BVG Life Sciences Limited partners with Gujarat Government For Innovation in Ayurveda and Herbal Healthcare
Pune: BVG Life Sciences Limited (BVG), the Pune-based next-generation health and wellness company has partnered with Gujarat Student Startup and Innovation Hub (i-Hub) under the Education Department, Government of Gujarat to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in Ayurveda and Herbal Healthcare, under i-Hub’s initiative Mind To Market. Under this partnership, BVG will mentor innovative herbal healthcare projects, and help them commercialize them with incubation support from i-Hub.
Shripad Naik, Union Minister of State, Ministry of AYUSH launched the partnership on 21 Dec 2020 in a virtual event also attended by Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, Education Minister, Government of Gujarat and Smt Vibhavariben Dave, MoS, Women & Child Welfare, Education (Primary & Secondary) & Pilgrimages, Government of Gujarat.
Under the partnership, BVG and i-Hub will work together to facilitate, incubate and promote innovations in Ayurveda and Herbal healthcare. This will include things like researching medicinal plants both within and beyond ancient texts, developing modern format medicines from ancient formulations, developing modern formulations, finding cures to modern-day ailments, and many others.
H.R. Gaikwad, Chairman & Managing Director, BVG Life Sciences Limited, said, “Ayurveda and Herbal have great potential in sustainable healthcare and in protecting the human body from various modern-day ailments. India already has a rich history of formulations in Ayurveda and herbal. However, these medicines have not been scientifically tested and documented in the format that modern-day medicines are. Hence, even though their results are exceptional, their acceptability is lesser than the modern-day medicines. We are working to achieve a blend of nature and science. We are thankful to the Government of Gujarat for joining hands with us and we assure that together we will contribute significantly to the health of the world.” Read More