Andhra Pradesh: The government of Andhra Pradesh has approved Ayurvedic medicine from Corona in Nellore district. Mainly, it took a long line of people to take this drug a few days ago. After which, the government of Andhra Pradesh decided to send this Ayurvedic medicine to the Indian Ayurvedic Ayurvedic Research Council for testing. So, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu himself, who is from Nellore District, also asked AYUSH Minister Kiran Rijiju to study the drug and report back as soon as possible.
This medicine is prepared by Ayurvedic doctor Anandaiya Krishnapatnam. The state government said it didn’t mind giving the drug away. According to the CCRAS report, he obtained permission. Although eye drops are prohibited, the claim was that two drops of the drug were taken orally or orally and the oxygen level started to rise after the drops were applied. But the government has licensed oral medicine.
It can be noted here that in the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, we see long lines of people taking the miraculous Ayurvedic medicine from Corona. Crowds erupted on social media as a video of a wonder drug eradicating the corona infection went viral. The Corona protocol has also been posted on the site in the meantime. In view of the demand for the drug, the government of Andhra Pradesh decided to send the drug to the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) for testing.
Crowds flock to the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh to buy the miracle drug corona. People from the neighboring state are also coming to pick up this drug. Corona protocol is also used to obtain this miracle drug. Ayurvedic doctor b. Anandaiya distributes the drug in the Krishnapatnam district. He was first the village Sarpanch and later a member of the Mandal Parishad. He started distributing the drug on April 21.
Researchers will reach Nellore
Deputy Chief Minister Srinivasa said he decided to study the drug with ICMR and other experts. In order to know the effectiveness of the drug. The state government decided to send a team of experts to Nellore for an on-site study of the formulation of the drug, popularly known as “Krishnapatnam medicine”.