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Can ‘boiling water with ayurvedic substance’ make the liver worse?

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Can ‘boiling water with ayurvedic substance’ make the liver worse? Find out the answer given by the Ministry of AYUSH

For some time now it has been said that drinking boiled water for a long time damages the liver.

However, the AYUSH ministry on Tuesday categorically rejected the claims. The Ministry of AYUSH says that it is a misconception that boiling causes damage to the liver. Items used to make decoctions.

All those things are used in food. Talking to media, AYUSH Ministry Secretary Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha said that cinnamon, tulsi, and pepper are used for decoction and it has a beneficial effect on the respiratory system as well as it is effective in boosting immunity.

To find out how effective the decoction is, the research ministry advised to make a decoction using basil, cinnamon, black pepper, ginger powder, and dried grapes, among other things, and consume it once or twice a day.

Research is underway to determine how effective this decoction is against Covid-19. AYUSH Standard Protocol Let me tell you that on Tuesday alone, the Union Health Minister Dr. Harshvardhan launched the AYUSH Standard Treatment Protocol through a virtual conference under which patients with corona asymptomatic and mild symptoms will now be formally given Ayurvedic treatment.

Earlier, the Ministry of AYUSH had issued guidelines for people recovering from coronary heart disease.

In the new protocol of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, people recovering from the disease have been advised to eat chewanprash, drink turmeric milk, do yoga and walk.

Always wear a mask and maintain social distance when leaving the house.

Always drink hot water and do not eat out.

Taking ayurvedic medicines to boost immunity.

To follow the instructions of the Ministry of AYUSH.

Do light or moderate exercises.

Doing yoga, pranayama, and meditation daily.

Perform breathing exercises as prescribed by the treating doctor.

Eating a balanced diet.

Get enough sleep and rest.

Don’t smoke or drink alcohol.

Monitoring self-health at home such as temperature, blood pressure, blood sugar, pulse oximeter, etc.

If you have a dry cough or sore throat, rinse and steam in which herbs or spices can be used.

Take medicines prescribed by an allopathic doctor or AYUSH doctor.

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