Hello, My name is Ram Subedi. I am a trained pharmacist and later studied Business Administration (MBA). I have several years of experience in working with handmade and natural herbal products. Formerly I served as Director of Operation in US$ 3.2 million, a United States Agency For International Development(USAID) funded Business Development Service project aiming to double the income of rural, conflict-prone areas of Nepal. I have received several training on production, product design, quality management and marketing from Japan, Germany, Sweden and elsewhere. I have made a career in the enterprise development and international trade in medicinal and aromatic plants and non-timber forest products. This store is dedicated to promote handmade products and herbal supplements. I have been exporting our herbal nutritional supplements to various countries in the world that include: Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Sweden, UK and USA. The quality of our products is reflected in the ever increasing demand from our long standing customers. We aim to help community people, growers and craft producers of Nepal to promote their products in international markets.

I have undergone several training on marketing, management and product design such as: - International Training Workshop on Ecological Product Design organized by Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft e. V and sponsored by the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of Government of the Federal Republic of Germany. - Applied International Management Training conducted by Swedish Institute of Management and sponsored by Swedish International Corporation Agency (SIDA). I am associated with number of other organizations that include: ANSAB, Nepal, Kathmandu-Vice- Chairperson Nepal Herbs and Herbal Product Association, Kathmandu – Vice- Chairperson Gorkha Ayurved Company (P) Ltd., Kathmandu- Director Everest Biodiesel Company (P) Ltd, Kathmandu- Director I have participated participated in various training, business seminars, trade fairs and workshops that include: 2011 Bangalore, India. 7th. Nutra India Summit, Buyers Sellers Meet Organized by PHARMEXIL, India 2011 Bhopal, India. International Herbal Fair, organized by Government of India, MP State Federation 2010 Bangalore, India. 4th. Ayurveda World Congress and Arogya Expo, organized by Government of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry. 2010 Tokyo, Japan. Program for Quality Problem Solving( PQPS) training organized by AOTS, Japan 2008 Edinburg, UK. Small forest enterprises workshop organized by International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). 2008 Bellagio Como, Italy. Livelihood Workshop. , Organized by Women Commission for Refugee and Children, NY, under Rockefeller foundation fellowship program. 2005 Nepal. Appreciative Inquiry for Peace and Development: An initiative for Societal Transformation. Organized by Imagine Nepal and Case Western University, USA. 2005 Marseille, France. Nepal Enterprise, Everest and Everything Else. , Marseille, France. Organized by PlaNet Finance, France. 2005 Los Angeles, USA. California Gift Show Autumn and Spring, organized by GLM, USA. 2004 Paris, France. Nepal Promotion Expo. Organized by Nepal France Chambers of Commerce & Industry and Paris Chambers of Commerce 2004 Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Natural Product Expo Europe 2004 2003 Nepal. Business Development Services – Principles, Tools and Practices. Organized by Netherlands Development Organization. In Nepal. 2001 Netherlands. Institutional Development and Organizational Strengthening. Organized by the Management for Development Foundation. 2001 Nuremberg, Germany. BioFach Nuremberg: World Organic Food Market 1999 Nepal. Management and Sustainable Utilization of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. Organized by HMG Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation and IDRC, Canada 1999 Paris, France. Nepal Promotion Expo. Organized by Nepal France Chambers of Commerce & Industry and Paris Chambers of Commerce. 1998 Wuppertal, Germany. Fair Trade Congress. Organized by European Fair Trade Association ( EFTA) 1997 Sweden. Applied International Management Program. Organized by the Swedish Institute of Management and Swedish International Corporation Agency (SIDA). 1997 Cologne, Germany. ANUGA International Food Market. Supported by GTZ Protrade 1997 Nepal. Applications of Ethnobotany to Conservation and Community Development. Organized by King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation. 1996 Germany. Ecological Product Design. Organized by Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft and the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany. 1995 Munich, Germany. International Pharmaceutical Trade Fair EXPOPHARM. Organized by the Center for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries, an agency of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 1995 Netherlands. Integrated Promotion Program for Pharmaceuticals Products. Organized by CBI, an agency of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 1993 Germany. IGA EXPO Herbs Seminar. Organized by DEG/GTZ Protrade. I would be happy to answer your queries about my work and the products and I can be reached at Gorkha Exim.


Simply dissolve in hot, non chlorinated water, tea or warm milk and drink. We recommend to take one pea sized portion, two times a day for general well being. Dosage can be increased for greater energy and effect.
Shilajit is mainly collected from serene surroundings of the Western mountains of Nepal at altitudes between 2500-5000 m5. It has also been extracted from similar mountain ranges found in Afghanistan, Bhutan, China, Pakistan, Tibet and Norway at altitudes between 1000 and 5000 m(Tien-Shan, Ural). However, Shilajit found in Nepal is considered as the best and also acquired good reputation in international market for its potency and purity. The Shilajit engorged pristine mountains in Nepal is also acclaimed for a superfluity of highly potential medicinal herbs.
Raw Shilajit or Mumio is what is sold in Russia,Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and the Altai Mountains bordering Kazakhstan. This material is sold as mumijo (spelled many different ways) and is rarely, perhaps never, processed according to Ayurvedic methods. The claim is often made that it is superior to Indian Shilajit, but one should always be cautious of what is written by professional advertising agents and their clients. It has been found to speed the healing of fractures and there is quite a bit of evidence that it is an adaptogen that improves endurance and athletic performance. Nepal Shilajit follows AYURVEDA scripture for the purification and also people in Nepal are involved in collection, purification and use of Shilajit from time immemorial. Shilajit found in Nepal matches the description of ancient Ayurvedic text "Charaka".
Raw Shilajit it is dissolved in warm water/Herbal decoction. When the dust particles settle in bottom, the solution is filtered in other vessel with the help of muslin cloth. After filtration, the solution is kept under the sun for drying. After drying for several hours the pure Shilajit is collected and packed in desired sizes for the paste.
The greatest Ayervedic physicians have said “There is no disease on earth which cannot be cured by Shilajit”. This is a very broad statement and recent research has proven that its adaptogenic properties can indeed benefit everyone, however there are certain conditions that it is especially effective for. Memory and cognition, Immune system modulator, Anti-ulcer, Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant. Through these actions Shilajit can have positive effects on many different health problems.
Shilajit has been used for thousands of years and for as many different health problems. It is listed as a healing agent in ancient Sanskrit writings and is used today in Ayurvedic health practices. The discovery is said to be made by Himalayan villagers observing large white monkeys migrate to the mountains in the warm summer months. The monkeys were seen to be chewing a semi-soft substance that flowed from between layers of rock. The villagers attributed the monkey’s great strength, longevity and wisdom to the substance. They began to consume it themselves and reported a broad spectrum of improvements in health. It seemed to give them more energy, relieve digestive problems, Increase sex drive, improve memory and cognition, improve diabetes, reduce allergies, improve the quality and quantity of life and it seemed to cure all diseases.
Shilajit literally means “winner of Rocks”. It is also interpreted as the “Destroyer of Weakness and the Builder of Strength”. Shilajit, a special substance, is found in the pristine mountains of Nepal. In the hot summer months, the mineral pitch oozes from cracks and fissures of the rocky Himalayan landscape.
Non humic substancs or Low molecular weight organic compounds - Dibenzo-alpha pyrones, phospholipids, triterpenes and phenolic acids, Humic Substances: humic acid, fulvic acid Minerals or trace elements - silica, iron, antimony, calcium, copper, lithium, magnesium, manganese, molybedenum, phosphorous, silica, sodium, strontium, zinc Shilajit contains humic and non-humic substances as its bioactive organic compounds. A study done by S. Goshal shows that humic substances is responsible for the major organic mass (80-85%) of shilajit. Humic substances (HS) are complex mixtures formed during decay of latex and resin bearing plant . HS are generically classified into fulvic and humic acid fractions according to their solubility properties. Humic (HA) and fulvic acids (FA) are metal-organic complexes of soil humus, which contain nitrogen, oxygen and sulphur as heteroelements in their molecules. The medicinal properties of Shilajit are ascribable to non humic substance (oxygenated di-benzo-alpha pyrones), humic substance (fulvic acids) and minerals.