Traditional medicines corona virus: China’s traditional medicines have proved to be important in the prevention and treatment of new corona virus infection. According to the National Department of Traditional Medicine Management Department. Chinese traditional medicines have been used in the treatment of a total of 60 thousand patients and this has seen the best result.
New corona virus infection treatment – Traditional medicines corona virus
According to Chinese Minister of Science and Technology Deputy Minister Shu Nan Peing. Chinese traditional medicines have received positive results in the treatment of patients with new corona virus infection. Now traditional medicine has also been included in the new corona virus infection treatment plan. According to clinical research conducted in Wuhan city, the use of traditional medicines has reduced the treatment time. Recruitment time of mildly afflicted patients by one to two days and the cure rate of these patients has increased by 33 percent.
Yu Yan Huang, deputy head of the Department of Administration of Chinese Traditional Medicine. Said that the use of traditional medicine has led to a clear improvement in the conditions of mild patients. It has prevented their condition from getting more serious in treating serious patients. Combined use of traditional medicine and modern medicine has provided satisfactory effects in the treatment of new corona virus infection patients.
Detox soup made from traditional medicines
The Chinese National Health Commission and the Bureau of Traditional Chinese Medicine jointly recommended detox soup made from traditional medicines. Till 17 February this medicine has been used in the treatment of a total of 701 patients in 57 hospitals in 10 states of the country. And most patients have shown satisfactory results.
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