Andhra nod for herbal ‘Covid cure’

The Andhra Pradesh authorities Monday allowed Ayurveda practitioner B Anandaiah to distribute a herbal concoction which many claimed had cured Covid-19. Issuing tips for distribution, the federal government requested Anandiah to not prescribe eye drops to sufferers as these are but to be examined.

The federal government mentioned the choice was taken after a preliminary report submitted by the Central Council for Analysis in Ayurvedic Sciences acknowledged that the herbal concoction was inflicting no hurt although there was no proof that it was decreasing the consequences of Covid-19. Samples have been despatched to CCRAS and ICMR. The council will submit a ultimate report in two weeks.

The federal government allowed medicines categorised as F, L and P to be given to sufferers. It mentioned that as a substitute of sufferers, the kin ought to go to the distribution centre at Krishnapatnam in Nellore district whereas sustaining distancing norms.

On Could 21, as hundreds of individuals crowded the distribution centre, the state authorities had stopped the provision and ordered a probe into claims that the concoction was curing individuals of Covid-19.

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