Patanjali says IMA remarks on Coronil ‘disheartening’

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on February 24, 2021

Baba Ramdev-led Patanjali Ayurved on Wednesday said that the recent remarks of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Coronil were “disheartening” and "uncalled for" and that they reflected a “lack of understanding of scientific research concepts.”


Stating that the formulations are based on ancient knowledge of Ayurveda, with well-described classical references, the company said that “the medicines introduced in the press conference held on February 19, have been validated through in-depth in-vitro, in-vivo biological and chemical studies, along with randomized clinical trials. These studies have been conducted by following rigorous norms and regulations for chemical and biological research.”

Stating that Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has never undermined modern medicines, Patanjali said that his presence at the press conference showed “his sincere efforts as a health minister to provide acceptability to other forms of medicinal systems.”

“ It is quite beyond us to comprehend the serious and extremely offensive comment of “falsely fabricated unscientific product”, as all our research studies have been published in peer-reviewed research journals,” it stated.

Published on February 24, 2021

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