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POTENTIAL PREVENTIVE ROLE OF CLASSIC AYURVEDIC FORMULATION IN QUARANTINE SUBJECTS AMID COVID 19: AN EXPERINEC BASED EVIDENCE

Dr. Vikrant Patil* and Dr. Sushma Patil

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Till present, COVID 19 lacks in specific treatments or vaccines. Though, many clinical trials are evaluating probable potential treatments. WHO researcher group recommended during the Ebola outbreak in 2014 that ―it is ethical to offer unproven interventions with as yet unknown efficacy and adverse effects, as potential treatment or prevention keeping in view no established treatment or specific vaccine were available. The Health advisory released by The Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) against coronavirus infection included different herbs like Ashwagaandha, Mulethi, Guduchi etc. which may prove beneficial in fighting with coronavirus infection. There is a classical reference of use of an Ayurvedic formulation in Spanish Flue pandemic, which was published “Chikitsa Prabhakatr” in Marathi language in 1921 written by Vaidya Prabhakar Balaji Oagle. The said formulation is administerd to 103 home quarantine SRPF candidates which had come in contact with corona positive patients in the same unit. Though there was a risk of getting in contact with corona positive candidate from same unit, the treated subjects did not ended up with any of the positive corona candidate. This represents the preventive potential of the Ayurvedic formulation given as an intervention. We strongly believe that sharing our clinical experience would help fill the knowledge gap and strengthen the confidence of all stakeholders in Ayurveda research. With limited evidence, our research is expected to assist the identification of a better treatment approach and guide further research.

Keywords: Covid 19, quarantine, Ayurveda, pandemic.


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