Gone are the days when one would strictly adhere to the allopathic offerings for the cure. Nowadays, people are more than willing to adapt the wellness and the sustainable way. It is turning out to be a niche market for the marketers and the medical product providers alike and Haslab is looking to tap the potential via banking on the market analysis expertise of 3EA.
New tactics for product development, the competitive environment and the boom of technology driving the homoeopathy market highlight the key factors in the report. On the occasion of the study release, Dr Amit Rastogi from Haslab took the opportunity to present the vision of the company and the things in the pipeline.
"We believe in bringing healthcare closer to conventional medicine by focusing on extensive research and innovation. This study provides us with the right direction to plan and assess further practices to place ourselves and get recognized as a global leader in providing accurate and scientific solutions to deliver life-changing wellness measures without side-effects", read the excerpts from the announcement.
Over the period of the last 5-6 years, the Asia Pacific region has witnessed huge growth in the market with more people opting for homoeopathy solutions. People are now understanding the benefits of homoeopathy rather than opting for conventional therapies that can leave the body extremely weak and fatigued. Allopathic medicines can provide you with the relief quickly, but, homoeopathy makes sure to eradicate the problem right from the root.
Those who were consulted for the study research by 3EA suggested that homoeopathy was very important in maintaining health and well-being and the remedies have played a huge role in the improvement of their health condition.
The study has been designed to help HSL effectively tap the touch points of their patients by removing the pain points that these patients face. It helps HSL to adopt an impeccable approach and grow from their two manufacturing units in Lucknow to expand and cater to the ever-increasing demand of homoeopathic medicines via adhering to strict medical norms.
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