Acta Scientific Pharmacology

Short Communication Volume 1 Issue 6

Pharmacological Aspects, Role of India and Indian Traditional System of Medicine in Control of COVID-19 Pandemic: A review

Gunjan Manish1*, Tomar Deepali2 and Singh Neetu3

1Institute of Pharmacy, Shri JJT University, Chudela, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India
2Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of LalaBirkha Ram College of Pharmacy, Golpura, Panchkula, Haryana, India
3Institute of Zoology, Shri JJT University, Chudela, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India

*Corresponding Author: Manish Gunjan, Assistant Professor, Institute of Pharmacy, Shri JJT University, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India.

Received: April 30, 2020; Published: May 28, 2020



  India is a country in south asia with world’s second most population and seventh largest country by area as well. It shares the borders with more than six country. This fact is enough to understand if the proper early preventive measures would not have taken then COVID19 spread in India would be non stopable by now. COVID19 expanded globally from Wuhan, China which was later declared as pandemic by WHO on 11th, March 2020. If the overall spread and death rates because of this virus will be noted globally India is at seventeenth position as of now, and the reason may be because of early and effective preventive measures taken by the Indian and state government. “Immunity among Indians” may be strong bcause of the consumption of medicinally importamt substances which is consumed in the form of food and spices. Since ancient time Indians are fond of using spices in vegetables and also using traditional medicines as a whole or parts, most of which are having immunity enhancing characteristics. The role of immunity in fighting against any disease is scientifically proven, and in Indian culture mostly everyone, knowingly or unknowingly is consuming the immunizing agents found in the spices and vegetables everyday, which makes them more sunstainable against any disease. And may be this is one of the reason that till today the spreading rate and survival rate in India is more better than other countries. Indians believes in yoga which is also scientifically proven for sound physical and mental health, and hence controlled or normal relaxation of the body by releasing of hormones which is helpful in fighting against various disease.
  This review may help the researchers to draw their attention towards pharmacological aspects, Indian spices, yoga, and traditional medicines useful in enhancing immunity, which may further helpful in finding the treatment for COVID19 and other diseases.

Keywords: COVID19; Immunity; Traditional Medicines; Pandemic



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