the natural goodness of ojamin

Purity Facts
  • completely herbal
  • cholestrol free
  • gluten free
  • vegan
  • yeast free
  • no artificial Preservatives
  • no artificial colours
  • sugar free
  • salt free
  • wheat free
  • saccharine free
  • animal free
  • no artificial flavourings
  • no artificial emulsifiers
  • fat free
  • vegetarian
  • aspartame free
  • dairy free
  • synthetic free
  • no artificial sweeteners
  • no artificial ingredient at all

ojamin is a fully natural lifestyle and wellbeing tonic made from 15 herbs and fruits to make you look better, feel better and live better. All our herbs in ojamin are free from any artificial influence.

Herbs are only sourced from pristine forests, and are free from fertilisers, pesticides, GMOs or any other nasties. We control the entire process from forest to bottle, ensuring you get the best possible product.

The ingredients in ojamin work together to manage blood sugars, boost immunity, anti-oxidise your body, cleanse your vital organs and revitalise your skin.

ojamin is free from any nasties, additives, fats and sugars

ojamin is Made in England and Refined in Switzerland

the story of ojamin

Did ojamin ® just appear spontaneously? Of course not! The tonic has a long and involved history, but one that we can quickly summarize. The story of Ojamin is about fate linking an ancient body of knowledge with the destinies of two men from different generations: Laxman K. Tate and his grandson Pete.

L.K., as he was fondly called by his peers, was an official of the British Empire, posted in western provinces of India during the British Raj. Diagnosed with diabetes in his early forties, he took numerous pharmaceutical medicines with little beneficial effect. Not a man to be beaten, L.K. set about studying Ayurvedic, Egyptian, Greek and other ancient literature for esoteric remedies that stretched back two millennia. Using what he learned about the efficacy of various herbs and fruits, L.K. ultimately developed ‘Ojamin Liquid’, the tonic he took daily for the remainder of his very healthy and fulfilled life. He died in 2014 at the grand old age of 100 years. Over the intervening years L.K. turned his hand to numerous businesses with great success, not least supplying Ojamin Liquid to the Indian and other markets.

Half a century after L.K. first formulated Ojamin Liquid, Pete Tate, his grandson, came to England to study at the London School of Economics. On the morning of 29th September 2010, Pete received a telephone call from Simon Barnes, Managing Partner of Tate and Lyle Ventures. Simon, had been contacted by Elbert Vaughn, an American suffering from diabetes. Elbert’s father had previously worked in India, where he had obtained a few bottles of Ojamin Liquid, the potion Elbert claimed was proving very beneficial to his health. However, his stock was running low. Seeing the name Tate on his last bottle, Elbert contacted Tate and Lyle, desperate to see if that company produced the product. Amazingly the e-mail eventually reached Simon Barnes, but instead of just dumping it as a crank letter, intrigued, Simon took an interest. Miraculously he somehow managed to track down Pete, and then passed on the note. Pete was delighted to arrange the resupply of Elbert’s depleted stock.

Pete knew relatively little about Ojamin Liquid. Later that year on his visit to India he decided to find out more about this amazing concoction. There he met several people who claimed to have derived several benefits from ojamin, and read many testimonials to its efficacy in treating a wide range of ailments, but particularly as a tonic and as an aid to physical well-being. It was then that he decided he would fulfill his grandfather’s wish of making the benefits of Ojamin available in the UK, and indeed across the world.

Pete took a break from his studies, and founded MedTate in March 2011 with a view of developing Ojamin. Pete formed a strong research team to conduct scientific studies on each of the original Ojamin herbs. Whilst that research confirmed Ojamin as a very efficacious tonic, He realized that in its original form Ojamin wouldn’t fly in western markets. Firstly, the taste in its raw formulation, although not nasty, could in no way be called pleasant. Hence he took Ojamin to a Swiss laboratory, and had them refine the product to make it more palatable, while maintaining the efficacy of its original selection of herbs and fruits.

Secondly, the ingredients of this refined Ojamin needed to comply with a wide range of national and international regulatory standards. These hurdles were cleared with approval from all concerned UK government bodies including Medical and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), Food Standard Agency (FSA) and Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), and thus ojamin - herb & fruit was born.

Always a staunch supporter of British industry with its high levels of quality control, Pete set up his manufacturing base in Nottinghamshire in England. With the same efficacy as L.K. Tate’s original Ojamin Liquid, ojamin - herb & fruit, or simply ojamin®, has the added benefits of refinements born in Swiss scientific expertise, and the confidence that the product complies with the strictest British manufacturing guidelines.

With his strong belief that ojamin® can help many more people like Elbert Vaughn, Pete is determined to deliver the benefits of this fantastic tonic, based on ancient herbal wisdom, to a brand new constituency.

Genesis of ojamin

  • (4000BC)

    Medicinal herbal usage in
    ancient India

    Herbs played a major part in ancient Indian medicine, where the principal treatment for diseases was diet. The study of herbs for medicinal use was called Ayurveda.

  • (3300BC – 525BC)

    Herbal usage in ancient

    Egyptian medicine is some of the oldest ever documented. Treatments were made from vegetables, fruits and minerals. The Edwin Smith papyrus is still relevant in modern medicine as a learning manual.

  • (50AD - 1550AD)

    Herbal usage during
    medieval Europe

    Dioscorides wrote a five-volume book titled De Materia Medica. It became the principal reference work on pharmacology across Europe and the Middle East for over 1500 years.

  • (1587AD)

    The first English herbal

    In 1587, the first English Herbal was compiled by English Apothecary John Gerarde. By 18th century herbs became widely used by both doctors and scientists.

  • (1900s)

    Global herbal literature
    and birth of Ojamin

    By the 19th century, there was growing significance of herbal literature across the world. These studies were the cornerstone in genesis of L.K. Tate’s Ojamin Liquid.

  • (1968 -1980)

    First formulation of
    Ojamin Liquid

    L.K. initially produced Ojamin Liquid in his home using basic apparatus to mix herbs for his own consumption. He also gave it free to his friends and acquaintances.

  • (1982)

    First production of
    Ojamin Liquid

    After becoming popular in his social circle, L.K. manufactured the first commercial batch of Ojamin Liquid in 1982 on a very small scale of only 100 bottles!

  • (2000s )

    Ojamin gets exported
    across Asia

    By the late 20th century, Ojamin Liquid’s popularity started spreading across Asia. A special variant was created for the Malaysian market.

  • (2015)

    ojamin: Herb & Fruit
    created in England

    MedTate was founded in 2011 by Pete Tate. After four years of intense research,ojamin: Herb & Fruit was created in England and refined in Switzerland as health and wellbeing tonic

the science behind ojamin

click on herbs

Every ingredient is natural and must pass our dual filter – each ingredient has (1) its origins in long-standing traditional ancient healing systems that have existed since antiquity and (2) been validated in multiple scientific studies (please see below) in modern times. ojamin is a dream team of herbs for daily health and wellbeing. It does not cause a high or strong immediate effect like chemicals and synthetics can. ojamin’s effects build up over time with regular use. Most of our customers report feeling better at about a month with full effects bourne at around 3 months.

There is substantial scientific research behind every single ingredient in ojamin. Clicking each herb's picture (to the left) will bring up more information associated with that herbs. For more information, please search for the names of these herbs on PubMed.

Blood Sugar & Weight Management

Many of the naturals ingredients in ojamin Herb & Fruit were chosen for their ability to help with sugar control and weight management. Research conducted on normal and diabetic volunteers given Emblica Officinalis for 21 days showed that all showed a significant decrease in blood glucose (sugar) and blood cholesterol levels.

Other research links these herbs to further benefits in blood sugar regulation (Citrullus lanatus, Aloe Vera), reduction of body weight (Aloe Vera), reduction of insulin resistance (Momordica Charantia), hypoglycemic (Cuminum Cyminum), cholesterol-lowering & fat reduction (Emblica Officinalis) effects.

Body Cleansing

The herbs in ojamin Herb & Fruit are known to cleanse major organ systems including liver, kidney and skin. Skin is the largest organ in the human body. Research has shown that after 90 days 30 female volunteers given Aloe Vera all exhibited significantly reduced wrinkles and improved elasticity as well as enhanced collagen production. Further benefits include blocking skin photo-ageing (Emblica Officinalis & Curcuma Longa) and liver (Emblica Officinalis) & kidney (Tribulus Terrestris) cleanse. Furthermore, a study in fruit flies found that a mixture of Emblica Officinalis and Curcuma Longa could increase life span!

Immune Boost and Antimicrobial Activity

ojamin’s ingredients exhibit have immune-stimulatory (Curcuma Longa) and DNA-protective (Trigonella) roles. Further benefits include antibacterial (Momordica Charantia), antimicrobial (Trigonella foenum-graecum), antifungal (Ocimum sanctum), antiviral (Eugenia Jambolana) and antimycobacterial (Aloe Vera).

Every single one of the 15 herbs contains proven, novel antioxidants!

Tribulus terrestris, Cuminum cyminum, Citrullus lanatus, Emblica officinalis, Abelmoschus esculentus, Momordica charantia, Aloe Vera, Eugenia jambolana, Trigonella foenum-graecum, Curcuma longa, Ocimum Sanctum, Terminalia bellerica, Azadirachta Indica, Aegle marmelos and Terminalia chebula.

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I am a health specialist specialising in body therapy. I have been using ojamin since last few months. ojamin is very refreshing and I have found it to be an energy booster. After benefitting from it myself, I offered it to my clients and received a very positive feedback. I would recommend it everyone who wants to enjoy a healthy and quality lifestyle.

Cheli Mula
Profession: Body Therapist

I work in a premium central London pharmacy. ojamin is very popular across a range of consumers in both the genders. Whilst diabetics and overweight people have been finding it efficacious in controlling blood sugars and weight management, women in particular, have given a positive feedback in improvement of their daily wellbeing. I personally am taking ojamin and have been feeling much more energetic and stress free since taking it.

Profession: Pharmacy Manager

I am a Type 2 diabetic, and have consequently suffered from chronic fatigue. Since taking ojamin regularly I am very much rejuvenated, and my lifestyle has significantly improved. So much so that recently in Gdansk, Poland I had no trouble giving three (one hour plus) lectures consecutively over a 6 hour period!

Ian Angell
Profession: Professor at the London School of Economics

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