You are what you eat.

Topspot Farmcy believes in it. We proclaim and propagate. Farm is your health center. Everything starts with your eating habits. Health, wellness and diseases too. So eating is to be reconnected. Reconnect to nature. Man is said to be the only animal on earth that produces its own food. Man is the only animal that runs a hospital too.

Food has a natural growth. Traditional people who are local to the soil know its trick. Its sustainable growth by heart. They feel it. They nurture them as their own extension of life. Like their family. Topspot works closely with such people. The traditional methods have already been ruined by corporate intervention and are now going conventional. We at Topspot prioritise Traditional to conventional, though it will take time. But who’s in a hurry. Atleast the generation to come next will enjoy the fruit. They will live a human life, loving mother nature and breathe a life in harmony with the planet.

The culture of Product for hunger needs to be erased. Not just reversed. Food is food. It’s to be provided by nature, from nature and of course for nature. Nature is the only provider of good food, good health and overall well being.

The industrial thought of Food to Product, was the change that took mankind to this unhealthy world of ills, pills and never ending bills. Lucky are those who realized that food can save us all. Topspot invests their effort and time in this wellness mantra. We promote farms that produce health and wellness.

There are many reasons why we should pay attention to what we eat. The processed, low-variety foods many of us consume regularly may be convenient and tasty, but they compromise our health.

We especially need to pay attention to what we eat when we are sick so we can give our bodies the nutrients it needs to heal. And if you want to be even more deliberate in improving health—perhaps to address a chronic disease or condition—a Functional Medicine approach can yield great benefits.

Overall, seeing your food as medicine helps you make better decisions about what (and how) to eat in order to make the best decisions for your own wellbeing.

Well, it’s to be a collective movement. We start. Want to Join?

Topspot Farms in Wayand, Nilgiri Biosphere.

Topspot has acquired 5 acres of land in the most fertile wayand region of the Nilgiri biosphere.

The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is an International Biosphere Reserve in the Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hills ranges of South India. A fascinating ecosystem of the hill ranges of Nilgiris and its surrounding environments covering a tract of over 5000 square kilometers was constituted as Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in September 1986 under Man and Biosphere Programme. Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve is India's first and foremost biosphere reserves with a heritage, rich in flora and fauna.

The reserve encompasses 5,520 km² in the states of Tamil Nadu (2537.6 km²), Karnataka (1527.4 km²) and Kerala (1455.4 km²). It forms an almost complete ring around the Nilgiri Plateau. The biosphere lies between 10°50 N ′N and 12°16 N latitude and 76°00 E to 77°15 E longitude.

The reserve extends from the tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests, tropical moist forests of the western slopes of the Ghats to the tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests tropical dry forests on the east slopes. Rainfall ranges from 500mm to 7000mm per year. The reserve encompasses three ecoregions, the South Western Ghats moist deciduous forests, South Western Ghats montane rain forests, and South Deccan Plateau dry deciduous forests.

The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is very rich in plant diversity. Tropical rainforest habitat is dominant but Montane forest and Tropical moist forest habitats are also found. About 3,300 species of flowering plants can be seen here. Of the 3,300 species, 133 are endemic to the reserve. The genus Poeciloneuron is exclusively endemic to the Nilgiris. Some of the plants entirely restricted to the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve include species of Adenoon, Calycanthus, Baeolepis, Frerea, Jarodina, Wagatea, Poeciloneuron, etc.

Of the 175 species of orchids found in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, eight are endemic. These include endemic and endangered species of Vanda, Liparis, Bulbophyllum and Thrixspermum. The Shola montane temperate grasslands of the reserve are a treasure house of rare plant species.

About 80% of flowering plants reported from Western Ghats occur in Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve


In its acquired land Topspot plans to have an Research and Development centre to protect and preserve local flora, with focus to local herbs and medicinal plants. The wisdom that has been passed through generations in this area and in this field has to be preserved and furthered with modern facilities available today. Efforts are on the way with a massive master plan that has been designed by experts in collaboration with local experts.

TOPSPOT in association with Ayush Valley Foundation will be running the centre with Dr. Madan Thangavelu, an expert in plant genetics in Cambridge UK. He is also the Chairman of European Ayurveda Institute which has its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. TOPSPOT plans rope Govt institutions for operational guidance.

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