The true story

Naturally Made It A Lifestyle, Not A Duty

Natural Passion For Proage Natural

During the coronavirus pandemic, we realised, the importance of self-sustain immunity boosting and staying healthy with natural nutrients intake supporting good health and sustainability. People told us, our plans for natural product firm were crazy and advised us to adopt a conventional farm grown product and launch in the market for a healthi - er competition. But, we at Herbica Naturals realise to make a change with produce sourced from natural habitat for peoples to switch to healthier lifestyle with natural products grown that are without any farm grown and are alternatives to chemical free farming produce. Natural products were super simple, with, like infused with natural herbs as ingredients and keep our product just at basic. But the more we thought about it, the more we realised that there was a gap and need in the market for natural food product company.

With the vision to bridge the gap between people reach for natural products, source and consumption, our mission of setting up the Herbica Naturals product business came to existence, we started by doing a lot of research into natural habitat natural sciences, herbal medicines. The reaction from the industry was that factory processed, biotic or biological and natural don’t go together. Undeterred, we started working with farmers, natural natives and enthusiast to provide us with natural produce and this wasn’t an easy task. So, despite having no experience in the natural food product industry, we worked to launch Herbica Naturals product line with honey and pickles to start with to muse for our consumers. The products are sourced and made from herbs and other plants grown naturally, and from other natural ingredi - ents sourced in from all parts of India. The range of Herbica Naturals products is mostly bottled in glass and biodegradable materials, because it is easily recycled.

Why Natural?

The connection of healthiness to the following five food-related senses of the term “natural’’ is analyzed


Naturalness as natritive Suitability

Naturalness as moderate need satisfaction

Naturalness as Authenticity

Naturalness as lack of human Influence

Naturalness as Familiarity

Natural and Organic: Is One And The Same?

The connection of healthiness to the following five food-related senses of the term “natural’’ is analyzed

Largely, there has been an outburst of wellbeing food products on the market, specifically either natural foods or biological foods. Most people do not know that there is a considerable difference between biological or biotic and natural foods, believing that the two are same or replaceable. There is an immense difference between a food labelled “natural” and one that is labelled “.chemical free farm produce” Woefully, these two laurels get pitched around a lot, to the point where no one seems to be able to determine which is which, creating a lot of confusion for consumers who are truly concerned with purchasing the supreme and healthiest products available that appeal to the health-conscious or eco-friendly shopper.

Natural farming is to grow crops fully left to nurture, it is the term of zero human participation and zero inputs, except seed. In natural farming there no ploughing, no tilting of soil and no fertilizers, and no weeding is done just the way it would be in natural ecosystems, especially those of soil, water, plant and animal diversity, vegetation cover, renewable energy sources, climate, and ecosystem services are fundamental for the structure and function of natural agricultural systems and for social and environmental sustainability, in support of life on earth. Nature farming is necessarily not processed. Biological farming still requires basic agro practices like ploughing, tilting, mixing of manures, weeding, etc. to be performed. Biological or chemical-free farming supports biodiversity, improves soil, protects freshwater, nourishing our earth as well as producing great tasting, nutrient-rich food to nourish our people.

Naturally down to earth on the value “Natural foods and products” are good for our body and our environment and foods that are minimally processed and free from any added hormones, preservatives, antibiotics, artificial flavours, artificial colours or artificial ingredients, offer optimal nutrition and are the foundation for a healthy diet. However, the importance of opting for “natural” ingredients goes beyond food, the use of natural herbs, natural vitamins and natural dietary supplements can help improve health and well-being. Choosing supplements made from natural ingredients that contain no artificial binders, fillers or synthetic chemicals is an important component of a healthy, natural lifestyle.

Biological or the chemical-free farm products are made with a set of farming and production practices defined and regulated, items have grown from the earth with soil tests that guarantee no toxic synthetic pesticides, toxic synthetic herbicides, or chemical fertilizers are used in production, and no antibiotics or growth hormones. Biological or chemical-free farming is not a “residue-free” claim, it has been demonstrated that by eating biologically produced fruits and vegetables, consumers can reduce their exposure to potentially harmful chemicals.