Acharya Balkrishna backs Health Minister against IMA in Coronil controversy

The controversy around Patanjali's 'Coronil' surfaces again. The Indian Medical Association had earlier issued a statement objecting to the Union Health Minister, appearing to endorse a product of Patanjali that the company claimed was the first evidence-based medicine for Corona approved by WHO. Acharya Balkrishna from Patanjali has tweeted out addressing this controversy. He says Coronil has been awarded the CoPP licence as per WHO- GMP. He also implies that the Union Minister did not endorse any Ayurveda and also did not insult modern medicine. People need to learn more about Ayurveda and its benefits as learn to respect unadulterated methods of cure.