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Patanjali’s uncertified Coronil is actually giving Ayurveda a bad name

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Patanjali’s rush to announce ‘evidence-based’ Coronil medicine for Covid immunity, and that too in the presence of two Union ministers, and WHO’s subsequent clarification that it has not reviewed or certified its efficacy is unseemly. This exchange is not only a needless distraction, but also gives Ayurveda a bad name.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. So, Ayurveda got a bad name?? I did not know it had a good name once in free India. It was always poor man placebo.

  2. There is no reason to believe that India and Indians have changed in a fundamental sense, immeasurably for the worse. That these vile bigots speak for most of us. However, for what it is worth, their coordinated messaging is creating an image that does India no favours.

  3. What this does – the seeming official sanction – is to undermine the scientific component of the fight against the coronavirus. People all over the world respect Serum Institute, Ms Kiran Majumdar Shaw, our pharmaceutical industry. If depilatory cream is part of Patanjali’s product range, they should gift a bucket of it to Baba Ramdev.

  4. Beg to differ. Children cannot and must not be spared when their parents “unconscionably” name them after mass murderers and religious bigots and fanatics. Eg. Taimur

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