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Welcome to ASA Pharmaceuticals
The manufacture and packing of ASA Pharmaceuticals is done at the farm site itself. Tulsi ark is free from harmful chemicals and preservatives. At ASA Pharmaceuticals it is our constant Endeavour to give you the best. Our dedicated team of customer service operatives helps you in reaching out for our quality product. Our satisfied customers are the proof of our good quality and effective service that is being provided us. The ASA Pharmaceuticals team under the guidance of our experienced team leaders provides constructive feedback of various changing trends in the marketing of our products. This helps in improving our standards and as a whole.
About Us
ASA Pharmaceuticals is envisaged the idea of providing the people with the best of health product which are natural and are of the highest quality. The products are of great value for money as the result is far more satisfying. Repeated use of ASA Pharmaceuticals Product Helps in the overall goodness of our Health. At ASA Pharmaceuticals our motto is “Customer Deserves The Best” So, it produces the best and reaches out to the customers in best possible manner.
Ocimum Sanctum
Ocimum Sanctum is a Latin term meaning ‘sacred fragrant lipped basil’; native to tropical Asia, this plant is more commonly referred to as Tulsi or ‘the incomparable one’ in Hindi.
Ocimum Gratissimum
Ocimum Gratissimum is an herb used in making anti-bacterial medicines. Belonging to Lamiaceae family and Ocimum genus this herb mainly grows in India, Africa and parts of South-East Asia.
Ocimum Canum
Ocimum Canum belongs to the Lamiaceae family. This annual plant is native to the African continent and grows to a height of 2 feet. It is also known as the African basil with a distinct mint flavor, with hairy leaves and scented flowers.
Ocimum Bassilium
Sweet Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is unusual among the many culinary herbs in the mint family (Lamiaceae=Labiateae) in that it is thought to have its origins in India. This plant has been cultivated in India and the Middle East since ancient times and was known to the Greeks and Romans.