Vol. 1, Issue 11 (2013)
Nutraceutical – A Bright Scope And Opportunity Of Indian Healthcare Market
Debjit Bhowmik, Harish Gopinath, B. Pragati Kumar, S.Duraivel, K. P. Sampath Kumar
Neuraceutical is regarded as the bio active substance and the constituents are either of known therapeutic activity or are chemically defined substance generally accepted to contribute substantially to the therapeutic activity of the drug. Phytochemical screening involves botanical identification, extraction with suitable solvents, purification and characterization of the bioactive constituents of pharmaceutical importance. Quality control for the officially and safely of herbal product is essential .The quality control of photochemical may be defined as the status of a drug which is determined either by identity, purity, constant and other chemical physical biological properties or by manufacturing process .compound with synthetic drug The critical and approach for herbal drug are much more complex Nutraceutical, a portmanteau of the words “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical”, is a food or food product that reportedly provides health and medical benefits, including the prevention and treatment of disease. A product isolated or purified from foods that is generally sold in medicinal forms not usually associated with food. A nutraceutical is demonstrated to have a physiological benefit or provide protection against chronic disease. The dietary and advanced analytical techniques for the determination and quantification of various neutraceuticals. supplements and nutraceutical market is projected to achieve a global market size of about Rs.90 billion in 2013 at a CAGR of 20.24% . There has been resurgence in the area of nutraceutical development in past few years especially because of the development of highly sophisticated
How to cite this article:
Debjit Bhowmik, Harish Gopinath, B. Pragati Kumar, S.Duraivel, K. P. Sampath Kumar. Nutraceutical – A Bright Scope And Opportunity Of Indian Healthcare Market. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2013; 1(11): 29-41.