About company “BMB Zomin Agro”

The company “BMB Zomin Agro” was established in 2017. The company’s activity is focused on the cultivation of medicinal plants, processing and production of pharmaceuticals. Like any technological process, the cultivation of medicinal herbs requires special knowledge and experience. Before starting work, it is necessary to study the varieties of plants, planting schedules and harvesting schedules, conditions of placement and care of crops (plantings). Many plants grow better and accumulate nutrients under the influence of heat and sunlight. “BMB Zomin Agro” grows medicinal plants:

LAVENDER   –   one of the most popular plants of the 21st century. The great Ibn Sina (Avicenna) gave the best description about it: “lavender is a whip for the heart and a broom for the brain”. He called it “tog’ raykhoni” – mountain raykhon.

Lavender in medicine: soothes, heals, tones, normalizes the heart rate, has a choleretic effect, regenerates the skin after burns, improves blood circulation, is an antidote for bites of poisonous insects, has anti-inflammatory properties, relieves bronchospasm, is used in the treatment of gangrene and wounds, improves the body’s resistance to infections.

ITALIAN IMMORTELLE among different varieties immortelle (Helichrysum) is the only essential oil plant.  Helichrysum is translated as “gold sun” because of the yellow flowers. And it is called immortelle due to the fact that it retains its appearance for a few months after it is torn off. Samarkand (sandy- Bo’znoch o’mas o’t in uzbek) Immortelle is widespread in Uzbekistan. The great Ibn Sina recommended the immortelle as a choleretic remedy. Essential oil is not produced from sandy and Samarkand immortelle.

All immortelles possess   choleretic, diaphoretic, mucolytic, bactericidal, hemostatic, analgesic actions. They are used for diabetes, cholecystitis, gastritis, atherosclerosis, gout; they remove plaque in blood vessels and kidney stones and gall bladder. They treat obesity and cleanse the skin. Various medicinal infusions are made from the dried immortelle flowers.

HYSSOPUS OFFICINALIS has been known to mankind since ancient times. It is common on the East coast of the Mediterranean Sea and Central Asia.  The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates gave his scientific description. They treated pleurisy, stomach, diarrhea. IBN SINA (AVICENNA) called it nayning o’ti and recommended for the treatment of many lung diseases, including asthma.

ONE-YEAR OR SWEET SAGEBRUSH (Artemisia Annua) grows in abundance as in the dry climate of Uzbekistan. More than 2000 years of use of oriental medicine for the treatment of tuberculosis,  as a gastric and diuretic, antipyretic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory   facilities.

Essential oil, concret from waste, a biologically active concentrate, a biologically active extract, waxes, fragrant water, and feed flour are obtained from one-year sagebrush. Essential oil is used in perfume compositions, cosmetic and other fragrances.

ESTRAGON – a spice plant, is known to many as the tarragon. Fresh estragon leaves have a delicate taste and have a light anise flavor. It’s a good preservative. It helps to preserve the color of the product, increases the strength and improves the taste of vegetables. Estragon is a good antiseptic, analgesic, relieves inflammation and rejuvenates the skin.

PHARMACEUTICAL or MEDICINAL CHAMOMILE (chamomilla matricaria) also known as German chamomile. In Uzbekistan, it is called   “moychechak”, which is, “oilseed flower”.

Ibn Sina (Avicenna) named it as Ukhuvan and described as diuretic, choleretic and anti-inflammatory remedy. Ibn Sina often used it as a sedative medicine and for headaches. In general, chamomile was given a special place of honor among all plants in the East.

Infusion of pharmaceutical chamomile flowers has anti-inflammatory, hemostatic, antiseptic, analgesic, anticonvulsant, sweating effect in pharmacy. Moreover, it helps in women’s diseases, increases appetite and dilates the blood vessels of the brain.

LIQUORICE (LICORICE) – (GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA L.) in all languages ​​it means “sweet root”. In Uzbek it is called SHIRINMIYA or QIZILMIYA.   In Karakalpakstan, licorice is called “boyan”. The licorice root is mostly known as a medicinal plant. Medications that have expectorant, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, laxative, antispasmodic actions are produced on the basis of licorice.