Spellbound Inc. recognizes the power that words have in building a brand. Our writers lend voice to your thoughts, be it an article, a book, a website or a study. We give wings to your ideas; success is but an obvious outcome of efforts.

Content Writing

  1. Article
  2. Blog
  3. Social Media
  4. eBook
  5. SEO
  6. Content Marketing


  1. Spelling
  2. Grammar
  3. Punctuation
  4. Syntax
  5. Structure and flow
  6. Terminology References

Manuscript Making

  1. Whitepapers
  2. Research papers and studies
  3. Proofreading and submission

About Us

  • Spellbound Inc. is a healthcare content writing firm fueled by an expanding team of national and board certified physicians turned writers. At the helm is Dr. Rachita Narsaria, who is a national board certified M.D physician, writer and entrepreneur, bringing on board over 5 years of experience in creating healthcare articles, blogs, ebooks, medical study manuscripts, etc. for clients across the globe, and across media. We expertise in creating powerful content that is tailor made to suit your requirements, be it educational courses and manuals, news pieces, medical databases, manuscript for submission in journals, etc. Our expert writers deliver content that is best in the industry, maintaining global quality standards as regards plagiarism, originality, and language proficiency. Our mantra for client satisfaction is to follow the 3 Ps. Perfection. Punctuality. Plagiarism-free content.



May 1
May 1

Guggul: A wonder medicine!

An Original Spellbound Content Guggul is also known as myrrh. It is a gum extracted from the plant Commiphora mukul or Commiphora wightti. It is burnt as incense and the gum is used internally as a medicine for a variety of conditions in the Indian traditional medicine system Ayurveda. Anti-rheumatic properties: This medicine is most […]

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May 0
May 0

Unearthing health benefits of the ancient Ashwagandha

An Original Spellbound Content Ashwagandha is the root of the Withania somnifera (WS) plant.  This plant is native to South Asia, particularly the Indian subcontinent. The word ashwagandha is associated with the word ‘horse’ in Indian languages; and this itself speaks for the benefits of the plant. Its name symbolizes all that the plant is […]

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