COVID 19 is now a pandemic disease caused by coronavirus affecting more than three and a half million confirmed cases and more than two and a half lakh deaths all around the world. The rapidly evolving disease and its associated threats has made the country and its people more vulnerable economically, financially, physically and social. Hence, through this mitigation programme we are going to prepare for post outbreak of this disease which will not only address to the affected people but also to the general population who are more vulnerable to this disease mostly the lower middle class people and, children , women and old age people.
Building up the spirit of the people by various mitigation programmes such as building up the immunity of the people by use of common natural ayurvedic plants and yoga programmes.
Removing the stigma attached with the disease – Public health emergencies during outbreak of communicable diseases may cause fear and anxiety leading to prejudices against people and communities, social isolation and stigma. Such behaviour may culminate into increased hostility, chaos and unnecessary social disruptions. Cases have been reported of people affected with COVID-19 as well as healthcare workers, sanitary workers and police, who are in the frontline management of the outbreak, facing discrimination on account of heightened fear and misinformation about infection. Even those who have recovered from COVID-19 face such discrimination. Further, certain communities and areas are being labelled purely based on false reports floating in social media and elsewhere.
There is an urgent need to counter such prejudices and to rise as a community that is empowered with health literacy and responds appropriately in the face of this adversity.
Mr. Anuj is a life coach of unconventional healing methods, based in New Delhi.
He practices pranic healing to balance the psychotherapy as well as NLP and healing which have helped patients diagnosed with Covid-19.
Mrs Sonal is a Journey Practitioner, a Reiki Master and Theta Healer from Bangkok.
She helps individuals to experience Mind, Body and Soul healing at a cellular level. She has been guiding and supporting Covid-19 patients emotional wellness.
Dr Swati works in Metropolis healthcare lab in Goa as a Consulting Pathologist.
Apart from working as a doctor she has written many articles about the current scenario of healthcare and its limitation in our country.
Panikoorka is a home remedy for kids and adults. It is good for common cold, cough, stomach ache, itching, allergy, infection & wounds. It is applied in various forms like extracts, steam, added with honey and so on.
Aloe Vera is a short stemmed plant approximately 90 cm tall. Its leaves are thick and fleshy with grayish green in color. It produces a yellowish flower on a spike towards the top. It is mainly the gel of the leaves that is used for hair growth.
Holy basil is used to treat many conditions, including H1N1 (swine) flu, diabetes, the common cold, headache, fever, stress, upset stomach, earache and more. It has also been used as a mosquito repellent.
Adalodakam has anti-asthmatic, antispasmodic, bronchodilator and expectorant, properties, the leaves have been used to treat chronic cough, asthma, and bronchitis and relieve congestion in the chest.
Erukku leaves, root, bark and berries of the plant can be used against rheum and phlegm-related diseases. The root is used as an antidote and is also a laxative. The sap can be used to remove corn and callus.
Kacholam is a reputed remedy for respiratory ailment like cough, bronchitis and asthma. It can be used in hair tonics as a perfume. Adding rhizome powder in herbal shampoo helps to prevent dandruff.
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