Never claimed to have made medicine for COVID-19: Acharya Balakrishna
Patanjali Ayurved has withdrawn from its earlier claim, in reply to the notice given by Uttarakhand Ayush Ministry.
New Delhi: Patanjali Ayurved on Tuesday said that it never claimed to have made a medicine for coronavirus.
The Haridwar-based organisation has withdrawn from its earlier claim, in reply to the notice given by Uttarakhand Ayush Ministry.
“Patanjali has never claimed to make corona medicine. Rather, corona patients have been cured with this medicine. The drug was made under the license issued by the Ayush Ministry,” stated the reply by Patanjali Ayurved CEO Acharya Balakrishna to the notice.
We never told the medicine (coronil) can cure or control corona, we said that we had made medicines and used them in clinical controlled trial which cured corona patients. There is no confusion in it: Acharya Balkrishna, CEO Patanjali pic.twitter.com/LfPCxML0jg
— ANI (@ANI) June 30, 2020
“We made the combination of Tulsi Giloy Ashwagandha at an advanced level and when the clinical trials were done on the patients of COVID-19, the coronavirus patients were cured. A conspiracy has been hatched against us and if the Ayush Ministry tells us to conduct clinical trials once again then we are ready to face it,” he added.
Earlier in the month, Patanjali Ayurved, in collaboration with NIMS University, launched Coronil and Shwasari Vati, claiming to cure corona patients. (ANI)