The refreshing pleasure from the first view of nature, after the pain of illness, and the confinement of a sick-chamber, is above the conceptions, as well as the descriptions, of those in health.

The students of Indraprastha International School have recognized the potential of natural herbs and are becoming more nature lover. The Herbal Garden created by the IPISites is flourishing to the maximum and the students are working very hard to take care of it. They have recently learnt about the uses of Tulsi and Aleo Vera. They had made some of the tasty and healthy chutneys and other food items using Tulsi.

The students are enjoying the work to take their project to great heights…


Let's Work Together...

Nature Lover...

Working For A Cause...


Organic agriculture combines tradition, innovation and science to benefit the shared environment and promote fair relationships and a good quality of life for all involved.

Ayurveda conceives such a dynamic and animated model of this universe where all objects, all beings, all events, all phenomena and all experiences are inter-connected and vitally linked to each other. In such a mutually interactive state of affairs, human will and human action impact not only the immediate sphere of influence but also the condition of the environment and actually extend to affect the entire cosmos.

IPIS herbonet is a small contribution towards creating a healthy and pollution free environment on the principles of ORGANIC AGRICULTURE AND AYURVEDA. We take this opportunity to thank our respected director sir Dr Rajesh Hassija as without their unflinching support and invaluable 24X7 guidance nothing would have been possible.

Vegetarianism preserves lives, health, peace, the ecology, creates a more equitable distribution of resources, helps to feed the hungry, encourages nonviolence for the animal and human members of the planet, and is a powerful aid for the spiritual transformation of the body, emotions, mind, and spirit.

What’s in aloe vera gel:

• Water
• 20 minerals
• 12 vitamins
• 18 amino acids
• 200 active plant compounds (phytonutrients), including:
• Enzymes
• Triterpenes (a phytonutrient that lowers blood sugar)
• Glyconutrients & glycoproteins
• Polysaccharides, including:
• Acemannan, mannose-6-phosphate polymannans
• Phenolic glycosides, including:
• Dihydrocoumarins

Aloe Lemonade.

This tastes just like lemonade and its WAY better than the Aloe Vera juice you buy in the store. Much cheaper too. This makes about three cups of juice.

2 cups of water

2 inches of aloe gel

1 cup of lemon juice

10 ice cubes

1-2 Tblsp of Raw honey or sweetener of choice.

Blend it all together and you’re done!