The AYUSH Ministry Said This On Patanjali’s Claim Regarding The Drug Of Corona, Sought Complete Information

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New Delhi: Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali has made the drug Coronil for the treatment of Kovid / Corona. But the Ministry of AYUSH has ordered Patanjali to stop any propagation of Ayurvedic medicine Coronil. The Ministry of AYUSH has issued a statement on Patanjali’s medicine and said that the Ministry has no information about it. First, submit your papers to us and refrain from making any kind of advertisement or claim until all the investigation is complete.

The Ministry of AYUSH has also asked the State Government, Uttarakhand for necessary information regarding the medicine Coronil. The ministry has asked the state licensing authority to get all the documents related to the license copy and approval of the product. The ministry, citing the gadget notification issued on 21 April, said that under the rules of law, the research on Ayurvedic medicines was issued, under which the research on coronavirus can be done.

The Ministry of AYUSH has sought information from Patanjali about the names and composition of the drugs. Along with this, detailed information and sample size of the study has also been sought, i.e. details of how many people have been studied, details have been sought and approval papers have been sought from Uttarakhand Drug Department.

Taking cognizance of Patanjali’s medicine Coronil, the Ministry of AYUSH has ordered Patanjali to submit the complete information about this medicine to the government / ministry soon. According to the Ministry of AYUSH, the method of making this medicine, its effect or scientific study behind it or any fact is not available with the government.

Let us tell you that Ayurvedic medicine or allopathy, no medicine can still be called a conditional treatment of corona as claimed by Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali’s medicine. Everyone knows that there are immunity-enhancing elements in Ayurveda. Many patients are also recovering at home without medication.

In India, the challenge is serious patients, who are still struggling to save and are looking for that medicine, which should work on them.

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