Anandaiah Ayurvedic medication will be developed in the TTD Ayurveda department:
The Tirumala Tirupati Temple has started research on a sample given by Anandayya under the name of Corona Antidote in Krishnapatnam, Nellore District. Chandragiri YCP MLA Chevireddy said that Anandaiah Ayurvedic medication will be developed in the TTD Ayurveda department and made available to the public. It was clarified that this decision will be taken if positive results are obtained in the ICMR study.
According to TTD Ayurvedic professors, it can be made at the Sri Srinivasa Ayurveda Pharmacy in Narasingapuram if the Central Department of AYUSH approves it. However, they stated that they had no objections anywhere regarding the manufacture of the vaccine in their study. On Saturday (May 22) Chevireddy visited Krishnapatnam village along with scientists and professors from the TTD Ayurveda Department. On this occasion, Anandayya inquired about the medication sample at the field level.
According to AYUSH Commissioner Ramu, the sample given by Anandayya under the name of Corona Antidote in Krishnapatnam, Nellore district has been identified as traditional medication. It is known that it is not an ayurvedic medication and no protocols related to it are followed. However, the AYUSH Commissioner also clarified that the medication does not contain any harmful substances and therefore it is not harmful. It has been revealed that common ingredients are also used in eye drops. On Saturday (May 22), and AYUSH delegation directly inspected the Anandaiah medication preparation.
AYUSH Commissioner Ramu said that the samples were examined in the lab before examining the Anandaiah medication sample. He said that he was giving medication by heredity and that the medication now being given under the name of Corona was also rooted. They want to think and decide who will use this medication.
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