Krishnapatnam Ayurvedic medication to be examined on animals

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We know that the Ayush department has made it clear that the Covid drug made in Krishnapatnam by a local Ayurvedic medic, Anandaiah, does not contain any harmful ingredients. Officials said 18 herbs were used in medicine.

Now officials plan to experiment this drug on animals. YSRCP MLA Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy investigated whether the Srujana Life Lab is suitable for these experiments.

The National Research Institute is already doing research on medicine. The experts said they would experiment on rats and rabbits, submit the reports, and then gradually administer the agent to the animals.

Scientists at the lab say they have experimented with several drugs with animals in their lab for the past 15 years. However, the experts said they did not have a system to infect the animal with corona and run tests on it.

Officials reportedly said the experiments could take at least a month to complete. Only when this process is complete will the experts conduct experiments and clinical trials on animals.