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Bhagwati Ayurved is an independent Ayurvedic medicine company, manufacturing and treating patients from its operations in Patna, capital of Bihar. The Directors Mr. Anil Kumar and Mrs. Mannu Roy had this visionary endeavour of taking Ayurved to a new level. Since its inception in 2006, Bhagwati Ayurved has successfully grown to become a manufacturer with factory in Nalanda, Bihar reflecting the worldwide demand for its Ayurvedic products and HIV treatment. Situated in the lap of nature in Rajgir (Bihar Sharif), our production facilities follow world class quality control standards. We deal in a wide range of ayurvedic products to help provide natural remedies for a healthy life. Bhagwati Ayurved is proud of its reputation as an ethical company with a ready to serve attitude. In every situation, from HIV treatment to other ailments with the patients, the Company strives to treat diseases so that the entire world can benefit from Ayurved. 

Bhagwati Ayurved is focusing on the R&D of new medicines, which seek to cure the most incurable of diseases. For the last few years, we have been working hard to find a remedy for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and finally have come up with CONSTOP!! Bhagwati CONSTOP as a medicine does not claim to be a wonder drug .Instead it serves as a shining example of the fact that Ayurveda has the power to cure each ailment. During our clinical trials over 230 people have benefited from it and are now living much healthier lives. The medicine works at various stages of HIV and is effective not only in the initial stages as its western counterparts. All our patients who have taken the medicine have gone through standard RNA-PCR TEST to verify the results. As an enterprise, we seek to attain numero uno status in the world of Ayurvedic medicines and alternative lifestyle products. We also wish to develop and provide safe natural and healthy remedies for our clients. While doing the aforesaid it is also our deepest desire to carve a niche for ourselves in the competitive global market by following world class practices and professional ethics.

 

 

Mission

 

To commit to our patients by providing proper care and treatment. To fulfill our social responsibilities by providing a platform to spread awareness about Ayurved and help the world realize its importance.

 

 

Integrity

 

Integrity is the cornerstone of our Indian culture. We believe in staying true to one's self and one's word, and consider integrity to be a core value of our service.

 

 

CONSTOP is already making a mark in the society by creating a Wave, which goes way beyond the concept that HIV cannot be cured. Contradicting the norms, ayurved has the answer to HIV. Nobel Laureate Dr. Luc Montagnier now(82) said plants and natural products may hold the key to end the AIDS epidermic that has killed millions. The focus should shift from so called western medicine, mainly based on powerful chemicals, to plants and herbal products. Constop destroys the HIV virus present in the body, resulting distroy of virus. The report below are of patients taking constop. It is clear how the medicine works slowly but steadily. The facts and figures should not be ignored just for the sake of opposing an important matter like HIV. our priority is to append more effort to make it an improved world for HIV patients.

 

Products

 

 

Q.1- Does “Bhagwati Constop” cure HIV completely?

Ans.- Yes, Bhagwati Constop destroys HIV virus completely and boosts CD4.

 

 

Q.2- How long will it take to cure HIV?

 

Ans.- It totally depends on the viral count present in a patient’s body because every human body is different. Let’s see, if there are two patients infected with virus, one with viral count 2000 and the other with 2,00,000. So it is obvious that the patient with lesser viral count will be cured sooner than the other patient. There are few patients whose body reacts in drastic ways such as, one patient’s viral count reduced by 1,00,000 within 2 months but another patient’s viral count reduced by 5000 within 6 months. Hence, it’s all about biological ways in which a body reacts.

 

 

Q.3- What are the symptoms of HIV?

 

Ans.- There are various symptoms which raises concern about HIV infection, they could be lack of sleep, Fever, Itching, Headaches, Tiredness, loss of Appetite and skin diseases. It is not necessary for every patient to have the same or all symptoms of HIV. Some may not be having any symptom at all yet be infected with HIV.

 

 

Q.4- What tests should be done to confirm HIV infection?

 

Ans.- To confirm HIV infection, HIV1, HIV2 or western blot tests can be done in any reputed pathology or laboratory.

 

 

Q.5- Already taking ART medicine. Can it be continued with Constop during the course of Ayurvedic treatment?

 

Ans.- Yes, both the medicines can be continued at the same time.

 

 

Q.6- HIV1 & HIV2 test reports are negative but symptoms are still present. What to do?

 

Ans.- If HIV1 &HIV2 test results are negative then patient must take western blot test or must wait for 3 to 6 months i.e window period and must go for western blot test once again if the symptoms still persist.

 

 

Q.7- What kind of medicine is Constop?

 

Ans.- Bhagwati Constop is a purely Ayurvedic medicine prepared with ancient herbs and plants having medicinal values. Ayurvedic medicines are another name for Nature’s cure.

 

 

Q.8- How long Bhagwati Constop medicine should be taken in order to cure HIV?

 

Ans.- The duration of medication depends on the viral count present in a patient’s body.

 

 

Q.9- What is Ayurved?

 

Ans.- It is an ancient heritage of Indian culture. Beautifully explained in easiest way possible, AYU means Age. Age which starts from birth and ends with death! So, its a journey from life to death. VED means knowledge or scripture! So, it is a journey of knowledge about Health .... and Health is the medium to take this beautiful journey through the benefits of Ayurveda.

 

 

Q.10- What are the precautions one must take during the course of treatment?

 

Ans.- Yes, Ayurvedic treatment involves quite a few precautions like consumption of alcohol, smoke, drugs is forbidden during the course of treatment. Dietary precautions are tomatoes and Arhar daal(Toor daal) and besides these things patients diet must be enriched with protein and vitamins. 

 

 

Q 11. What is the process to purchase the medicine?

 

Answer : Medicines could be purchased by two different methods, as follows :

1 )Purchase can be made Online through our website : www.bhagwatiayurved.com Medicines can be seen over the home page along with its buying option. "Buy Now" option need to be clicked upon & then fill the details as required from the buyer. The order will be placed as soon as all the required details will be entered by the user & we will get the address details on which the selected Medicine/es will get dispatched.

 

Note : The address should be entered correctly with correct pin code & contact no. so that the medicine could get delivered at the right location. 

 

2)The buyer should first visit the website : www.bhagwatiayurved.com & click on the "CONTACT" option. All our customer care numbers are available & the buyer can directly call us on any one of the available numbers. The buyer will get all the details about the medicine by us & will also be provided with our bank account no. on which the cost of the medicine can be directly deposited. Address would be taken by us from the buyer & on that the medicine ( as ordered) would get dispatched.

 

Contact

 

Address

Shri Hari Radha Apartment, 2nd Floor, Behind Krishna Apartment,Sardar Patel Path, Boring Road, Patna - 800013 

 

 

Contact

 

+91 9798740666,

8102155655,

0612 2570712 

 

 

Mail

 

info@bhagwatiayurved.com,

bhagwatiayurved@gmail.com 

Bhagwati Ayurved
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