Ayurvedic medicines effective in mild, moderate coronavirus cases: Study

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Ayurvedic medicines effective in mild, moderate coronavirus cases: Study
Ayurvedic medicines effective in mild, moderate coronavirus cases: Study

02 Nov 2020: Ayurvedic medicines effective in mild, moderate coronavirus cases: Study

A team of doctors, from the All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), which falls under the Ministry of AYUSH, has said that Ayurvedic interventions were found to be effective in treating mild and moderate cases of coronavirus, reports PTI.

Besides improving the condition of patients, Ayush kwatha, Sanshamanivati, Fifatrol tablets, and Laxmivilasa rasa ensured that they tested negative in just six days of treatment.

Example: 30-year-old male tested negative after getting Ayurvedic treatment

In a case report published in AIIA's journal, the example of a 30-year-old male health worker was cited.

AIIA said he was given the Samshamana therapy, which included oral administration of the aforementioned drugs.

"The patient tested negative in RAD for COVID-19 within six days of intervention and RT-PCR test was also done on day 16, which was reported negative," the study claimed.