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Sethsuwa Pranajeewa to hit European market


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Due to the huge demand from many countries around the world for Sethsuwa Pranajeewa, it has been decided to increase the distribution network targeting the European market, said the Managing Director Sethsuwa Aurveda Hospital.

By now thousands in 20 countries including America, Australia, Italy, Papua New Guinea, Japan, Austria, Switzerland, and the Maldives have been cured by using Sethsuwa Pranajeewa herbal medicine.

Through Sethsuwa Pranajeewa, which has also received the approval from the Italian government (Pranajeewa Italia: 91040) the opportunity the company received to further promote the pride of Sri Lanka’s native medicine overseas was tremendous, said Sethsuwa Aurveda Hospital Managing Director Dr. Sujeewa Vithanage , adding that they have taken measures to further widen the distribution network to the European market upon the increasing demand for Sethsuwa Pranajeewa form European Union countries.

Sethsuwa Pranajeewa is produced according to a secret recipe, following stringent high standards sans a ‘profit making only objective’ and distributed in the local and foreign markets, Dr. Vithanage said. “There are different levels of people among the consumers using Pranajeewa. The question is not whether they were rich or poor, but the results received after using Pranajeewa. Not only government ministers, even well known sportsmen in the country have received good results even today from Pranajeewa,” he added.

Sethsuwa Aurveda Hospital has also made arrangements to issue Pranajeewa in a form of a capsule to the market in the coming two months.

Pranajeewa provides remedies to a vast number of ailments such as heart attacks, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cancers and side effects, diabetes and side effects, strokes, wheeze, sinus, phlegm infections, skin infections, all joint pains and inflammation, liver disease and kidney ailments.

Also it enables controlling obesity, developing stamina and controlling of hair fall and grey-hair and also through external application on cuts, bruises and pains it provides instant relief.

Sethsuwa Pranajeewa is manufactured according to an ancient recipe using over 200 herbs, following a special procedure in accordance to stringent standard procedure for a period of over four and a half months. This production takes place in an ISO 9001 certified laboratory under very hygienic conditions.

Sethsuwa Pranajeewa is a herbal medicine which is registered as a 100% natural nutritious drink with the US Food and Drug Authority (FDA) for distribution worldwide.

The cancer destructive nature and medicinal prowess that exits in Sethsuwa Pranajeewa has been scientifically proven in laboratory tests. Also tests conducted in American and Sri Lankan laboratories too have proven that Sethsuwa Pranajeewa does not consist of anything harmful to the human body.

Sethsuwa Aurweda Hospital guarantees that Sethsuwa Pranajeewa poses no after effects whatsoever and could also be used as a health drink.

In addition to Sethsuwa Pranajeewa, for the cure of diabetes Sethsuwa Diabetea and Sethsuwa Cinnoney to boost the body immunity to fight disease made of a combination of cinnamon and bees honey too has been introduced. Also for a solution for obesity, Sethsuwa Fat Blaster has been introduced with Biogen Moringa Capsule, a nutrition supplement and Sethsuwa Vajibala which has been produced according to a formula in the Aurveda Formulary. Sethsuwa Ayurweda Hospital has also introduced Sethsuwa Sheersha, a cure for head and all hair ailments and Sethsuwa Cough Syrup to the market.

More details of all Sethsuwa products can be obtained from the website www.pranajeewa.com. 


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