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TITE PATI – Product Commercialization Issue

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Anuradha Magar asked 3 years ago

We have so many TITE PATI around our neighborhood! how can we commercialize this plant? Can you share few tips, please??

Traditionally: Titepati (scientific name is Artemisia vulgaris) is one of the most widely used plants with aromatic and medicinal value. Smell of Titepati is used to make insects and germs away in household cleaner. In village it’s fresh juice from herbs is used as emergency hemostatic and antiseptic treatments on cuts. Boiled leaves are used to clean eyelid for affected eyes, relieving from dental pain, to remove bad smell of foot. It is also believe as a blood cleanser and didestive tonic.

Commercialization: You can use it as high value ayurvedic antiseptic, tooth paste, soap and house hold and restaurant cleaner and etc.

It is a best commercial value high profitable potential aromatic and medicinal plant of Nepal. With less than 2 lakhs amount anyone should be able to operate a cottage industry of this herb in Nepal.

Specially you can compare our senario where we are spending alot for imported house and restaurant sanitizers, syrup for tooth ache, foot ache, Antiseptic for cut, and water related wound dressings.

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Traditionally: Titepati (scientific name is Artemisia vulgaris) is one of the most widely used plants with aromatic and medicinal value. Smell of Titepati is used to make insects and germs away in household cleaner. In village it’s fresh juice from herbs is used as emergency hemostatic and antiseptic treatments on cuts. Boiled leaves are used to clean eyelid for affected eyes, relieving from dental pain, to remove bad smell of foot. It is also believe as a blood cleanser and didestive tonic.

Commercialization: You can use it as high value ayurvedic antiseptic, tooth paste, soap and house hold and restaurant cleaner and etc.

It is a best commercial value high profitable potential aromatic and medicinal plant of Nepal. With less than 2 lakhs amount anyone should be able to operate a cottage industry of this herb in Nepal.

Specially you can compare our senario where we are spending alot for imported house and restaurant sanitizers, syrup for tooth ache, foot ache, Antiseptic for cut, and water related wound dressings.

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