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    Baba Ramdev -Divya Tejus Tailum
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    Divya Yog Pharmacy Mandir Trust


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    • This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to cure, diagnose, prevent, or treat any disease.
    • Mode of Administration: Take 10-15 ml and massage it on the head scalp and the body. Ingredients: Made of the mixture of 9 pure herbal oils.
    • Every 10 ml of the oil contains almond oil, olive oil, walnut oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, soyabean oil, peanut (groundnut) oil, mustard oil and castor oil in some proportions.
    • Divya Tejas Tailum is useful for hair and skin glow and improves muscle strength. Very much useful in loss of hairs and is having a good fragrance that make a person active all the day. It glorifies the skin after a gentle massage.
    • Ingredients: Badam, Taitun, Akhrot Surajmukhi , Til, Soyabean, Mungfuli, Sarson, Araund,

    Patanjali Kesh Kanti Reetha Hair Cleanser - 200ml
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    Patanjali


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    • Very popular shampoo with fresh natural smell useful for entire family.
    • Supports health of skalp, color of hair and overall health of hair.
    • 200 ml by volume

Will Patanjali's Second Wave of Growth Be as Easy as its First?

New Delhi : Patanjali Ayurved’s dream to become India’s top FMCG company, overtaking Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL), appears to have it hit its first solid speed bump since its inception. The company’s scorching pace of growth has stalled as a result of intensified market competition and perhaps the inherent limitations of faith-based marketing and distribution strategies.

The firm’s chaotic expansion has, over the last two years, taken a toll on the quality of the company’s flagship products and its brand value, forcing customers to go back to their previous choices, products of rival firms available in the market.

Patanjali had earned revenue of over Rs 10,561 crore in 2016-17, registering 150% growth over the preceding year. Encouraged by its red-hot pace of growth, the company targeted doubling its revenue to Rs 20,000 crore in 2017-18.

Elaborating on Patanjali’s growth plans, yoga guru Baba Ramdev – who is the face of the company, if not the actual promoter – had in May 2017 claimed that Patanjali would continue to “double revenue every year” to cross Rs 20,000 crore by March 2018 and subsequently cross the annual revenue of market leader Hindustan Unilever (HUL) by March 31, 2019.

Do the Atheists at least know why some people like me believe in God?

why should we not believe in God when we are getting so much of benefits from Gods yoga. Like i have done tata to so much of diseases which i had got hehehe. People are also getting rid from diseases like cancer and overweight and white hairs. The results


The human body is capable of healing itself and there is no need for faith in a god to make this happen!
I do not believe in a god or gods, but I do believe that my body and my emotional being can either heal or harm depending how I use it. So


like almost every other atheist will tell you-
our goal is not to change YOUR beliefs. I DONT CARE
just dont try and push it onto others


Stretching cures cancer? Got any evidence for that claim?