Approaching SARS-COV-2 through Immune boosting herbs - A scoping review
Keywords:SARS-COV-2, Immune boosting herbs, Nilavembu kudineer, Kabasura kudineer, Immunomodulator, Siddha
SARS- COV-2 a RNA virus which produce a serious ill-effects and brings the world under a common word Lockdown. Thus lockdown brings down the rate of spreading of cases, but severity of the illness is managed by combined therapy both Modern and Traditional system of medicine (Siddha, Ayurveda, Homeopathy). Immune boosting herbs is need of the hour in this pandemic situation. Immune boosters improves overall immunity of the host through cellular and humoral immunity. During Dengue pandemic situation a polyhebral preparation Nilavembu kudineer- siddha sastric medicine and Carica papaya leaf extract highly works. During this pandemic covid situation Tulsi, Lemon, Arathai and siddha sastric medicine kabasura kudineer works in prevention, mild and moderate cases. There is a growing interest to the herbal medicine to modulate the complex immune system in preventing infections. The aim of the review is to give hope and to boost the research in herbal medicines during this pandemic situation.
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