PHYTOTHERAPY AND PROPHYLAXIS OF SARS-COV BY LOCALLY AVAILABLE PLANTS
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Dr. Duneshwar Meshram
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The Corona virus belongs to the family Coronaviridae which spread anthropogenic disease across the world and created havoc beyond the stunning circumstances. Mass of the people extremely scared of resurgence of the threatening disease and hospitalised without any specific alleviating and ameliorating medicinal management. Millions of people died and beleaguered from their families under the unimaginable stampede and unmanageable situations. The WHO and other medical organisations prioritized oxygen and alleviation in fever, vomit, diarrhoea and extreme debility due to loss of protein which ultimately resulted into catastrophe. Various symptoms controlling medicines and nutraceuticals had to apply to ameliorate conditions of the patients which almost created perplexity to treating patients in saving their precious lives. Exacerbation of infection created unmanageable situations under ARDS and Cytokine Storm due to lack of strategies at the molecular level of potential therapeutic drugs to neutralise and destroy viral proteins. Many chronic- disease bearing people died earlier along with those did not get adequate facilities immediately. Successful trials of therapeutic drugs and their favourable results brought controllable findings but somewhere lack of full-proof scrupulousness of strategies are still unmanageable and unconvinced under extreme threat of anthropogenic variants. Ayurveda and the local plants as armamentarium can effectively contribute to recuperate and convalesce patients from pre to post covid-19. Various symptoms of disease are curable by utilizing local plant species of potential significance to restrict and inhibit initial infection and exacerbation. This research paper represents strategical activities of phytochemicals against Covid-19 symptoms. The plant part-based phytochemicals are most considerable strategical weapons against covid-19.
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Unique Paper ID: 156405

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 593 - 605
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