Spread over 100 acres our herbal plantation consists of Safed Musli, Ashwagandha, Kaucha, Shankapushpi, Shatavari, Jivanti and several other herbs that are useful and necessary for Ayurvedic formulations.
Medicinal herbal plantation has been done under matured trees and along with other tree plantation. Since the farm spreads over a large area, the place displays many varieties of different medicinal plants on aesthetically designed herbal beds.
Landscaping has been given important consideration for the development of this farm. Meandering walkways and aesthetically designed herbal beds add to the beauty. Effective use of locally available raw material has been made resulting in a soothing design that blends with the natural forest surroundings. Presence of water bodies and circuitous walkways add aesthetic appeal.
All traditional herbal formulations deliver the perfect advantages of universal ayurvedic remedy, in complete harmony with nature herself! Ayurveda teaches you to live in such a manner that the disease process does not occur in the first place.
Shathdouth Ghrita or 100 times washed ghee is used frequently in treating skin diseases in Ayurveda.
Brahmi Ghrita is an excellent tonic for the brain, Indicated in epilepsy, insanity and memory weakness. No doubt Brahmi is the most excellent natural source available for increasing the mental performance and enhancing the brain skills.
Ashwagandha roots blended in Cow's Ghee (clarified butter oil) Ghrita as base. Ashwagandha is an immunity enhancing, anti oxidant and stress alleviator herb. It helps in fatigue, impotency and waning memory.
Jivanti with several other herbs mixed in a base of Ghee Ghrita. Jivanti is a restorative and general tonic.
Sanjivani Emu Farm
Spread over a very large land area, our farm is located about 7 kms. from Bodeli near Baroda in Gujarat. We, presently, have a population of over 200 Emu birds, which will surely grow in the coming months. Our repertoire is vast and we offer several services, principal among them, include Emu eggs, Emu chicks and Emu birds with genetically sturdy DNA.
Backed by an adequately qualified personnel, trained labourers and state-of-the-art machnery and equipments, we have accomplished commendable expertise and mastery in Emu Farming and one day very soon, our aim is to make the Emu bird as common a name as the chicken in India. Significant development work is proposed in the near future. Please visit the Sanjivani Emu Farm website by clicking here. (The link will open in a new window.)
In addition to our Emu farm, we have recently established our dairy farm and have livestock of about 100 cows and 50 goat. The milk produced is used in extracting clarified butter and subsequently the Grith. Manure output (cow-dung) is used to fuel our Gobar gas plant and the resultant slurry used as natural fertilizer for our herbal plantation. We have ample supply of potable water from a natural well as also a couple of bore-wells on the farm property.