Patanjali Ayurveda Limited developed medicine to cure COVID-19 infection

Patanjali Ayurveda Limited developed a medicine to cure COVID-19 infection

Patanjali Ayurveda Limited developed medicine to cure COVID-19 infection. Image Courtesy – The Indian Express

Scientists are battling to develop a vaccine to combat the COVID-19 pandemic throughout the globe. Some countries are giving aspirations to bring proper vaccines by September 2020. People are coming out of their home to perform their duties in many companies as Lockdown is getting released step-by-step. Everybody is expecting proper medicine for COVID-19.

A piece of good news came from an Indian company that deals with medicines prepared from natural herbs. Acharya Balkrishna, Co-Founder & CEO, Patanjali Ayurveda Limited, claimed that his company prepared an Ayurvedic medicine that has cured Covid-19 patients within a span of 5- 14 days. In an interview with the news agency ANI on Saturday, Acharya Balkrishna told that a clinical trial was conducted on 100 COVID-19 positive patients at Patanjali Ayurveda centre. Their medicine has shown 100% favourable results.

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Acharya Balkrishna also told that after the COVID-19 outbreak they appointed a team of scientists for stimulation and identification of the compounds that can fight with the virus and stop its replication in the human body. After that stage, they conducted a clinical case study on 100 COVID-19 positive patients and found 100% favourable results.

Balkrishna also told that they could confirm that the cure for COVID-19 was possible through Ayurveda. The Patanjali Ayurveda Limited is now conducting controlled clinical trials and the evidence will be released within a week.

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