Patanjali gives clarification on the matter of certifying coronil, WHO said no


Ramdev-promoted Patanjali Aryuved launched coronil medicine on 19 February

New Delhi:

Controversy has once again arisen against Corona, a drug that claims to increase immunity. This new controversy has arisen over the certification of Patanjali Ayurved, promoted by yoga guru Ramdev. Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari were also present at the launch event of Coronil.

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This product of Patanjali was described by the company as the first evidence based drug for Kovid-19. Ramdev and the Union Minister were sitting on the poster behind where he was sitting, this drug is certified by CoPP and WHO GMP. That is, certified by the Pharmaceutical Product Certificate (CoPP) and the Goods Manufacturing Practices (WHO GMP) of the World Health Organization. Both these standards define the quality of any medical product.

The World Health Organization (WHO), however, made it clear by tweeting that it has neither reviewed nor certified any conventional medicine related to the prevention or treatment of Kovid-19. WHO’s South East Asia gave information by tweeting this.


Patanjali said on Friday at the launch of the product, Coronil has received a Certificate of Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product from the AYUSH Department of the Central Pharmaceutical Standards Control Organization under the WHO certification scheme.

Rakesh Mittal, one of the top officials of Patanjali Ayurved, had tweeted that coronil has been recognized by WHO. Patanjali has made history in the field of Ayurveda, as Coronil has got the status of the first evidence based medicine recognized by the WHO against Corona. However, he later deleted the tweet.


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