Khaola-or Pharmacy brings white-la-or-mouth gel won the gold medal from the world's largest stage at the 47th Geneva International Invention Fair

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Khaola-or Pharmacy brings white-la-or-mouth gel won the gold medal from the world's largest stage at the 47th Geneva International Invention Fair

April 23, 2019, Thailand – Khao La-Or Pharmacy Company, manufacturer and exporter of medicinal herbs from Thai wisdom for more than 90 years, has delivered Khao La-Or Mountain Gel products. gold medal and a special award from the Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation. at the 47th International Exhibition of Inventions, Geneva, Swiss Confederation Reinforcing the number one science in Thai traditional medicine from small Thai entrepreneurs to be recognized in the world

invention and product development "Khao La Or Mountain Gel" is a product from natural herbal extracts. without steroid components and supported by four research papers. Has properties to help the wound in the mouth heal faster. good anti-inflammatory high security The gel has also been researched to be safe, which makes it possible to use even in young children.

Mr. Watcharapong Pongboriboon, Managing Director of Khaola-or Pharmacy Co., Ltd., said, “Khao La-or Mountain Gel It was developed from the La-or tongue healing medicine. Available and accepted in the market for more than 80 years, we have jointly developed the gel texture with Asst. Prof. Emon Chaiyaprateep, RMUTL, Thanyaburi and many researchers through the iTAP project that is supported by Office of the National Research Council which received this award This is a testament to the efficiency improvements that have continued throughout the company's inception. to provide benefits from Thai wisdom herbs in a form that is suitable for people of all ages.”

"The 47th International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva 2019" is an international exhibition of inventions. Held for the 47th time between 10-14 April 2019 in Geneva, Swiss Confederation. More than 1,000 artifacts were exhibited by researchers from 40 countries and over 60,000 visitors, supported by the Swiss government. and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).