1 min read.Updated: 19 Feb 2021, 01:57 PM IST Edited By Sangeeta Ojha
Ramdev has released a scientific research paper on the 'first evidence-based medicine for Covid-19 by Patanjali'
In June last year, Patanjali had launched 'Coronil and Swasari', what it claims is the Ayurvedic cure for treating Covid-19
Yoga Guru Ramdev has released a scientific research paper on the 'first evidence-based medicine for Covid-19 by Patanjali'. The medicine was launched here at an event which was presided by Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari.
Delhi: Yog Guru Ramdev releases scientific research paper on 'the first evidence-based medicine for #COVID19 by Patanjali'.
"Coronil has received the Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product (CoPP) from the Ayush section of Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation as per the WHO certification scheme," said Patanjali in a statement.
Under CoPP, Coronil can now be exported to 158 countries.
Commenting on the development Swami Ramdev said, Coronil will help humanity while providing affordable treatment based on naturopathy.
On the basis of presented data, the Ministry of Ayush has recognised Coronil Tablet as medicine for "supporting the measure in COVID-19."
In June last year, Patanjali had launched 'Coronil and Swasari', what it claims is the Ayurvedic cure for treating Covid-19, which they said has been shown 100 per cent favourable results during clinical trials on affected patients, at Patanjali Yogpeeth in Haridwar. Acharya Balkrishna.
"Our Covid-19 immunity boosters are solely abstract and compounds of Ayurvedic herbs like Giloy, Tulsi, Ashwagandha and have been effective in the treatment of coronavirus patients," Swami Ramdev had said.
Meanwhile, the daily new coronavirus cases in the country climbed to over 13,000 taking India's tally of cases to 1,09,63,394, while the recoveries surged to 1,06,67,741, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated at 8 am today.
A total of 13,193 new cases were registered in a span of 24 hours. The death toll increased to 1,56,111 with 97 daily new fatalities, the data updated showed.
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