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COVID CARE THROUGH AYURVEDIC INTERVENTION: AN EXPERIENCE BASED EVIDENCE

Dr. Veena Deo, Dr. Nitin Awasthi* and Dr. Rupali Dhote

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COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus or severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). WHO declared it as a global pandemic on March 11, 2020. According to WHO statistics, COVID-19 has so far affected 213 countries and 31 territories around the world with 6,549,373 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 101,812 deaths in India till 3rd October 2020. Despite standard treatment, 8-10% of the patients’ progress to moderate stage out of which 5% deteriorate to severe stage. There is around 3% mortality rate in COVID-19 patients. The use of Ayurvedic interventions possessing potent anti-inflammatory, antiviral and anti-oxidant effect on the body can play a pivotal role. It can modulate the immunity to be useful in preventive outcomes as well as therapeutic category. Ayurvedic intervention can reduce harmful effects of over stimulation of the immune system and prevent progression of moderate stage patients to severe stage as well. Post COVID 19 infection, Ayurvedic interventions can represent the prospective role to improve health status of patients. It will fill a major unmet medical need and may help to significantly reduce the burden over healthcare infrastructure in a massively populated developing country like us. With the Ayurvedic intervention, in terms of COVID care kit manufactured and distributed by Baidyanath Ayurved Bhavan, Nagpur, the main objective was to help arrest the progress of disease, rapid and sustained relief from symptoms and reduced requirement of hospitalization and advanced medical care. These objectives were attained by the COVID care kit.

Keywords: Covid 19, Ayurveda, Ayush Kwath, pandemic.


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