Acharya Balkrishna claims ayurvedic COVID-19 cure possible, in the works at Patanjali

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CEO of India’s Patanjali Ayurveda Limited – Acharya Balkrishna has claimed the company has found a potential Ayurvedic medication that has cured coronavirus in matter of 5-14 days.

A report by news agency ANI says the CEO told Saturday that his company has successfully conducted trials on hundreds of patients and the results were “100% favorable.”

As of now they’ve performed controlled clinical trials only, and in the coming days evidence-based trials will be conducted, Acharya Balkrishna was quoted as saying by ANI.

“We appointed a team of scientists after the Covid-19 outbreak. First, the simulation was done and compounds were identified which can fight the virus and stop its spread in the body. Then, we conducted a clinical case study on hundreds of positive patients and we have got 100 per cent favourable results,” Balkrishna told ANI.

Ayurvedic COVID-19 cure possible, in the works at Patanjali; CEO Balkrishna claims (Photo by Lisa Hobbs on Unsplash)

Around the world hundreds of potential coronavirus vaccines are brewing in top laboratories. The Western world, as always is leading the game. US, Britain, China are racing ahead to bring up the first COVID-19 vaccine that is being looked upon to help stop the Pandemic.

Last month, Madagascar was pushing a herbal remedy to treat the novel coronavirus. Malagasy President Andry Rajoelina was seen holding a bottle of the state-made herbal concoction.He pressed it was effective to treat the virus that is currently raging the world. His move was warned by the World Health Organization for being potentially harmful.

As of Patanjali, the CEO vouched for Yoga and urged people to do so. He suggested making efforts to boost the immune system by ensuring proper diet.

As of now, India just recently documented its highest one-day spike in fresh cases, leading the total count to 3,22,643. Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Delhi are the top worst hit cities. World infections is racing to touch 8 million novel coronavirus cases, according to Johns Hopkins University’s tally.

(Cover image of Achrya Balkrishna via Commons)