therapeutic alcohol free drinks based on medicinal plant extracts by benbenzhou

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									                 THERAPEUTIC ALCOHOL-FREE DRINKS
                BASED ON MEDICINAL PLANT EXTRACTS

Description
The Aya-Ganga, Khamar-Daban, and Yaruuna alcohol-free drinks are aerated drinks contain-
ing extracts from several kinds of medicinal plants:
Aya-Ganghas has a stimulating and invigorating effect;
Khamar-Daban is recommended as an immune-modulating product;
Yaruuna is useful in water-salt metabolism disturbances.
The drink called Ulan-Udenskaya with thyme and mint is based on natural mineralized water
containing extracts from thyme and mint. The Ulan-Udenskaya with thyme and mint has a
favorable effect on the functions of the upper respiratory tract and gastrointestinal tract.




                               Alcohol-free therapeutic drinks

Technical appraisal and economic benefits
The alcohol-free drinks Aya-Ganga, Khamar-Daban, Yaruuna and Ulan-Udenskaya with
thyme and mint are inexpensive natural products intended to prevent various diseases.
They are produced from inexpensive plant raw materials available in sufficient amounts in the
Russian Federation using a simple and clean technology.

Application areas
The alcohol-free drinks Aya-Ganga, Khamar-Daban, Yaruuna, and Ulan-Udenskaya with
thyme and mint are used for the prevention and adjuvant treatment of various diseases.

Development stage
The alcohol-free drinks Aya-Ganga, Khamar-Daban, Yaruuna, and Ulan-Udenskaya with
thyme and mint are produced by the Akvabur company (Ulan-Ude). The drinks can also be
produced at food-processing plants.
The drinks may be sold by drugstores and food stores.

Patent situation
Russian Federation Patents were granted for Khamar-Daban, Yaruuna, and Ulan-Udenskaya
with thyme and mint (1997).
Commercial offers
• license agreements;
• know-how transfer;
• joint production (a production area of 722 m2 is available);
• production and delivery contracts;
• marketing agreement;
• contracts for further research and development of other kinds of therapeutic drinks.

Estimated cost
The estimated cost of know-how transfer is 50 000 rubles.

Contacts
Lyudmila P. Kozyreva, Cand. Sc., Scientific Secretary
Institute of General and Experimental Biology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of
Sciences
6, Sakhyanova St., Ulan-Ude, 670047, Russia
Phone: (3012) 41-99-48
Fax: (3012) 43-30-34
E-mail: kozyreva@biol.bscnet.ru




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