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Ayurvedic-Life International, LLC is an intellectual property company with an established, and highly regarded background, in the chemistry and physics of powdered materials. We have expertise in the chemistry of hydrocolloids, both synthetic and natural. We have developed unique relationships for procurement, and in the development of sourcing, for natural materials.

Our work with hydrocolloids has resulted in the development of adhesive bio-electrodes, ostomy/stoma adhesives, denture adhesives, and lip balms. Further work led to the development of treatments for diaper rash and Decubitus ulcers.

We have also completed projects for the paper and nonwoven industries in the areas of wet strength, adhesives, softness, 'hand', and coatings.

One of the products currently under development is an all-natural material that has antimycotic, antiviral, and antimicrobial properties. We anticipate that this new product will have a very wide range of practical applications in consumer products.

We have established valuable products for the food industry that include:

• Materials for the production of frozen confections such as ice cream • Materials for the production of low-fat burgers that offer exceptional flavor and juiciness • Binders for the production of burgers from ground poultry (both chicken and turkey) • Marinades for whole muscle meats

Our current work is concentrated on the application of science to the study, and development of products from the plant material used in Ayurvedic medicines. This work has resulted in the development of a proprietary novel plant based ingredient, for the maintenance of blood sugar and cholesterol levels that are already within the normal range. Other products under development, using Ayurvedic plant materials, include products for weight control, stress relief, and prostrate issues.

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Last Updated on Friday, 03 April 2009 10:13