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Herbs to Get Better Lungs: Potential Protection Against COVID-19 Today

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Since the dawn of civilization, medical herms have always been powerful remedies specially in Indian subcontinent. Even the use and benefits of powerful herbs are also found large in religious texts originating in ancient India, long before the flood of modern medical practice. Today, overwhelmed with sophisticated technical aspects, it has become indispensable not to forget that ancient knowledge of natural medicine that made us alive for thousands of years. Today, to control the pandemic situation of COVID-19, several modern medicines are being developed to stop the infection that affects our respiratory organs (lungs). But, there are several herbs are there having powerful medicinal values to cure our lungs naturally without any harmful side effects. It has also been found that regular consumption of such herbs not only strengthen out respiratory track, bit also improves our immune system. According to several related studies suggests that such dual useful characteristics of these medicinal herbs are to be implemented to our daily regular diet to make us more strong from within. Specially, when all modern medicines fail to prove their superiority.

Keywords: Alternative medicine; Antiviral; Herbal Plants; Immunity

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Dept. of Biotechnology, University of Engineering & Management, Newtown, Kolkata 700160, India

Publication date: July 1, 2020

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