Baba Ramdev says: There will be no restriction on Patanjali coronary kit, it will be available all over the country

Baba Ramdev says: There will be no restriction on Patanjali coronary kit, it will be available all over the country
Yoga guru Baba Ramdev said on Wednesday that there is no restriction on Patanjali Ayurved Corona Kit and it will now be available nationwide. At a press conference, he said: 'The Ministry of AYUSH has reported that Patanjali has done a proper job of administering Covid-19. Patanjali has started working in the right direction. Ramdev also said that we have obtained a state license for these drugs, which is attached to the Ministry of AYUSH. The term treatment has not been used. These drugs have no metal content.

Ramdev said: 'We do not disagree with the Ministry of AYUSH. Now there is no restriction on coronil, sanshari, giloy, basil, ashwagandha. From today, these medicines will be available in the country without legal restrictions. There is no restriction on that. The yoga guru said that I thank the Ministry of AYUSH and the Narendra Modi government for this. Last week, Patanjali Ayurveda released a 'coronil kit' and claimed that their clinical trials cured Corona patients.

Subsequently, the Ministry of AYUSH said that it has taken into consideration media reports on Ayurvedic medicines developed by Patanjali Ayurveda Limited for the treatment of Corona and asked the company to discontinue announcements making such public claims. This request has been made until the entire issue is investigated.

Baba Ramdev had said: 'We have done a clinical trial in relation to coronovirus. We have completed a three-stage investigation of more than 10 diseases, including hypertension, heart disease, asthma, arthritis, dengue, chikungunya, swine flu. We are not researching virology for the first time.

An FIR was lodged against the company's CEO and Acharya Balakrishna in Jaipur after Baba Ramdev's Patanjali launched a drug claiming to cure corona. Speaking about this, Ramdev said: "It seems that working in Yoga and Ayurveda in India is a crime."

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