Quality assurance is an integrated process at Ayurveda Paradies

The highest quality standards flow in cooperation with Kairali Ayurveda in the products a.

Before delivery, all products are tested in the laboratory for contamination and residues such as pesticides or heavy metals in accordance with the guidelines of the WHO for an assessment of the quality of plant-based products.

In addition, the Ayurveda Paradise takes on a European ISO DIN EN ISO / IEC 17025 certified control of the products.

Other brands such as Nimi, Classic Ayurveda or Maharishi Ayurveda apply their own quality guidelines. These products are also tested in the laboratory and the products are labeled accordingly.

Some im Ayurveda shop marked products have also been given the following seal of approval:

BDIH - controlled natural cosmetics

BDHI Zertifizierung
Ayurveda products and other natural products that carry the BDIH certificate are subject to independent and continuous control based on basic criteria. The BDIH (Federal Association of Industrial and Trading Companies for Drugs, Health Foods, Dietary Supplements and Cosmetics) is a social and thus not-for-profit association of manufacturers and sales companies. The focus is on transparency for consumers and the creation of a level playing field for all participating companies.
  • Vegetable raw materials: The vegetable raw materials used must be certified ecological outputoriginating material
  • Animal raw materials: Any animal raw materials that are produced by animals, such as milk or honey, are allowed. However, animal raw materials from dead vertebrates such as mink oil, emu oil and animal fats are not permitted.
  • Without cruel animal testing: Animal experiments may not be carried out or commissioned during the manufacture, development or testing of end products.
  • Natural cosmetics: In the production of natural cosmetics, in addition to physical processes including extraction with water, vegetable alcohol, carbon dioxide, vegetable fats or oils and glycerine obtained from them, enzymatic and microbiological processes, as they also occur in nature, are permitted.
  • Natural substances: In addition, substances from natural substances such as fats, oils and waxes, sugar, starch, cellulose, proteins, polysaccharides, vitamins can be obtained by means of hydrolysis, hydrogenation, esterification or other splitting and condensation.
  • Preservatives: Only selected, nature-identical preservatives may be used. Appropriate labeling is required here.
  • Natural fragrances: There are exclusively natural fragrances according to ISO standard 9235 as well as biotechnologically obtained fragrances are permitted in products.
Prohibited substances that must not be used under any circumstances:
  • Organic synthetic dyes
  • Synthetic fragrances
  • Ethoxylated raw materials
  • Silicones
  • Paraffins and other petroleum products
  • Vegetable and animal raw materials as well as end products that have been treated with ionizing radiation
The corresponding laboratory tests and test seals can be viewed at any time on request.