Economic Pharmaceutical Works


This laboratory was started for supplying fresh and genuine Indian Tinctures, Biochemic & Homoeopathic Triturations and Tablets to the market which had been infested with spurious products of all description. A new item as important as Globules has of late been added to the line–a land-mark of progress in the history of Homoeopathic manufacture in India.


INCORPORATED WITH

(Standard Homoeopathic Laboratory; Registered under Govt. of India Act XVII of 1908)

A laboratory has to fight hard to establish its name of fame. But the name of M. Bhattacharyya & Co., of Calcutta, the proprietors of the laboratory, is so well-known for the medical profession as well as laymen, for their integrity and high standard, that it is hardly necessary to do anything more than remind them of their unimpeachable reputation for quality, ranging, over half a century. So, it would be, we hope, no impertinence if we say that the Economic Pharmaceutical Works should not be judged like other concerns that have no tradition to fall back on.

This laboratory was started for supplying fresh and genuine Indian Tinctures, Biochemic & Homoeopathic Triturations and Tablets to the market which had been infested with spurious products of all description. A new item as important as Globules has of late been added to the line–a land-mark of progress in the history of Homoeopathic manufacture in India.

We beg to draw the attention of our medical and lay friends to the fact that the Economic Pharmaceutical Works is the biggest of its kind in India, is fitted with the latest and most efficient apparatus and appliances. Every detail of the manufacture is conducted by a trained staff under the direct control of a veteran graduate of science. Thus we are in a position to guarantee the potency, stability and uniform accuracy of all our products.

It is most gratifying to note that we have been exporting the products (particularly Mother Tinctures from Indian fresh plants) of the Economic Pharmaceutical Works even to America and Europe to the entire satisfaction of our clients there. It may be news to many, but surely is a thing which India may be proud of.

We offer our sincere thanks to our numerous patrons for their steady support to M. Bhattacharyya & Co. and hope they would, with equal zeal and kindness, extend their help to this new but worthy venture also. We take this opportunity to mention that we shall always welcome visits by our friends, particularly the medical friends to our laboratory and would be most thankful for their valuable suggestions.

N C Bose