Hamdard Laboratories recently ventures into retail with the launch of their first flagship Wellness Centre ‘Hamdard Wellness’ in the capital. Continuing its legacy, the centre aims to spread and provide disease management and wellness services through the Unani system of medicine. The objective is to reach out to people wanting natural, herbal treatment for lifestyle diseases, and a host of other ailments.

The centre at Asaf Ali Road was unveiled by Shripad Yesso Naik, Union minister of state for AYUSH (independent charge) & MoS Health. On the occasion the minister applauded the step by Hamdard and stressed on how such centers’ are the need of the hour in the age where nobody has time and are prone to lifestyle diseases.

The centre will offer specialized Unani consultation by experienced doctors and Unani medicines at the fully stocked Unani pharmacy for problems related to diabetes, heart, liver & gall bladder, men health & vitality, women health & fertility, skin & hair, digestion & piles, bones & joints, kidney & urinary tract and general health issues. The centre will also offer disease management services by disseminating information on lifestyle related disorders through a series of experiential and awareness focused sessions involving communities.

“The health and wellness industry is being fuelled by an intense and growing consumer affinity towards natural, herbal medicines and solutions. People are moving away from synthetic, chemical based products for themselves and their families. Hamdard, with its lineage and trust factor sits naturally on this positioning. Hamdard Wellness will be the driving force to spread awareness and induct today’s discerning consumers to the healing touch of Unani,” said Mansoor Ali, chief marketing & sales officer, Hamdard India.

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