Schwabe India launches the world famous 'Pentarkan
Dr Willmar Schwabe India Pvt Ltd is a
subsidiary of the Germany based Dr Willmar
Schwabe Arzeimittel, the largest producer
of homeopathic medicines in the world. With its
state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and
the highest quality standards, Schwabe India
is a dominant force in the Indian Homeopathic
Industry and is setting the standards for
others to follow.
Schwabe India is all set to redefine the Indian
homeopath market with the launch of their latest
range of homeopathic medicines, the 'Pentarkan
Range'. The range comprises of a list of highly
effective and safe medicines that are capable
of dealing with a host of problems common among
Indian people. The range includes a list of 15
homeopathic medicines. Some of the individual
medicines in the range are exclusively for women
specific health problems like post delivery conditions,
irregularities in menstrual cycle, etc.
The range was launched in Pune by Mr Bodo
Rasler, Managing Director, Schwabe India. Speaking
on the occasion Mr Rasler said, "The Pentarkan
range is a specially formulated homeopathic range
that targets the root cause of the condition and
thus is not only effective for a single indication
but also for associated,JK problems. He further
added, "The Pentarkan Range scores over
conventional medicines for these indications in
being safe and this coupled with its good efficacy
will make it the treatment of choice."
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Avinash Mandale, Manager,
Marketing & Sales, Schwabe India, said, "The
individual products in the range deal with problems
that are common among the people of the country.
The products are easy to use and come with complete
information about the indication, its symptoms and
the correct dosage details."
All the medicines are manufactured at Schwabe
India's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility
at NOIDA, which is the only one of its
kind in India. The plant conforms to good manufacturing
practices. Stringent quality control is maintained
through each stage of the manufacturing process
from, raw material to packaging.
Text: Rahul Surkund
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