Philosophy & Approach
Our Philosophy runs parallel to that of Ayurveda, our every action reflects our thinking of better health and care of our patients. Our philosophy also blends well with our dream of a disease free and healthy society. We also strive to bring paradigm shift in the lives of sufferers through our products and services.

In the market scenario where there are two separate products available for restoration and supplementation of the human body's, Aimil has thought of something different. In all our products we have combined the good supplementation power of nutraceuticals and effective treating power of pharmaceuticals as we believe in treating, repairing, restoring and bringing back the patient from the diseased state.
Aimil approaches for quality & value additions through scientific validation
Exclusivity in the Herbal market
The formulations and products are exclusive to and are the proprietary property of AIMIL pharma. The formulations and products offered are unique to the markets and are creating a new benchmark for the natural health product industry. For the first time, AIMIL has brought natural health products up to the highest standards with respect to potency & purity,  maintained by the pharmaceutical industry The products offered are safe dependable, and have no adverse effects or toxicity. They have restorative and supplemental characteristics to heal the human body as a whole. They can be taken concurrently with other forms of medication. AIMIL PRODUCT LINE CONCEPT COMBINING RESTORATION WITH SUPPLEMENTATION FOR IDEAL HEALTHCARE

Restoration
Restoration is a wider term, which implies to provide all possible means to bring back a state of normalcy to the, systems and the body as a whole (i.e. make the body work the way it is supposed to). Restoration does not only mean the therapeutic corrective action, but also to emphasize on toning and rejuvenating processes for the organs and the body as a whole. This helps delay ageing and promotes endurance.

The Diagnosis: Clinical diagnosis and Laboratory tests

The restoration process begins with diagnosis. That is, identifying the shortcomings in the functioning of body systems, observing clinical signs and symptoms and if needed conducting laboratory bio-chemical tests. For example if the liver is diseased, it may be due to cellular damage, inflammation or infection. To accurately diagnose the root cause, the above mentioned procedure needs to be followed.

The Treatment: Allopathic Medicine vs. Herbal Medicine

In modern allopathic systems, once the physicians diagnose the condition, a cocktail of molecular drugs has to be prescribed for each of the conditions and symptoms. Medicines in the molecular form have been around for a few hundred years and have no doubt revolutionized the medical treatment of the human body in a positive way. These medicines are used to treat infections, control chronic diseases, and relieve the symptoms efficiently; however, they also sometimes simultaneously bring in problems and adverse effects bigger than the solutions they provide. Healing with multi-herbal formulations works in a holistic fashion unlike molecular (allopathic) medicines and do not have the same potential problems or adverse effects. The chart below draws this comparison:
COMPARISON FACTOR MOLECULAR FORM MEDICINES (Allopathic Medicines) MULTI-HERBAL FORMULATIONS
Bacterial resistance Microbes may develop resistance to anti-biotics. Due to multi-herbal formulations no such resistance observed.
Effect on other organs during treatment Treatment of one disease may hurt other organs, systems and the body as a whole. Synergistically provide the optimum healing, restoration and supplementation for the diseased organ/system and the body as a whole.
Metabolism Disturb specific or general metabolism of the body. Restores, supplements and support the specific and general metabolism of the body.
Adverse effects May produce undesirable adverse effects No adverse effects
Overall restoration of the body Do nothing to restore the organs, systems, and the whole body to the optimum levels of health. Individually and collectively, by multiprolonged and multiple modal action restore the organs, systems and the whole body to the optimum levels of health.
For example, in allopathic practice, Reserpine (a potent alkaloid of the herb Rauwolfia serpentina) is used for lowering high blood pressure, but in its molecular form, it has potent adverse effects such as:
Dizziness Stuffy nose
Loss of appetite Headache
Diarrhea Dry mouth
Upset stomach Decreased sexual ability
Vomiting
In contrast, the same herb, Rauwolfia serpentina, has other alkaloids like ajmaline, serpentine, which collectively exert a broader spectrum of action with minimal adverse effects. Herbs also have a broad spectrum of activities compared to allopathic medicines. For example, Tinospora is a well known herb with multiple pharmacological activities that have been well documented, and proven to have the following characteristics: immunomodulator, antimicrobial, antiarthritic, antiallergic, antioxidant, cholagogue, and liver tonic activities. When we compare this to allopathic medicine (single molecule product), we do not find so many beneficial therapeutic and pharmacological effects. Similar examples are herbs like Neem, Myrobalans, Turmeric, and Pipers, which provide various therapeutic activities and heal the patient in a number of different or related diseases. Synergy plays a wider role in restoration as it widens the spectrum and scope of the bioactivity of the active ingredients available in a particular formulation. Therefore, restoration through multi-herbal products is preferable because unlike the allopathic system of treatment, single herb products, or incomplete herbal formulations, these products:
  • Produce therapeutic corrective action.
  • Tone and rejuvenate various organs and the body as a whole.
  • Produce no adverse effects.

Supplementation
The human body is made of five basic constituents, namely:
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Fats (Lipids)
  • Water
  • Trace elements (minerals & electrolytes).
The different organs are made up of these constituents and their function is regulated through similar components. These are called as Enzymes, Hormones and autacoids (e.g. histamine, serotonin). Trace elements are further divided into:
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Electrolytes
  • Micronutrients, etc.
Supplementation defined Supplementation provides nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients where the patient shows signs of deficiency. Deficiency may occur due to lack of availability of a healthy balanced diet or poor absorption and utilization of these elements by the body. Also it may occur due to the depletion of these elements because of the chronic disease itself. In order to supplements the essential micronutrients in a natural way. We should consume fresh fruits and vegetables. Raw herbs are also a rich source of the above components in the shape of photochemicals. Photochemicals are the biologically active substances in plants that are responsible for giving them color and flavor). Phytochemcicals also provide protection to the human body and correct the disease conditions. Many people routinely use some form of synthetic or extracted supplements like vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients on a regular basis in place of a well balanced diet. Vitamins are available both in natural or synthetic form. Though in both forms the molecular structure structure remains the same. The natural one is considered better. Studies have shown that protein supplements that are non-protein bonded. It is important to mention that : Additional synthetic supplements  may e sued in case of deficiency syndromes. One must abide by the suggested optimal dosage recommendations which if exceeded over a long period of time may cause adverse effects due to their accumulation in the body tissues (e.g. fat soluble vitamins like vitamins A and D) its consequences. To have the desired positive effects the body must properly absorb, assimilate and utilize these  supplement nutrients. It is essential to detect & estimate the deficiency of minerals before supplementation begins as the excess intake of the same may lead to harmful effects. For example : When an iron supplement is taken continuously overa long period of time, it accumulates in the body. The excess leads to the production of free radicals which are harmful for the body. Chromium (mineral) supplementation in diabetes can only be helpful f the insulin  deficiency in the patient is due to the nutritional deficiency of chromium. If the intake of chromium is continued without the nutritional deficiency, this will lead to excess of chromium in blood.  This can lead to chromium toxicity , which has been associate with dermatitis, gastrointestinal ulcers and liver & kidney impairment. The balanced intake of minerals is also necessary . when a mineral is absorbed, it must be carried by the blood to the cells and then transported across the cell membranes in a form that can be utilized by it. once a  mineral enters the body, it compares  with other minerals for absorption and assimilation . for example , excess of zinc intake of unmonitored and imbalanced  intake of minerals  can lead to harmful effects to the body. Therefore, supplementation through a well balanced healthy deit can multi-herbal  products is preferable for the patient because they collectively provide the supplements which can be absorbed and utilized by the body I the best possible way. COMBINING RESTORATION WITH SUPPLEMENTATION FOR COMPLETE HEALING After understanding how supplements and restoration work individually to treat chronic disease, it is evident that to get the best results for the patient. It is important to provide  both restoration and supplements simultaneously in the treatment. The preferred method to provide the restoration and supplementation is based on their availability through a formulation of multiple herbs and a healthy balanced diet.  Aimil products not only provide restoration and supplementation in the best possible way in single product but also
  • Provides effective, dependable time tested (with synergistically active ingredients) and safe remedies which are targeted at the root cause of the disease and restore  the health of the patient to an optimum level with no adverse effects.
  • Provides fast symptomatic relief.
  • Ensures that the active ingredients in the formulation are absorbed at an optimum level.

AIMIL’s Research & Development
The AIMIL Research and Development Team ensures that all of our products meet with and exceed all of the stringent parameters set by Ayurvedist, pharmacologists and scientists. This is achieved by formulating a composition in which ingredients work synergistically and through multi-mechanism of action which holistically benefits the patient. Each product composition contains two separate formulations (Primary and Secondary) which are combined into one final formulation (Product Composition):
  1. Primary Formulation is targeted at the root cause of the actual disease and the associated symptoms.
  2. Secondary Formulation balances the body's physiology, and improves absorption of active ingredients and nutrients (present in the formulations and food) from the Gastro Intestinal Tract of the patient. Thus, the optimal amounts of these become available to the body and they help enhance the overall metabolism. As a result, the patient receives both restoration and supplementation with no adverse effects.

Quality & Validation
AIMIL bases its product formulations on the concept of 5000 years of Indigenous medicine, healthcare knowledge, experience & results – combined with modern research by Ayurvedist, pharmacologists and other scientists. In recent years, the herbs and their formulations have been analysed and tested according to strict scientific parameters to ensure that each product:
  1. Maintenance of Balance by Physical-Mental & subtle Wellbeing. Effectively targets the root cause of the chronic disease.
  2. Provides fast symptomatic relief to the patient.
  3. Developing formulation containing herbs that work synergistically for the management of the specific disease.
  4. Restores the normal functioning of specific organs and the human body as a whole.
  5. Completely safe for short and long-term use in patients, without adverse effects in usage.

Limitations of Allopathic System
Allopathic drugs are not only way to care for chronic diseases as almost all molecules exerts mild to severe side effects on other organs of body besides the targeted one. The western world – North America & Western Europe focus on allopathic medicine as the best way to treat diseases. However, for thousands of years before the advent of the allopathic system of medicine, people were being medically cared for with the help of natural and herbal products all throughout the globe.