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Mega Lifesciences the passionate guardian of human wellness

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As the world celebrates 9 June as the World Wellness Day, Mega Lifesciences a Human Wellness company with a global footprint across the four continents of Asia, Africa, Australia and South America has been propagating this concept of Human Wellness, ever since its inception in 1983.

With world class manufacturing facilities situated in Thailand and Australia and its quality endorsed by the Australian TGA, European Union WHO and Thai FDA while confirming to strict GMP standards, Mega’s 5000 strong professional work force is intensely committed to improve the quality of life of the people and help them stay healthy as long as they live.

A pioneer in Human Wellness, Mega Lifesciences has conducted numerous health camps, educational programs, workshops and lifestyle sessions across Sri Lanka to create awareness on diabetes over the past few years.

To mark the Global Wellness Day Mega Lifesciences have launched a special promotional campaign with its flagship brand ‘Ginsomin’ to educate the general public to stay away from diabetes. With this educational poster campaign they have highlighted the areas such as the risk factor, precautions, causing habits, symptoms, healthy food, etc.

“We believe that diabetes can be treated, cured, controlled and reversed.” Dr. Margaret Chan, Director General of World Health Organization said in her statement on World Health Day in 2016 that “diabetes is preventable”.

In addition to recommendations on lifestyle modifications, exercise and diet tips, Mega Lifesciences introduced Ginsomin, a world renowned product containing Original Korean Panax ginseng fortified with 22 essential vitamins and minerals to complement its efforts in achieving human wellness for the people of this country.

Ginseng has the reputation of being the number one recommended herbal medicine in the world with about six million Americans alone consuming it on a regular basis, apart from people in the rest of the world.

The root which is in the shape of a human body represents good health. The benefits of ginseng extends to physical, mental and general well-being

The ginseng root has a 5000 old year history and the name ‘Panax’ which means ‘all cure’ in Greek was coined by a Russian Botanist C.A. Meyer. Ginsomin is backed by decades of consumer experience and the Korean panax ginseng root is backed by tons of science too

Of all the varieties of ginseng available in the world, Korean Panax Ginseng is considered the purest and the one in Ginsomin is standardised in Switzerland for quality and efficacy.

Available island-wide at all supermarkets and independent pharmacies, Ginsomin is imported and distributed by A. Baur & Co Ltd. a Swiss Company in operation, since 1897.

Consumers across the island have experienced beneficial results with Ginsomin, their elevated glycaemic or sugar levels getting normalised and their dependence on many synthetic drugs being drastically reduced, which not only improves their general health but positively impacts their medical expenditure. As Ginsomin says, “Stay Super and beat Diabetes”. Over the many years in Sri Lanka and in other parts of the world, Ginsomin has lived true to its promise of imparting an active, energetic strong and a happy life. The vast number of satisfied Ginsomin users across a diverse section of people comprising of professionals, athletes, entrepreneurs, homemakers, etc. is a true testimony to the fact.

 After all, the Greek physician and father of medicine, Hippocrates once said “Food is thy medicine and medicine is thy food”.

Let today, be an important day that will change our whole life.

Mega Lifesciences along with its flagship brand Ginsomin wishes you the joy of human wellness. 


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