Terming a breakthrough in Ayurvedic research, Baba Ramdev founded Patanjali has launched a new ayurvedic medicinal kit comprising of ‘Coronil’ and ‘Swasari Vati’ claiming it to be the cure for COVID 19. The medicines are said to contain natural ingredients like tulsi, giloy, and ashwagandha. Acharya Balkrishna, the Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved, claimed that the Ayurvedic medicine developed by Patanjali company has been able to cure COVID-19 patients within 3-14 days.
The yoga guru has claimed that all those who were administered the medicine recovered fully without any losses within a week. During the launch of medicine, he also claimed that 69% of the patients recovered within 3 days of treatment. He has also said that the data of the research and experiment will be released soon to act as evidence of his statements. Patanjali claims to have collected the data after testing the medicine on about 280 patients of which 100% was recovered.
Although nothing is concrete, The medicinal kit is expected to be sold via the Patanjali Order Me app which will probably be up and running by next week. The app will be available to both android and iOS users, making the ordering and availability of the probable life-saving drug easy and hassle-free.The entire kit is to be priced at a moderate amount of Rs. 545. If this works, this medicine will prove to be Ayurveda’s biggest comeback and will help it to make a strong global footing for itself and the country at large in these testing times.
Earlier this month Patanjali had announced that it has found a cure for the deadly virus and was further experimenting to make the 80% recovery rate 100%.
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What Patanjali claims over Coronil-According to company there is 100% recovery from coronavirus infection within 7 days treatment with Patanjali Ayurvedic medicines given to infected one. hsCRP and IL-6 levels were reduced in treatment group as compared to placebo group, said Patanjali. Company also states that Ayurvedic treatment showed weaker IL-6 response implicating lesser chance of cytokine storm.
The situation in India has been worsening ever since the lockdown restrictions were loosened in the country last month with a rise of about 15,000 cases today itself and a death toll of almost 14,000 so far. According to Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) data by Tuesday in India a total 4,41,643 cases have been reported Covid19 positive.
Compiled by- Arpita Pandey