Sanjeevani Herbal Exports & Traders
Sanjeevani Herbal Exports & Traders Sanjeevani Herbal Exports & Traders
Sanjeevani Herbal Exports & Traders Sanjeevani Herbal Exports & Traders
Sanjeevani Herbal Exports & Traders

Sanjeevani Herbals, one of the leading manufacturers and exporters of herbal products has set new benchmarks in the industry with its quality products
Sanjeevani Herbal Exports & Traders


As a well established, professionally managed company, our aim is to steadily expand our capacity as well as our client base by offering authentic and pure herbal products. All natural ingredients and aromatic herbs are used to make our products. Our products are genuine and high in quality which acts as a differentiator from other products. We focus on quality and aim to achieve total customer satisfaction, both in the products we offer and in the service that follows. We lay high emphasis on quality that is combined with the latest technology to offer our customers a competitive edge.

Moringa Products

We are engaged in the fast and efficient production of high quality products that have found acceptance worldwide. Our product details are given below.


3 month supply of Moringa capsules. 3 bottles of 60 capsules each. 100% natural / 100% safe.
Latin name: Moringa Oleifera
English name: Drumstick (or)Horseradish tree
Ingredients: 100% Moringa leaves
Content: 60 caps, 120 caps and 180 caps/bottle
Direction: 1 caps each time, 2 times a day
These are all natural, no additives,
fillers or synthetics added.
We fill capsules with 100% certified Moringa powder.
Moringa is the Tree of Life.
This delicious plant may provide the boost in energy, nutrition and health you've been seeking!!

It can rebuild weak bones, enrich anemic blood and enable a malnourished mother to nurse her starving baby. ounce for ounce it has calcium of 4 glasses of milk, the Vitamin C of 7 oranges, and the potassium of 3 bananas.
Doctors use it to treat diabetes in West Africa and high blood pressure in India.
Moringa is reported to contain properties which help rheumatism, arthritis and other joint afflictions as well as being cardiac and circulatory stimulants. Biological studies have confrimed that the herb, Moringa, has anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and diurectic activities.


Cold processing method is used to extract oil from moringa seeds. Known as the most stable natural oil, it is a good source of Behenic acid in nature and is used as a preservative in food industries.

Process Method :
The oil is obtained by cold pressing method.
Appearance :
The oil is liquid at ambient temperature, translucent and pale yellow in color.
Density at 20��C = 0.908 Viscosity at 20��C = 92.6 cP
Melting Point = 21��C Smoke point = 230��C
Iodine Index=68 Saponification Index = 192

Fatty Acid Composition :
Fatty Acid Percentage
Myristic 14:0 0.1
Palmitic 5.0
Palmitoleic 16:1 n-9 1.4
Stearic 18:0 5.2
Oleic 18:1 70.7
Linoleic 18:2 1.5
Arachidic 20:0 3.7
Eicosenoic 20:1 2.3
Behenic 22:0 8.1
Tetracosenic 24:0 0.1
Cerotic 16:0 1.3

Oil Quantity :
Moisture Content = 0.043 %
Acidity Oleic = 0.3 %
Peroxide index = 3.5 meq / Kg

Resistance to Oxidation (Rancimat): Induction Time at 100��C > 87 hours
Induction Time at 130��C = 10.6 hours

Iron = 15 ppm
Copper < 5 ppm
Phosphorous = 13 ppm


Moringa Leave's Medicinal qualities

Juice from the leaves is believed to have a stabilizing effect on blood pressure and is used to treat anxiety. It is believed to control glucose levels in cases of diabetes.
Mixed with honey and followed by a drink of coconut milk 2 or 3 times a day, leaves are used as a remedy for diarrhea, dysentery and colitis.
Leaf juice, sometimes with carrot juice added, is used as a diuretic. Eating leaves is recommended in cases of gonorrhea because of the diuretic action.
Leaves and buds are rubbed on the temples for headache.
A poultice is made from fresh leaves and applied to reduce glandular swelling
Leaf juice is used as a skin antiseptic
Leaves are used to treat fevers, bronchitis, eye and ear infections, scurvy, and catarrh (inflammation of the mucus membrane).
Leaves are considered to be anthelmintic ( able to kill intestinal worms)
Leaves are used as a purgative.
Eating leaves is believed to increase a woman's milk production and is sometimes prescribed for anemia.

Nutritional Value of Leaves and Pods

Analysis of moringa pods, Fresh (raw) leaves and dried leaf powder have shown them to contain the following per 100gms of edible portion:

Pods Leaves Leaf Powder
Moisture (%) 86.9 75.0 7.5
Calories 26 92 205
Protein (g) 2.5 6.7 27.1
Fat (g) 0.1 1.7 2.3
Carbohydrate (g) 3.7 13.4 38.2
Fiber (g) 4.8 0.9 19.2
Minerals (g) 2.0 2.3 -
Ca (mg) 30 440 2,003
Mg (mg) 24 24 368
P (mg) 110 70 204
K (mg) 259 259 1,324
Cu (mg) 3.1 1.1 0.57
Fe (mg) 5.3 7 28.2
S (mg) 137 137 870
Oxalic acid (mg) 10 101 1.6%
Vitamin A B Carotene (mg) 0.11 6.8 16.3
Vitamin B Choline (mg) 423 423 -
Vitamin B1 thiamin (mg) 0.05 0.21 2.64
Vitamin B2 riboflavin (mg) 0.07 0.05 20.5
Pods Leaves Leaf Powder
Oxalic acid (mg) 10 101 1.6%
Vitamin A B Carotene (mg) 0.11 6.8 16.3
Vitamin B Choline (mg) 423 423 -
Vitamin B1 thiamin (mg) 0.05 0.21 2.64
Vitamin B2 riboflavin (mg) 0.07 0.05 20.5
Vitamin B3 nicotic acid (mg) 0.2 0.8 8.2
Vitamin C ascorbic acid (mg) 120 120 17.3
Vitamin E tocopherol acetate (mg) - - 113
Arginine (g/16g N) 3.6 6.0 1.33%
Histidine (g/16g N) 1.1 2.1 0.61%
Lysine (g/16g N ) 1.5 4.3 1.32%
Tryptophan (g/ 16g N) 0.8 1.9 0.43%
Phenylanaline (g/16g N) 4.3 6.4 1.39%
Methionline (g/16g N) 1.4 2.0 0.35%
Threonine (g/16g N) 3.9 4.9 1.19%
Leucine (g/16g N) 6.5 9.3 1.95%
Isoleucine (g/16g N) 4.4 6.3 0.83%
Valine (g/16g N) 5.4 7.1 1.06%


Fresh drumstick fruit
Drumstick powder
Moringa oil
Moringa seed
Moringa seeds(PKM1and PKM2)
Moringa leaf powder
Moringa leaf
Moringa pickle
Moringa tea powder
Moringa fruit powder
Moringa seed kernel
Moringa cake powder
Moringa root
Moringa soup powder
Moringa Juice powder
Moringa capsule


(Nelumbo Nucifera Gaertn (Nymphaeaceae), Nelumbium Nelumbo Druce)

Understanding the subtle importance of the Lotus

Lending to its uniqueness, the flower grows in murky waters and rises on a long stalk above the surface to bloom glorious. Untouched by the impurity, lotus symbolizes the purity of heart and mind. It also symbolizes the the last and final lotus - Charan Kamal or lotus feet of the Almighty. Since the seeds have been found to last for thousands of years and still perfect for re-germination, it is a symbol of strong vital force that could withstand extremely adverse conditions. The lotus flower thus represents long life, health, honor and good luck. Especially in Buddhism, where this flower is valued very highly. It was this depth of thought that made the founding fathers of modern India enshrine the lotus in the Constitution as the National Flower.

Parts Offered

We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Lotus Flower, Lotus Seeds, Lotus Stem, Lotus Leaves.


Perennial aquatic herb. Root-stock stout, cylindrical, embedded in the mud. Leaves peltate, radiately nerved, margins wavy, petiole long, aculeate, inserted in the middle of the leaf. Flowers large, solitary, handsome and fragrant, rosy or white, carpels numerous, ovoid, fleshy, sunk separately in cavities of receptacle, maturing into nut-like achenes, skin hard and blackish-brown when ripe.

Chemical Constituents

The leaves contain alkaloids, nuciferine, romerine, nor-nuciferine and the flabonoid, quercetin. The plumules yield proteins, sugars and vitamins. The receptacles contain quercetin.

Cosmetic Uses

Seeds: cardiac tonic, seminal tonic, astringent, sedative, refrigerant, strengthens kidneys, clears phlegm, clears inflammation of eyes.


The lotus is one of the world�s most celebrated flowers. From time immemorial to the present day, it has always been in folklore, religion and the arts in one form or the other. Apart from its majestic beauty, the Lotus is held sacred because of the mystical effects it can produce.

The ripe seeds produce a wholesome effect in cases of Neurathenia, spermatorrhea, and metrorthoea. The leaves are the seed cores in decoction are effective of insomnia and haemorrhage and haemotemesis.

The flowers, seeds, young leaves and rhizomes are edible, while the big leaves, 2 feet in diameter, are used to wrap food in. Plant�s rhizomes are a source of lotus meal which is rich in starch. It was often smoked or made into a tea with the idea that it would create a feeling of joy that permeated the mind and body.

The stamens (The male reproductive organ of a flower) can be dried and made into a fragrant herbal tea (Tea-like drink made of leaves of various herbs). The seeds or nuts are quite versatile, and can be eaten raw or dried and popped like popcorn (Small kernels of corn exploded by heat). They can also be boiled down until soft and made into a paste. Combined with sugar, lotus seed paste is a common ingredient in pastries such as mooncakes, daifuku and (Grains used as food either unpolished or more often polished) rice (Fine powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a cereal grain) flour (Any of various soft sweet desserts thickened usually with flour and baked or boiled or steamed) pudding.


INDIAN AYURVEDIC TRIPHALA (Emblica Officinalis, Terminalia Chebula,Terminalia Belerica)

Product Description

Triphala is The Three Fruits of Ayurveda Colon Cleanser Systemic Alterative
Three herbs Three thousands years Three billion people
If you were to take just one supplement, TAKE Triphala!

The Story

Triphala, formulated by Ayurvedic physicians thousands of years ago and used by literally billions of people since, is considered the most effective and safest laxative and colon tonic by most health care practitioners. Where other colon formulas are depleting, Triphala is mild, non-habit forming, and a rejuvenative.

The Herbs

Triphala ( trifala ) is so effective because its three herbs are potent healers Amalaki, Emblica Officinalis, one of Ayurveda's greatest rejuvenators and a strong natural anti-oxidant, also helps to boost the immune system. Balances Pitta. Haritaki, Terminalia Chebula, the Tibetan "king of medicine", a classic heart-brain-longevity tonic, is often depicted in the extended palm of the Buddha. Balances Vata. Bibhitaki, Terminalia Belerica, a powerful rejuvenative that reduces liver and heart disease, also improves the voice, vision and promotes the growth of hair. Balances Kapha.

The Result

Feel pure, light and revitalized Remove toxins, accumulations, gas and distention Nourish your nervous system, blood and muscle Increase digestion, assimilation and reduce fat Detoxify every system in the body Regulate and vitalize your metabolism

The Use

Triphala is the one formula recommended for everybody.
Triphala is gentle for people of all ages, from children to seniors.
Triphala is balancing for people with all types of constitutions.
Take 1 to 4 Capsules at bedtime with warm water.

Traditional Ayurvedic Qualities and Uses of Triphala

Taste: Sweet, sour, pungent, astringent, bitter
Virya: Warm
Vipaka: Sweet, Sour, Pungent
Guna: Light and dry
Dosha: Tridoshic, meaning it balances all constitutions
Prabhava: Rasayan, which means it builds Ojas, innate strength
Pharmacology: Adaptogenic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti fungal, anti yeast, antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-tumor, bloodpressure lowering, cholesterol lowering, digestive, diuretic, laxative

Indications: anemia, bowel toxicity, irregularity, Chronic lung disease, constiation, diarrhea, eye disease, High cholesterol, hypertension, indigestion, skin disorders, yeast infections


Shatawari, Shatamuli-ASPARAGUS RACEMOSUS.

Product Description



It belongs to the family of Liliaceae. Shatawari means �who possesses a hundred husbands? It is considered both a general tonic and a female reproductive tonic. Shatawari is the main Ayurvedic rejuvenative tonic for the female, as is Withania for the male. Shatawari is however, used for sexual debility and infertility in both sexes. It is also used for menopausal symptoms and to increase lactation.

Remedies For Galactagogue [Production of Milk], Immunomodulator, Aphrodisiac [Sexual Tonic], Mucilaginous, Refrigerant, Diuretic, Ant dysenteric, Nutritive Tonic, Demulcent, Antispasmodic, Adaptogen, Anti tussive, Antioxidant, Antibacterial, Cytoprotective, Anti-Oxytocic, Anti diarrhoeal.

Product offered: Dried Roots

Sanjeevani Coleus


Product Description

Coleus forskohlii is an important traditional Ayurvedic herb that has been a part of Indian medicine for centuries. In the 1970s, researchers isolated a chemically active ingredient in the herb and called it forskolin. Now available in supplement form, this extract has been tested in a number of conditions.

Forskolin - Coleus Forskohlii Extract, 60 Capsules - Enzymatic Therapy

Forskolin extract is produced from the root of Coleus forskohlii, an ancient Ayurvedic plant. Coleus is the source of a unique substance known as forskolin. Modern extraction and analytical techniques are used to produce the highest quality extract available. Each batch of Coleus Forskohlii extract is analyzed and guaranteed to contain a minimum of 18% forskolin.

Forskolin Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1 capsule

Coleus Forskohlii root extract - 50 mg
Standardized to contain 18%
Forskolin (9 mg per capsule)*

Suggested use: One capsule forskolin from coleus forskohlii once or twice daily before breakfast or lunch.



Product Description

TURMERIC - Curcuma longa

Do you want Beautiful Skin?

Turmeric has been used for thousands of years by Indian Women to make their skin beautiful and blemish free. Do you want Protection from Tumors and Cancer? Clinical trials strongly suggest that Turmeric offers triple protection against cancer by neutralizing carcinogens, by increasing the integrity of the cell so that it can withstand the presence of carcinogens, and by inhibiting the growth of tumors.

Do you want Anti-Oxidant protection from Stress and Pollution?

Turmeric as an Anti-Oxidant is 5 times more powerful than Vitamin E.

Do you want to remove Pain and Inflammation?

Studies show that Turmeric out performs even cortisone.

Do you want protection from AIDS?

AIDS Research shows that Turmeric inhibits HIV replication and boosts the Immune system.

Do you want to get rid of Parasites?

Turmeric is a potent antibiotic, anti-viral, anti-microbe.


Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is much more than the familiar spice that gives curry blends their yellow colour and imparts to them a slightly bitter or astringent taste. It is an amazing healing plant that has not only been valued for its therapeutic properties in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for thousands of years but also has a significant role to play here in the West in the prevention and treatment of a wide range of modern day problems. It is an excellent natural antibiotic, and one of the best detoxifying herbs by virtue of its beneficial effect on the liver, a powerful antioxidant with health-promoting effects on the cardiovascular, skeletal and digestive systems. Through its beneficial effect on the ligaments, it is highly valued by those who practise Hatha Yoga.

The medicinal part of turmeric comes from the fleshy underground rhizomes of a perennial plant from the same family as ginger with large lily-like leaves that can grow to about 3 feet high. The rhizomes are harvested in winter, boiled or steamed, and then dried. Most turmeric is available as a powder.

Beneficial Properties

Turmeric not only enhances the flavour of food but also aids digestion, particularly of protein, promotes absorption and regulates metabolism. It is an excellent spice to add to cooking if concerned about weight. Turmeric helps to regulate intestinal flora and is well worth taking during and after a course of antibiotics and by those suffering from Candida or thrush. It has a long history of use for eradicating worms. I have frequently prescribed turmeric for digestive problems such as indigestion, heartburn, wind, bloating, colic and diarrhoea. It has a soothing and bolstering effect on the mucosa of the gut and boosts stomach defences against excess acid, drugs and other irritating substances ingested and from the effects of stress, thereby reducing the risk of gastritis and ulcers. It is said to lower blood sugar in diabetics.

Turmeric has beneficial effects in the liver, which include stimulating the flow of bile, protecting against damage from toxins1 and improving the metabolism of fats. By enhancing liver function, turmeric helps to cleanse the blood of toxins and impurities. It has been shown to lower harmful cholesterol levels, to inhibit blood clotting by blocking prostaglandin production2 and to help prevent as well as remedy atherosclerosis, thus playing a significant role in the prevention of heart and arterial disease.

Turmeric contains constituents including curcumin, tumerone and zingiberone as well as high amounts of a carotene, equivalent to 50 IU of vitamin A per 100 grams.3 Probably the most important component is curcumin which gives turmeric its intense yellow colour. Curcumin is a powerful, yet safe anti-inflammatory agent, excellent for treating inflammatory problem such as arthritis, liver and gall bladder problems. It has been found to block the production of certain prostaglandins and to have effects on a par with cortisone and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs but without the side effects.4,5 I have observed that taking turmeric daily has an excellent anti-inflammatory effect, improving morning stiffness, joint swelling and pain with movement experienced by rheumatoid arthritis sufferers.

Turmeric has powerful antioxidant properties, is reported to protect against the development of cancer, and has a long history of use in the treatment of various cancers; enhancing the production of cancer-fighting cells,6,7 protecting against environmental toxins, with an immune-enhancing effect and powerful antibacterial properties. In China it is used to treat the early stages of cervical cancer. An alcohol extract of turmeric applied externally in skin cancer has been shown to reduce itching, relieve pain and promote healing. In fact turmeric has been found to be highly effective at inhibiting recurring melanoma in people at high risk.8 Research has also demonstrated its protective effects against colon and breast cancer.

Turmeric has long been popular as a remedy for treating respiratory infections such as colds, sore throats, coughs and fevers, skin problems such as acne and psoriasis, and kidney and bladder problems. It can successfully inhibit infection whether bacterial, viral or fungal.

Dietary Inclusion and Applications

Turmeric can be eaten regularly and liberally as a culinary spice. To treat infections and digestive problems the powder can be added to herbal teas, stirred into honey or hot water. The usual daily dose of turmeric is ¼-½ (one quarter to one half) a teaspoon of the powder two to three times daily between meals. Alternatively you can take two or three cupfuls of the tea between meals. To make the tea, place ½ (one half) a teaspoon of powder in a small pot, pour over a cup of boiling water, leave to infuse for five minutes, then strain. You can add ginger or cardamom to add more flavour. Curcumin can be taken in capsules as a supplement, at a dose of 250-500 mg three times daily. Combining curcumin with bromelain may enhance its absorption and activity.

Powdered turmeric mixed with water or Aloe vera gel can be made into a paste and applied to insect bites, spots and pimples, inflamed and infected skin problems including scabies and fungal infestation, and infected wounds. I have found it very successful when treating acne, eczema and psoriasis although care has to be taken with the amount of turmeric used because it can colour the skin yellow. Mixed with honey or Aloe vera gel, it has been used traditionally to treat sprains, strains and bruises. A little powder stirred into warm water makes an excellent mouthwash to treat inflamed gums and relieve toothache.

Sanjeevani - Jeevani


Product Description

JEEVANI enhances endurance and speeds physical and mental recovery times; an herbal supplement with a precedent setting history and fantastic qualities: anti-stress, anti-fatigue, adaptogenic.

Jeevani is a blend of four powerful herbs. Its essential ingredient is the fruit of the arogyappacha plant, a wild herb which grows on the Agasthyar Hills, in the State of Kerala, southern IndiaJeevani ,a general tonic and revitaliser, is a very popular product in great demand.

Indications: All kinds of exhaustion, fatigue, feeling of weakness, mentally stressful situation. For regaining proper health after illness.

Jeevani contains Withania somnifera (Aswagandha),. A tonic, alliterative, astringent, aphrodisiac and nervine sedative. It increases fresh energy and vigour in a system worn out owing to any constitutional disease or from overexertion, Evolvalus alsinoides (Vishnukranthi) A tonic, alliterative, febrifuge, also antihelmintic and antiphlogistic and Trichopus zeylanicus (Arogyappacha) A safe, anti stress, anti fatigue, appetite - promoting & restorative herbal tonic for people of all age groups. It serves as a stimulant and a powerful stamina booster.

Dosage: 2.5 grams twice daily with warm water.
Presentation: Bottle of granules - 75 gms


Our company has always endeavored for attaining impeccable quality and all round excellence. One of the main reasons for our success, is emphasis on stringent quality control systems and ongoing research and development activity. It is only after going through stringent quality tests and fulfilling the required criteria that the products are considered ready for the market. Our team of experts maintains a strict vigil on the manufacturing process to ensure the quality of our products.


We possess a well equipped production unit that is backed by sophisticated technology. We have well-equipped laboratory to ensure the consistent quality of the products. Considerable research is carried out, both in the development of existing herbal products as well as into new products. Our company has its own well equipped R&D department, where all raw materials before use and finished products after manufacturing are tested by qualified staff.


We have a network of clients spread all over the globe. Our clientele consists of high profile and quality conscious clients. The overwhelming response of our clients has encouraged us to elevate our standard of excellence.

Please don't hesitate to ask for more about our products.

Contact Us

Sanjeevani Herbals
B-39, TNHB, Salem-636 007,
Tamil Nadu, India.
Phones: +91-427-3918300, 3918301, 3918302, 3918303.
              +91-427-3919300, 3048300,
Phone/Fax: +91-427-233 2463.
Mobile: + 91-98658 34300.

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