Effective Natural Products BioChaga and BioDihydroquercetin to Safe Assistance to the Body at all Stages of COVID-19 Viral Infection
Irkutsk State Medical University, Russia
*Corresponding Author: O Usolceva, Irkutsk State Medical University, Russia.
February 06, 2023; Published: February 10, 2023
The rapid outbreak of coronavirus infection is a global public health problem worldwide. In a pandemic, the issue of creating effective antiviral drugs for the treatment of a new coronavirus infection is most acute. The issue of prevention is also acute. Each of us would like to know what he can do to protect his body from the threat of coronavirus infection. So far, effective treatments have not yet been developed. The scarcity of clinically proven drugs has contributed to the fact that natural products have received increasing attention due to their low toxicity and lack of side effects.
Keywords: BioChaga; BioDihydroquercetin; COVID-19
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