Stevia in india,stevia cultivation in india,stevia training,stevia plants,stevia project report

STEVIA

(MEETHI PATTI)

The Stevia rebaudiana is commonly known as sweet leaf, sugar leaf, or simply Stevia. This is widely grown for its sweet leaves. Stevia and Sunflower belong to asteraceae family. The sweet herb Stevia is becoming a major source of natural sweetener as an alternate of sugar. It is rapidly replacing the chemical sweetener like Splenda, Saccharine and Aspartame.

The plant is native to tropical and subtropical regions of North America and South America. There are near about 240 species of Stevia Genus. It is grown widely in countries like Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay and Venezuela. In Venezuela it is being used over 1500 years.

Stevia leaves are 30 times sweeter than normal sugar. The extract of stevia Rebaudioside-A is around 300-400 times sweeter than normal sugar. The sweetness of stevia also felt for long time.

There are two compounds in stevia leaves 1.) Stevioside(10%-20%) and 2.) Rebaudioside-A(1-3%). The Stevioside is stable at 100 °C this is main advantage of Steviocide over other sweetener.

Today stevia is ready to become King in the market of sweetener. As demand of low carbohydrate sweetener is rising day by day.

A good market is being developed for stevia domestically as well as internationally. This is a ray of hope for the diabetic patient. As it is natural source of sweetener. It is also used for the treatment of obesity and high blood sugar patient. There is not increase in sugar level after consumption of stevia as sweetener as substitute of normal sugar.

Stevia, therefor, opens up new avenues for crop diversification and a viable alternative to sugarcane. There is a potential to use Stevia in soft drinks, confectionery and bakery etc. Instead of sweeteners with known adverse side effects in the long run. Stevia prevents tooth decay with its microbial property . Majority of the supplementary food products for diabetic patients emphasize on the fibre & protein content the addition of the Stevia leaves, dried or in powder form, in such products would not only aid in increasing the natural sweetness but would also help in rejuvenating the pancreatic gland.

Apart from this, Stevia is nutrient rich, containing substantial amount of Protein, Magnesium, Miocene, riboflavin, Zinc, Chromium, Selenium, Calcium & Phosphorus, Besides Stevia can also be used as a house hold sweetener in preparation of most Indian sweetmeats.

There are different views about stevia in different countries. Countries like Japan and Korea; it is widely used as sweetener. In some countries use of stevia is banned. Initially US govt banned stevia but in year 2008 the extract of stevia Rebaudioside-A was approved as food additive. Today the number of countries is increasing where stevia is available

Stevia crop has good potential in India. There is low risk in this crop. The investment in stevia is also tax free as it is agriculture production. The return also starts to come early. As it is planted for five years so the cost of plantation also accrue one time in five in 5 years. There is high potential of return as compared to traditional crop.

USE OF STEVIA:-

Stevia is available in many forms. The choice is totally dependent amount of sweetness we want. The fresh leaves are least sweet and the extracted white powder is the sweetest.

FRESH STEVIA LEAVES

This form of stevia is the herb in its most natural, unrefined state. A leaf picked from a stevia plant and chewed will impart an extremely sweet taste sensation reminiscent of licorice that lasts for quite a while.

For stevia to have a more practical application as a tea or sweetener, the leaves must be dried or put through an extraction process, which makes the sweet taste even more potent.

DRIED LEAVES

For more of the flavor and sweet constituents of the stevia leaf to be released, drying and crushing is necessary. A dried leaf is considerably sweeter than a fresh one, and is the form of stevia used in brewing herbal tea.Dried stevia leaf may come in bulk or packaged like tea bags. You can also get it finely powdered. It has a greenish color and can be used in a wide variety of foods and beverages, including coffee, applesauce and hot cereals. You also can use it to make an herbal tea blend. Its distinctive flavor is reminiscent of licorice, which will blend very well with different aromatic spices, such as cinnamon and ginger.

STEVIA EXTRACTS

The form in which stevia is primarily used as a sweetener in Japan is that ofa white powdered extract. In this form it is approximately 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar (by weight).This white powder is an extract of the sweet glycosides (natural sweetening agents) in the stevia leaf.Not all stevia extract powders are the same. The taste, sweetness and cost of the various white stevia powders will likely depend on their degree of refinement and the quality of the stevia plant used. You may find that some powders have more of an aftertaste.Since extracted stevia powder is so intensely sweet, we recommend that it be used by the pinch (or drop if diluted in water). Once mixed, this solution should be stored in the refrigerator.

LIQUID CONCENTRATES

These come in several forms. There's a syrupy black liquid (that results from boiling the leaves in water), which can enhance the flavor of many foods. Another type is made by steeping stevia leaves in distilled water or a mix of water and grain alcohol. You can also find a liquid made from the white powder concentrate mixed with water, and preserved with grapefruit seed extract.

GROWING STEVIA

One need not be a South American planter to be a successful stevia grower. While the herb's native locale may make it appear somewhat exotic, it has proved to be quite adaptable and capable of being cultivated in climate zones as diverse as Florida and southern Canada.

True, home-grown stevia may lack the potency of refined white stevia extract; whole stevioside content generally ranges from 81 to 91 percent, as compared to a leaf level of approximately 12 percent. But it can provide you with a quantity of freshly harvested stevia 'tea leaves' to augment your supply of commercial stevia sweeteners.

Organic gardeners in particular should find stevia an ideal addition to their yield. Though nontoxic, stevia plants have been found to have insect-repelling tendencies. Their very sweetness, in fact, may be a kind of natural defense mechanism against aphids and other bugs that find it not to their taste. Perhaps that's why crop-devouring grasshoppers have been reported to bypass stevia under cultivation.

Then, too, raising stevia yourself, whether in your back yard or on your balcony, is another positive way you can personally (and quite legally) protest the wrongheaded government policies that have for so long deprived the American people of its benefits -- a kind of contemporary Victory Garden.

How to start your own stevia patch

It would be difficult, at best, to start a stevia patch from scratch -- that is, by planting seeds. Even if you could get them to germinate, results might well prove disappointing, since stevioside levels can vary greatly in plants grown from seed.

The recommended method is rather to buy garden-ready 'starter' plants, which given stevia's 'growing' popularity, may well be obtainable from a nursery or herbalist in your area -- provided you're willing to scout around a bit. If you're not, or are unsuccessful in locating any, there are at least three growers of high-quality stevia who will ship you as many baby plants as you'd like.

Keep in mind that not all stevia plants are created equal in terms of stevioside content, and, hence, sweetness. It's therefore a good idea to try to determine if the plants you're buying have been grown from cuttings whose source was high in stevioside.

Because tender young stevia plants are especially sensitive to low temperatures, it's important that you wait until the danger of frost is past and soil temperatures are well into the 50s and 60s before transplanting them into your garden.

Once you begin, it's best to plant your stevia in rows 20 to 24 inches apart, leaving about 18 inches between plants. Your plants should grow to a height of about 30 inches and a width of 18 to 24 inches.

The care and feeding of stevia

Stevia plants do best in a rich, loamy soil -- the same kind in which common garden-variety plants thrive. Since the feeder roots tend to be quite near the surface, it is a good idea to add compost for extra nutrients if the soil in your area is sandy.

Besides being sensitive to cold during their developmental stage, the roots can also be adversely affected by excessive levels of moisture. So take care not to overwater them and to make sure the soil in which they are planted drains easily and isn't soggy or subject to flooding or puddling.

Frequent light watering is recommended during the summer months. Adding a layer of compost or your favorite mulch around each stevia plant will help keep the shallow feeder roots from drying out.

Stevia plants respond well to fertilizers with a lower nitrogen content than the fertilizer's phosphoric acid or potash content. Most organic fertilizers would work well, since they release nitrogen slowly.

Gathering autumn stevia leaves

Harvesting should be done as late as possible, since cool autumn temperatures and shorter days tend to intensify the sweetness of the plants as they evolve into a reproductive state. While exposure to frost is still to be avoided, covering the plants during an early frost can give you the benefit of another few weeks' growth and more sweetness.

When the time does come to harvest your stevia, the easiest technique is to cut the branches off with pruning shears before stripping the leaves. As an extra bonus, you might also want to clip off the very tips of the stems and add them to your harvest, as they are apt to contain as much stevioside as do the leaves.

If you live in a relatively frost-free climate, your plants may well be able to survive the winter outside, provided you do not cut the branches too short (leaving about 4 inches of stem at the base during pruning). In that case, your most successful harvest will probably come in the second year. Five-year-old plants will not be as productive and, ideally, should be replaced with new cuttings.

In harsher climates, however, it might be a good idea to take cuttings that will form the basis for the next year's crop. Cuttings need to be rooted before planting, using either commercial rooting hormones or a natural base made from willow tree tips, pulverized onto a slurry in your blender. After dipping the cuttings in such a preparation, they should be planted in a rooting medium for two to three weeks, giving the new root system a chance to form. They should then be potted -- preferably in 4.5-inch pots -- and placed in the sunniest and least drafty part of your home until the following spring.

Unlocking the sweetness in your harvest

Once all your leaves have been harvested you will need to dry them. This can be accomplished on a screen or net. (For a larger application, an alfalfa or grain drier can be used, but about the only way an average gardener might gain access to such a device is to borrow it from a friendly neighbourhood farmer). The drying process is not one that requires excessive heat; more important is good air circulation. On a moderately warm fall day, your stevia crop can be quick dried in the full sun in about 12 hours. (Drying times longer than that will lower the stevioside content of the final product.) A home dehydrator can also be used, although sun drying is the preferred method.

Crushing the dried leaves is the final step in releasing stevia's sweetening power. This can be done either by hand or, for greater effect, in a coffee grinder or in a special blender for herbs. You can also make your own liquid stevia extract by adding a cup of warm water to 1/4 cup of fresh, finely-crushed stevia leaves. This mixture should set for 24 hours and then be refrigerated.

Growing stevia without land

Just because you live within the confines of an apartment or condominium doesn't mean you can't enjoy the benefits of stevia farming. This versatile plant can be grown either in pots on your balcony or any sunny spot, or else in a hydroponic unit. Stevia plants also do quite well in "container gardens." A 10" to 12" diameter container filled with a lightweight growing mix is an ideal size for each plant. A little mulch on the top will help retain the moisture in the shallow root zone. A properly fertilized hydroponic unit or container garden can provide you with as much stevia as an outdoor garden, if not more.

Monday, October 12, 2015


Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City Jaipur

HCMS is organizing a 2 days Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City Jaipur in the First week (1st July- 2nd July) 2017You can have complete guide to growing, harvesting, and marketing stevia leaves .Valuable information is compiled from growers, research trials, and the author’s own experience. Includes stevia leaf buyers, sellers, and other resources. Practical Training provided by the Technical experts having experienced of 12-15 years. Attendy could be individuals, Co-operates and rural farmers. Session includes market strategic, availability, future of medicinal plant,trading and export opportunities various knowledgeable information available for entrepreneur.Training also include knowledge about organic farming,Aloevera,Jatropha farming,Lemon Grass.


OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAM:-

1.The complete information about commercial cultivation of medicinal plants and Stevia cultivation.
2.Before starting cultivation what parameters has to be taken?
3.Include field level primary processing /value addition activities.
4.Converting your business into small scale industries ?
5.On what parameters/standard Medicinal cultivation done?
6.Marketing aspects & services?
7.Profit percentage from single buyer and how much it is effective?
8.Guarantee of Buy back guarantor?
9.Certified plant saplings and seeds, surety of certification and standardization of material?
10.How can you choose any medicinal plants according to your place climate, Land soil and water availability?
11.List of Government certified & approved Herbal plants?
12.Climatically conditions, environmental improvement and soil improvement.
13.Employment to unemployed people?
14.Promotions of Herbal plants according to Government Schemes?
15.Medicinal farming through organic preparation?
16.Cultivation of Medicinal plants with minimum water level?
17.Safety about climatic diseases in Medicinal Herbs?
18.How to prepare nursery of Medicinal plants?
19.Subsidy from Central and State Government?
20.Formalities for Organic Certification?
21. Bankable projects and bank loan?


VISIT INCLUDES DURING TRAINING SESSION

1.Vermicompost processing unit.
2.Stevia Farm Visit
3.Aloe-Vera farm visit and technical knowledge about sowing, harvesting, marketing and export.
(a) How to extract pulp from Aloe-Vera leaf?
(b) How to extract Juice from leaf?
4.Lemongrass farm visit.
5.Jatropha farm visit.

TRAINING DETAIL:-

Training Duration:- 2 days

Training Time:- 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Training Place:- Jaipur

Training Type:- Residential Training

TRAINING FACILITIES:-

We are providing following facilities to trainee :

• Breakfast & Lunch
• Farm visit


Contact for Registration:-Mr.Prashant Chaturvedi
Mob +91-8107379410

Mob +91-9351451120

 
Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Unlimited Market in India for this Natural, non-toxic & zero calorie sweetener – Stevia

High quality Stevia Dry leaves are available with Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society, a Jaipur based non government organization. As Stevia leaves are becoming popular globally as a zero calorie natural sweetening agent, HCMS is promoting its cultivation all over India & has well qualified & experienced technical staff for farming, setting up & monitoring Stevia Cultivation.Presently a large scale plantation of Stevia is taking place in 2000 acres of land in Rajasthan.

Our Stevia Dried leaves have the following specifications:

Moisture Content: 5%
Glycoside: 3%
Stevioside: 12%

Stevia is presently used in the following items/industries:
1. Dental pastes and chewing gum.
2. The product can be utilized in various industries as natural sweetener
3. It is utilized in food products e.g.  Sauces and pickles, ice creams and iced cakes etc.
4. It is being utilized in certain pharmaceutical formulae due to possessing a non-fermenting property. Other reasons for which it is being used in pharmacy are: It does not suffer alterations in acid media, hydrolyzing only in very alkaline media (PH9), whilst thermally remaining very stable.


We assure the interested buyers for providing quality products at best rates. Kindly contact us for further details.

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Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

Stevia:-The Healthiest Sugar Alternatives

Disease in which the body doesn’t produce or proIt’s almost impossible to live without sugar.  That’s probably why so many people can’t stay away from it even if research studies and experts have proven that too much sugar can be harmful to the body.  In particular there is the worldwide concern of sugar diabetes which affects millions of people everywhere, and some aren’t even aware of it.  As many of us know too well, sugar diabetes is a serious illness.  It can lead to other health complications including: heart disease, kidney disease, eye problems, nerve damage, skin conditions and depression just to name a few. There have been several artificial sweeteners and sugar replacements out in the market, but not all of them are natural and healthy.  Though some sugar alternatives slightly affect blood sugar levels, at least they offer some nutritional benefits because they are less processed than refined sugar. No need to suffer a life without sugar’s wonderfully sweet taste.  HCMS offers the best Naturally Sweet product choices by using the natural goodness and sweetness of the most natural and healthiest sugar alternatives, Stevia .Now, you can continue savouring the taste of sugar without the guilt.




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ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob-8107379410,9351451120
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022

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Thursday, April 25, 2013



High intensity sweetener that does not impact blood glucose levels


Stevia is a perennial plant, but can be grown as an annual or perennial depending on the growing region. Today, the plant is primarily grown commercially in South America and Asia for the sweet constituents in its leaves. Stevia typically is grown to 1 meter in height before the plant is hand-harvested and its leaves dried.
The sweetness found in the stevia plant is released by steeping its dried leaves in water, filtering and separating the liquid from the leaves and stems, and further purifying the plant extract with either water or food grade alcohol – all conventional plant extraction methods. The result is a naturally sourced, high intensity sweetener that does not impact blood glucose levels.
For decades, high purity stevia extracts have been approved for use in foods and beverages in Japan. Positive safety opinions from global food safety authorities, including the World Health Organization/Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives, the European Food Safety Authority, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, are opening markets for this new and exciting sweetener.



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Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013


The discovery of the sweetness of the stevia plant


Stevia is a perennial plant from the Chrysanthemum family, with the benefit of sweet-tasting leaves.

The plant was first classified in 1904 by Swiss scientist Moises Santiago Bertoni who named it Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni after himself.  Bertoni first heard of the plant from the native people during an expedition to the eastern part of Paraguay in 1887. It wasn't until 1888 that he received his first Stevia leaves from Northern Paraguay where it was used to sweeten Mate tea. His initial evaluation in 1889 was that the leaves belonged to the Eupatorium family and he gave the name Eupatorium rebaudiana Bertoni. 

Later, in 1904, he received his first plant with flowers on it and after further identification he determined it was not from the Eupatorium but from the Stevia family and re-named it Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. According to Blake (1926) and Robinson (1931), there are over 154 varieties of stevia found in Latin America, while Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni is the only variety that provides sweetness.



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ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
Web:www.hcms.org.in
8107379410
9351451120

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Tuesday, April 16, 2013


STEVIA APPROVED BY FSSAI


Big Opportunity for farmers by (FSSAI)

Minutes of the Tenth Meeting of Food Authority held on 20th September, 2012 at 1100 hrs at FDA Bhavan, New Delhi .Approval of use of Steviol Glycoside as an artificial sweetener in various food.

The Food Authority noted the recommendations of the Scientific Panel on food additives, flavourings, processing aids and materials in contact with food & Scientific
Committee and approved the:

Use of Steviol Glycoside as an non-nutritive sweetener in 11 food items based

1. Dairy Based drinks flavoured
2. Dairy based desserts (ice cream,frozen desserts, cream toppings)
3. Yoghurt   
4. Fruit nectars    
5.Non carbonated water based beverages (non-alcoholic)
6. Ice Lollies / Edible Ice
7. Jams, jellies, marmalades
8. Ready to eat cereals
9. Carbonated water       
10. Soft Drink Concentrate       
11. Chewing gum  


For this we are promoting this miracle plant which is known as Stevia Rebudiana (sweet leaf).
The plant have following features:
Grown in pesticide free land.
The production plant is leaves (25-30 times sweeter than sugar).
Start production within 3 month.
Currently we are giving buy back of Rs 200/Kg to our growers.

Your questions and queries are welcome for more info please contact the undersigned.    


Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
Mob 8107379410
9351451120
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

Saturday, September 8, 2012

ORGANIC STEVIA LEAVES


Stevia plant is one of our primarily focused area and we provide all of our support and expertise on every step i.e. from cultivation of Stevia to water management, subsidy and financial assistance, bio-pesticides, harvesting, storage, logistics and most importantly buy back support. Stevia products has ample amount of medicinal usage and advantages for diabetic patients, blood pressure patients, soft-drink industries, confectionary manufacturers and bakery industries. We are leading technology provider for the cultivation of Stevia and processing of the green Stevia leaves into white Stevioside powder. Currently we are cultivating Stevia in 2000 Acre under contractual farming in whole the nation. Whole the Stevia is being cultivated under close supervision of our highly trained agriculture technologist.

Stevia  is the zero calorie, all natural alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners.
Stevia is made from the best quality of  Stevia Rebaudiana (Reb A 97%).
Stevia  is a natural sweetener that lacks any chemical components.
Stevia is a great alternative for sugar and is safe for diabetics and  the health conscious.
Stevia is crafted to perfectly sweeten your coffee or tea and is also natural on
fruit, cereals and in most recipes that call  for sugar.
Stevia is the healthiest way to sweeten foods and beverages.
The green technology we are using does not have any  chemicals for your reference.


Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
Mob 8107379410
9351451120
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in

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Saturday, August 18, 2012

VIABLE MEGA PROJECTS


Changing scenario in Indian agriculture from mere subsistence farming to commercialized farming has been witness during 1990s. On one hand entry of people from Industrial sector, non-professional agriculturists, the educated elite and others to take up agriculture lead to the demand of timely and technically sound advice with reliable market oriented agricultural information. Agriculture & rural development is on the thrush hold of a dynamic growth. Promoting sustainable agriculture with rural development remains a challenge. While we share the name and the history of a NGO that founded in 1996, the Hahnemann charitable Mission society of today is focus & supporting agriculture sector , rural development, health & family welfare, environmental livelihood &capacity building, agro food processing .Innovation, perseverance and close attention to agriculture & rural peoples have characterized Hahnemann since it’s founding.

HCMS is an association formed by as a voluntary endeavour primarily as a social service institution based on no-profit basis, having no political intention and make variety of socially and locally based service available to reach the marginal/small /big farmers, individuals  & rural peoples.

Organization Approach
Nature friendly agricultural practices, awareness program, seminars, workshops, camps, exhibitions, events, surveys & land promotional activities.

Our Pledge
Growth for a Better nation - Promoting sustainable agriculture and rural development

Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society 1996, is an ISO certified NGO having diversified network among the nation. The trust addresses itself as one of the growing organizations catering to qualitative and fruitful comprehensive consultancy services to growers, rural & urban peoples, AGRO & RURAL industry(s).We demarcate strong scientific cum cost friendly concepts to land management that gives greatest possible returns for our peoples. These consultancy services are back by, vast experiences and R & D reports. Services designed keeping in view of environmental effects & individual requirement& problem, we impart in trade promotion, exports, and value addition works. Hahnemann can do this best by providing value through the services we offer. Through field operations, knowledge of agricultural production and constant search for new agricultural solutions and technologies, seeks to develop, communicate and provide sustainable solutions. Our portfolio is build around innovative offerings in applications services. We want to make the peoples a better place for future generations. As a consultancy organization, Hahnemann can do this best by providing value through services we offer to rural & urban peoples.


Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob:08107379410
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

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Wednesday, August 15, 2012



STEVIA BENEFITS


Whole the stevia is being cultivated under close supervision of our highly trained agriculture technologist. The stevia cultivation has changed lifestyle of our growers.

1. Stevia is used to improve insulin sensitivity.
2. Preliminary human studies suggest stevia can help reduce hypertension.
3. Stevia can be used as a dietary supplement.

STEVIA DRY LEAVES:-

• It is natural.
• The Stevia dry leaves are 100% organic.
• It contain 0% calorie.
• The diabetic patient can use it as a sugar.
• It helps to reduce obesity.
• The green leaves are harvested from the organic stevia farms.

STEVIOSIDE WHITE EXTRACT POWDER:-

1) The white powder is produced from organic green leaves.
2) The leaves are naturally dried.
3) The powder is produced with the green technology.
4) The powder is 20-30 time sweeter than normal sugar.
5) No chemical is used in cultivation and in production.
6) We have processing unit.
7) All the material is as per international food standard.
8) The material is of export quality.



Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob:8107379410
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in


"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City


HCMS is organizing a 2 days Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City Jaipur  .You can have complete guide to growing, harvesting, and marketing stevia leaves .Valuable information is compiled from growers, research trials, and the author’s own experience. Includes stevia leaf buyers, sellers, and other resources. Practical Training provided by the Technical experts having experienced of 12-15 years.Attendy could be individuals, Co-operates and rural farmers. Session includes market strategic, availability, future of medicinal plant,trading and export opportunities various knowledgeable information available for entrepreneur.Training also include knowledge about organic farming,Aloevera,Ashwangandha,Coleus,Jatropha farming,Baer, Bel Patra,Guggal,Lemon Grass,Khas.



OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAM:-

1.The complete information about commercial cultivation of medicinal plants and Stevia cultivation.
2.Before starting cultivation what parameters has to be taken?
3.Include field level primary processing /value addition activities.
4.Converting your business into small scale industries ?
5.On what parameters/standard Medicinal cultivation done?
6.Marketing aspects & services?
7.Profit percentage from single buyer and how much it is effective?
8.Guarantee of Buy back guarantor?
9.Certified plant saplings and seeds, surety of certification and standardization of material?
10.How can you choose any medicinal plants according to your place climate, Land soil and water availability?
11.List of Government certified & approved Herbal plants?
12.Climatically conditions, environmental improvement and soil improvement.
13.Employment to unemployed people?
14.Promotions of Herbal plants according to Government Schemes?
15.Medicinal farming through organic preparation?
16.Cultivation of Medicinal plants with minimum water level?
17.Safety about climatic diseases in Medicinal Herbs?
18.How to prepare nursery of Medicinal plants?
19.Subsidy from Central and State Government?
20.Formalities for Organic Certification?
21. Bankable projects and bank loan?


VISIT INCLUDES DURING TRAINING SESSION

1.Vermicompost processing unit.
2.Stevia Farm Visit
3.Aloe-Vera farm visit and technical knowledge about sowing, harvesting, marketing and export.
(a) How to extract pulp from Aloe-Vera leaf?
(b) How to extract Juice from leaf?
4.Lemongrass farm visit.
5.Jatropha farm visit.

TRAINING DETAIL:-

Training Duration:- 2 days

Training Time:- 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Training Place:- Jaipur

Training Type:- Residential Training

TRAINING FACILITIES:-

We are providing following facilities to trainee :

• Accomodation+ Food
• Farm visit


Contact for Registration:-Mr.Prashant Chaturvedi
Mob +91-8107379410
Mob +91-9351451120


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ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob:8107379410
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in

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Friday, January 13, 2012

Diabetes & Cardiovascular Risk

Having Diabetes or Pre-diabetes puts a person at increased risk for heart disease and stroke .If a person has diabetes,he/she is at least twice as likely as someone who does not have diabetes to have heart disease or stroke.If one is middle-aged and have type-2 diabetes,some studies suggest that our chance of having a heart attack is as high as someone without diabetes who has already one heart attack.Women of all ages with diabetes have an increased risk of heart disease because diabetes cancel out the protective effects of being a woman in her child-bearing years.People with diabetes who have already had one heart attack run an ever greater risk of having a second one.In addition  heart attacks in people with diabetes are more serious and more likely to result in death.

Risk Factors for Heart Disease and Stroke:-

Having a Family history of heart Disease.
Having Central Obesity.
Having abnormal blood fat (Cholesterol ) Levels.
Having High Blood Pressure.
Smoking.

We can lower your risk by keeping our blood glucose(also called blood sugar),blood pressure,and blood cholesterol close to the recommended target numbersthe levels suggested by our diabetes experts for good health.

For More Info Please Contact the Undersigned.



Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified

ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob:8107379410
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”


VIABLE MEGA PROJECTS

Changing scenario in Indian agriculture from mere subsistence farming to commercialized farming has been witness during 1990s. On one hand entry of people from Industrial sector, non-professional agriculturists, the educated elite and others to take up agriculture lead to the demand of timely and technically sound advice with reliable market oriented agricultural information. Agriculture & rural development is on the thrush hold of a dynamic growth. Promoting sustainable agriculture with rural development remains a challenge. While we share the name and the history of a NGO that founded in 1996, the Hahnemann charitable Mission society of today is focus & supporting agriculture sector , rural development, health & family welfare, environmental livelihood &capacity building, agro food processing .Innovation, perseverance and close attention to agriculture & rural peoples have characterized Hahnemann since it’s founding.

HCMS is an association formed by as a voluntary endeavour primarily as a social service institution based on no-profit basis, having no political intention and make variety of socially and locally based service available to reach the marginal/small /big farmers, individuals  & rural peoples.

Organization Approach
Nature friendly agricultural practices, awareness program, seminars, workshops, camps, exhibitions, events, surveys & land promotional activities.

Our Pledge
Growth for a Better nation - Promoting sustainable agriculture and rural development.Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society 1996, is an ISO certified NGO having diversified network among the nation. The trust addresses itself as one of the growing organizations catering to qualitative and fruitful comprehensive consultancy services to growers, rural & urban peoples, AGRO & RURAL industry(s).We demarcate strong scientific cum cost friendly concepts to land management that gives greatest possible returns for our peoples. These consultancy services are back by, vast experiences and R & D reports. Services designed keeping in view of environmental effects & individual requirement& problem, we impart in trade promotion, exports, and value addition works. Hahnemann can do this best by providing value through the services we offer. Through field operations, knowledge of agricultural production and constant search for new agricultural solutions and technologies, seeks to develop, communicate and provide sustainable solutions. Our portfolio is build around innovative offerings in applications services. We want to make the peoples a better place for future generations. As a consultancy organization, Hahnemann can do this best by providing value through services we offer to rural & urban people.

Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob:8107379410
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in


"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”
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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Stevia Products Available with HCMS


We HCMS an ISO Certified organization founded on 1996 partnered with continuously working towards its goal of social development and environment conservation by emphasising on medicinal & aromatic crop cultivation, horticulture animal husbandry & dairy. Our Company leads the flavour industry by setting high standards for customer satisfaction. Agriculture itself opens the door toward the social development. We introduce new technology among the farmers, train them for the latest technology, make them aware about the issue related to the environment issues related to the agriculture. We promote organic agriculture to improve the quality of the food and the conserve the bio-diversity. Besides the traditional food crop we give emphasis on the medicinal and aromatic crop cultivation, animal husbandry and dairy. We do regular research and introduce new medicinal and aromatic crops. As per market demand we avail the latest technology to the farmers. So that they can get the equal share from the development and they can also contribute their best toward the development. We develop the spirit of entrepreneurs among them instead of a farmer. To make then an entrepreneur we provide all support like providing good quality planting material, water management technique, subsidy & financial assistance, bio control method of Insect pest, post harvest technology, storage and logistics support and the most important one the Buyback Support.

FRESH STEVIA LEAVES
This form of Stevia is the herb in its most natural, unrefined state. A leaf picked from a Stevia plant and chewed will impart an extremely sweet taste sensation reminiscent of licorice that lasts for quite a while.
For stevia to have a more practical application as a tea or sweetener, the leaves must be dried or put through an extraction process, which makes the sweet taste even more potent.

DRIED LEAVES
For more of the flavor and sweet constituents of the stevia leaf to be released, drying and crushing is necessary. A dried leaf is considerably sweeter than a fresh one, and is the form of stevia used in brewing herbal tea.Dried stevia leaf may come in bulk or packaged like tea bags. You can also get it finely powdered. It has a greenish color and can be used in a wide variety of foods and beverages, including coffee, applesauce and hot cereals. You also can use it to make an herbal tea blend. Its distinctive flavor is reminiscent of licorice, which will blend very well with different aromatic spices, such as cinnamon and ginger.

STEVIA EXTRACTS
The form in which stevia is primarily used as a sweetener in Japan is that ofa white powdered extract. In this form it is approximately 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar (by weight).This white powder is an extract of the sweet glycosides (natural sweetening agents) in the stevia leaf.Not all stevia extract powders are the same. The taste, sweetness and cost of the various white stevia powders will likely depend on their degree of refinement and the quality of the stevia plant used. You may find that some powders have more of an aftertaste.Since extracted stevia powder is so intensely sweet, we recommend that it be used by the pinch (or drop if diluted in water). Once mixed, this solution should be stored in the refrigerator.

LIQUID CONCENTRATES
These come in several forms. There's a syrupy black liquid (that results from boiling the leaves in water), which can enhance the flavor of many foods. Another type is made by steeping stevia leaves in distilled water or a mix of water and grain alcohol. You can also find a liquid made from the white powder concentrate mixed with water, and preserved with grapefruit seed extract.

For more info contact the undersigned.


Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob:08107379410
Address:301,Mahaveer Nagar-II,Durgapura,Jaipur-302018
info.hcms@gmail.com
Web:www.hcms.org.in

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Thursday, January 5, 2012

The Diabetes Pandemic India...The World's Diabetes Epicentre

The Diabetes Pandemic is around.The International Diabetes Federation's atlas shows that diabetes now affects a staggering 246 million people worldwide, with 46% of all those affected in the 35-49 age group.The global prevalence of diabetes will go up from 8.6% in 2012 to 9.8 % in 2030 and the numbers of people affected with diabetes will go up from 285 million to 435 million.India leads the global top ten countries in terms of the highest number of people with diabetes with a current figure of approximately 50 million which is expected to rise to about 87 million in 2030,India has therefore ,been labelled as the "diabetes capital of the world ".It is also startling that by 2025,every 5th person with diabetes in the world would be an Indian.There is data to suggest that diabetes occurs about a decade earlier compared to Europeans.The Urban and Rural Prevalence of diabetes is between 6-8% and 2.5-3.5% respectively.Another hidden threat taking the proportion of an epidemic is Prediabetes with Global Prevalence being 7.9% (344 million people) in 2010,expected to rise to 8.4%(472 million people) by 2030.There is also a high risk of conversion of Prediabetes  to diabetes.The age of onset of diabetes in Asian Indians is usually a decade or more earlier than Caucasians.For the same body mass index Asian Indians also have more fat and especially centrally located abdominal fat.The social and economic impact of this burden of diabetes is huge.India is home to the largest number of people with diabetes but,unfortunately,expenditure on treatment is only 20%.An approach that addresses the various risk factors of diabetes will be needed to curb the rapidly growing epidemic of diabetes.There is an urgent need for lifestyle intervention,with the incorporation of a healthy diet,an increase in physical activity and weight reduction as a means of preventing diabetes in those who are in the prediabetic stage and thus prevent  the diabetes epidemic,which is looming large in our country.

Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
Mob 8107379410
9351451120
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”






Wednesday, January 4, 2012

STEVIA CULTIVATION IN MAHARASHTRA


Due to life style of today’s world, a lot of calorie intake by people is not used. This unused calorie is hazardous for the health, which is leading a lot of health problem like diabetes, obesity, blood pressure, laziness….etc. This unused calorie intake starts from morning tea and is being consume whole the day and ends up dinner sweet. To reduce this risk a lot of chemical alternate of sugar are available in the market. As these are not natural so they are creating a lot of long term side effects.


The Stevia rebaudiana is commonly known as sweet leaf, sugar leaf, or simply Stevia. This is widely grown for its sweet leaves. Stevia and Sunflower belong to asteraceae family. The sweet herb Stevia is becoming a major source of natural sweetener as an alternate of sugar. It is rapidly replacing the chemical sweetener like Splenda, Saccharine and Aspartame.


The plant is native to tropical and subtropical regions of North America and South America. There are near about 240 species of Stevia Genus. It is grown widely in countries like Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay and Venezuela. In Venezuela it is being used over 1500 years.

Stevia leaves are 30 times sweeter than normal sugar. The extract of stevia Rebaudioside-A is around 300-400 times sweeter than normal sugar. The sweetness of stevia also felt for long time.

There are two compounds in stevia leaves 1.) Stevioside(10%-20%) and 2.) Rebaudioside-A(1-3%). The Stevioside is stable at 100 °C this is main advantage of Stevioside over other sweetener.

Today stevia is ready to become King in the market of sweetener. As demand of low carbohydrate sweetener is rising day by day.

A good market is being developed for stevia domestically as well as internationally. This is a ray of hope for the diabetic patient. As it is natural source of sweetener. It is also used for the treatment of obesity and high blood sugar patient. There is not increase in sugar level after consumption of stevia as sweetener as substitute of normal sugar.


Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society

ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob:8107379410
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”



Tuesday, January 3, 2012

BENEFITS OF STEVIA


We are manufacturing supplier and exporting of various herbal cosmetics ingredients, our wide range of herbal cosmetics ingredients includes various herbal plant extracts and essential oils. these herbal cosmetics ingredients.

Stevia is an incredibly sweet herb, obtained by a natural selective breeding process of the sweetest Stevia parent plants. The sweetener, stevioside, extracted from the plants, is 300 times sweeter than sugar. The fresh leaves have a nice liquorice taste. What makes the Stevia plant so special is that it can be used to replace sugar (sucrose). Many different uses of Stevia are already well-known: as table sugar, in soft drinks, pastry, pickles, tobacco products, candy, jam, yoghurt, chewing gum, sorbets... The dried leaves of Stevia are about 40 times sweeter than sugar.

Stevia has many excellent properties. The body does not metabolize the sweet glycosides from the stevia leaf or any of its processed forms - so there is no caloric intake. Stevia doesn't adversely affect blood glucose levels and may be used freely by diabetics.
Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
Mob 8107379410
9351451120
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”