Ayurveda drug, Zingivir-H tablet, gets nod for clinical tria
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An Ayurveda medicine, Zingivir-H tablet, used for treating respiratory infections, has got approval from the clinical trial registry of India (CTRI) for clinical trials on adults tested positive for Covid-19.

The drug developed by Kerala-based Pankajakasthuri herbal research foundation and effectively used for viral fevers, acute viral bronchitis, and other respiratory infections will now be tested as a potential medicine for Covid-19 in medical colleges in India.

Dr. J Hareendran Nair, Padma Shri awardee and formulator of the drug said:

• This drug has strong anti-viral properties
• Effective against the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and influenza virus
• RSV is an RNA virus and it is expected to be effective against Covid-19, which is also an RNA virus
• Several medical colleges approved the clinical trials through their ethics committees.
• Some of them have already started trials and the first results are expected to be available by the second week of May.
• No side-effects in the human cell, according to the results from In vitro experiments done at the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology

Source: https://health.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/diagnostics/kerala-ayurveda-drug-gets-nod-for-clinical-trials-on-covid-19-patients/75528158
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Prophylactic Camphora lM is it effective and approved? Got from Parsi homeopathic pharmacy?
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No homeopathic drug has been put on trial. Try to stop it' s use if possible. Because placebo isn' t working in covid19. Homeopathy isn' t approved for Covid-19
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Hope it works well.
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