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Khandige Organic Health Products Pvt Ltd

No. 63. Amruthnagar Main Road Konankunte , Bangalore- 560062
Karnataka , India  India


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Khandige Organic Health Products Pvt Ltd - Bangalore

The promoter family has been leaders in the field of holistic and sustainable agriculture and education since 1800  with roots to cultivation and practicing Ayurveda. Since inception, the aim of the company has been to make available the best quality certified organic nutritional supplements,medicines, food and well-being products to the discerning customers while striving beyond WHO standards in all aspects.

Today the company owns 4 large estates amounting to over thousand acres of land holding, numerous farms and fully certified manufacturing facilities producing and marketing certified organic products in India and abroad.Almost all the important herbs are cultivated in company owned lands to ensure high standards of purity.

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Khandige’s first certified organic plantation measuring 107 acres is located in Shedimane, a small town close to Agumbe in the Western Gates, situated at an altitude of about 249 m above sea level. The estate is spread across the hill sides and receives very heavy rainfall from June to September measuring 2500 mm a year, the summers are hot with temperatures between 30-35 degree Celsius and the winters are cold with temperatures ranging from 18-20 degree Celsius.

This region is famous for its rich tropical evergreen fruit, which surround the farm. It is also home for the King Cobra, gaur, leopard, wild dogs apart from hornbills, peacocks, great barking deer, giant flying squirrel, macaque, babbler, barbet, blue jay, weaverbird, yellow lion ringed krait and other rare birds. We grow vanilla, cashew, spices like nutmeg, pepper etc.

Rare trees include like wild jack (Artocarpus hirsutus), tellicherry bark (Holarrhena antidysenterica), flowering-murdah (Terminalia paniculata), tooth-ache tree (Zanthoxylum armatum), Salacia oblonga, Myristica dactyloides, Garcinia gummi-gutta, Adenia hondala and Persia macrantha.

The Khandige estate spread across 1000 acres is located in the Sirumalai hills, an isolated group of hills in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu drained by three rivers of which 2 are perennial which flow through the Khandige estate before flowing into the plains as a series of waterfalls. The region receives an average of 120-132 cm rain during the months of October and December.

Surrounded by about 20-30,000 Ac of reserve forest, this estate has a natural wealth of flora and fauna, particularly medicinal plants, which has been left primarily untouched. The primary aim of this estate is to conserve the bio-diversity of the Western Ghats and to prevent or at least stall the destruction of this rich eco-system due to rampant deforestation.

Ayurveda is an ancient science of health care that is based on maintaining a fine balance between the mind, body and spirit of the person for the attainment of better health. Khandige produces Organic Ayurvedic Health Products, which are free from heavy metals and are either ayurvedic plant based or dairy based formulations, using time tested formulas and ancient recipes. All the inputs required are custom cultivated on our own certified organic plantations ensuring that no synthetic chemical traces creep into the final product.

Jivanamrtam is an herbal confection we strongly recommend to use regularly as a food supplement; particularly good for those who are prone to Cold, allergies, asthma & Congested Lungs. This is formulated using a number of herbs grown in companies own organic lands and garden. Some of the prime ingredients of Jivanamrtam like amalaki, satavari, asvagandha, vidari, haritaki, punarnava, guduci, bilva, pippali, jaggery, honey, ghee to mention a few are well known components.For adults 1-2 teaspoon daily and for children ½ to 1 teaspoon everyday.

Our Amalaki Rasayana is made from the finest quality organic mountain Amla. Amalaki or Amla is revered by Ayurvedic healers as a wonder fruit with a whole range of curative powers. It promotes eyesight, is a potent source of natural Vitamin C, promotes general well being and also has anti-ageing properties. It is traditionally used in the treatment of cough, asthma, bronchitis, rhinitis, colic, hyperacidity, skin diseases, and even osteoporosis and mental disorders.

Triphala Choorna is rich in Vitamin C, glucose, iron, calcium and other essential nutrients required for maintaining good health. Since the fruit is powdered in its natural form without any additive, it can be used as a safe herbal supplement for improved digestion, absorption and as a laxative. It is best taken in small quantities with a spoon of honey.

Mahanarayana Taila is one of the best ayurvedic medicated oils. It is attributed to Lord Narayana himself who recommended its use at the time of the epic battle between the Devas and Rakshasas to treat injuries & pain inflicted on them in the battle. Excellent for Arthritic Ailments, best for joint pains, relieves all kinds of nervous disorders & tremors, strengthens central nervous system and relieves mental stress, traditionally used for treating Paralytic disorders also.

Our Mahanarayana Taila is made from over 50 of the finest herbs of Ayurveda with organic cow milk and real saffron. All the ingredients of Khandige organic Mahanarayana Taila are procured from our own internationally certified organic farms to ensure highest quality and purity.


There was no time where either the stream of life or the stream of intelligence did not flow' says Charaka. Ayurveda was initially conceived by the Creator-Brahma along with the 4 Vedas - the 'Repository of human wisdom' and is considered as Upaveda of Atharwaveda by virtue of its proximity to Atharwaveda in its contents.

In fact Atharwaveda describes a number of diseases, and 4 types of management strategies viz, Atharvanee, Angeerasee, Daivee and Manushyaja with reference to treatment through holy chants, plant and animal parts, divine/propitiatory rites, and human contrivance by means of drugs, respectively in order to protect life. These strategies are elaborated further in the ayurvedic classics.

By going through the ancient ayurvedic works it is possible to consider 3 schools of Ayurveda which prevailed in ancient times, viz a) Athreya sampradaya (school of medicine) ,b) Dhanwantari or Susruta sampradaya (school of surgery),and c) Kashyapa sampradaya (school of pediatrics and obstetrics).

As mentioned earlier, Lord Brahma the propounder of Ayurveda imparted this science to Prajapati who in turn taught the same to Ashwins, the celestial twin physicians, they in turn taught Ayurveda to Indra. Up to this stage the lineage is common to all the 3 schools of Ayurveda. Thereafter, according to Athreya school sage Bharadwaja learns Ayurveda from Indra and imparts to sage Athreya who in turn teaches his disciples viz Agnivesha, Bhela, Hareeta, Jatukarna, Parashara, Ksharapani and others who wrote their individual treatises on Internal Medicine.

In case of Dhanwantari school, Dhanwatari or Divodasa learnt Ayurveda from Indra and taught the same to his students viz, Sushruta, Aupadhenava, Vaitarana, Aurabhra, Paushkalavata, Karaveerya, Gopurarakshita, Bhoja and others who later wrote their individual treatises on Surgery. In case of Kashyapa school, sage Kashyapa, Vasista, Atri, Bhrugu, their sons and disciples learnt Ayurveda from Indra and wrote their treaties on Kaumarabhrithya/(Pediatrics & Obstetrics).

Ayurveda is also called Astagaayurveda, with 8 divisions, viz, 1) Kaya (study and management of disorders related to digestion and metabolism), 2) Kaumarabhrithya (Pediatrics & Obstetrics) 3) Bhootavidya (study and management of disorders arising from super human influences like constellatory changes, evil spirits, etc) 4) Shalakya or Oordhwanga (study and management of ENT and Eye diseases), 5) Shalya chikitsa (Surgery), 6) Damstra (Toxicology including study and management of sting/bites, etc) 7) Rasayanatantra (Rejuvenation therapy/ Geriatrics& Gerontology) and 8) Vajeekaranatantra (study and management of disorders relating to reproduction and tt related to promotion of virility).

These 8 divisions are broad based but are interrelated. Therefore in order to understand Ayurveda well and be a good ayurvedist either as a teacher or practitioner it is necessary to study all the 8 divisions.

Although Ayurveda is understood as the science related to humanlife it will be interesting to know that there were different types of Ayurveda in the past. Hasty Ayurveda or Palakapyatantra dealing with elephants and their care, horses, cattles, etc referring to veterinary science has been mentioned by Hemadri the 14th century commentator on Astangahridaya.

He has also used the term Rasayurveda in another context. Sharngadharapadhati or Vrikshayurveda (medico botany) of Shangadhara of 14 AD mentions 'nana vrkshayurveda shastrebhyah', indicating there were many works in Sanskrit bearing on Vrikshayurveda . This enables one to conclude that Ayurveda was of different types like Hastyayurveda, Vrikshyaveda, etc in order to preserve the fauna and flora essential for protecting biodiversity and keeping the eco system in absolute balance, to the advantage of human society.

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Treatments For:

  • Allergy
  • Asthma
  • Joint Diseases

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