered in the city of Bangalore.
The company is named after the Himalayan mountain range. For centuries, the Himalayas have been a pure and sublime ideal, the aspiration of man to discover the secret of nature, these are the basic goals of the company. In addition, a large number of plants used in the products originate from the Himalayas. The “Himalaya” logo visually explains its identity. The leaf, which extends transversely over the letter "X", shows the company's focus on plants, green is closer to nature, and orange represents warmth and promises good health.
From the beginning of the company's work, the main goals are the development, quality and safety of new products. Priorities are to bring the user closer to well-tested, effective and safe natural products. The research and development part of the Himalaya company is focused on product development, quality control and standardization. The complete production, from growing the plants to the final product, takes place in India. The obligation of this company is to invest in professional staff and technology. Modern automatic machines for filling, tableting and coating tablets are used in the production.
Each product is tested for years, before it appears on the market. This enables the creation of standardized, safe and efficient multicomponent plant products. Confirmation that "Himalaya Drug Company" provides high quality and durability of the product is the ISO 9001: 2000 certificate obtained in 2003. This certificate represents the world standard in terms of product quality.
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