AYUSH Ministry suggests Kadha has no negative effects on liver health



As the world struggles to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has claimed millions of lives around the world, many homemade hacks have emerged to improve immunity. These tips like herbal teas, concoctions, Ayurvedic drinks, etc., are followed with great dedication and in many cases have given results as well. One of those home remedies or recipe that Indians follow is “Kadha”, which is now widely referred to as “Corona Kadha”.

Kadha is typically made from a blend of several traditional herbs and spices and is known to boost immunity as well as overall health. Since the start of the pandemic, countless people have started using Kadha several times a day.

In addition, in a short time, many studies have been published claiming that excessive consumption of the drink leads to liver damage. However, the AYUSH ministry rejected the allegation of this certain rumor. The ministry announced that this was a misconception and said that the ingredients used in Kadha are healthy and can be found in almost every household in India. In addition, the ministry also claimed that the drink has a positive effect on the respiratory system.

Speaking to a news agency, Ministry Secretary AYUSH – Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha said, “There is no evidence that this (Kadha) damages the liver. in the kitchen at home. “He further added that research is underway to know the results of these elements vis-à-vis COVID-19.

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In addition, the ministry recently published a “national clinical management protocol” for the management of the coronavirus which is mainly based on Ayurveda and yoga. The document mentions ashwagandha, Guduchi, Pippali, Chawanprash etc., for COVID and post-COVID management.


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