Curative and Preventive Remedies for Covid-19

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The pandemic has been raging around the world for several months, but no specific cure has yet been found. There are, however, some serious leads. So how do we treat people with this disease? What can be done to prevent it? Elements of an answer in this article.

 

How are people with Covid-19 treated?

When symptoms are mild, doctors may refer people with Covid-19 to medicines to relieve fever and cough if it occurs. These drugs are usually available over the counter in pharmacies, but to avoid the rush and self-medication, authorities in many countries have decided to ration them and only supply them by prescription. Before taking them, it is always advisable to contact your doctor. Only he or she will be able to determine which doctors are the most appropriate for each situation. If symptoms worsen, hospitalization may be necessary. In this case, the treatment protocol may be different.

 

Clinical trials on several doctors already on the market

The virus that causes Covid-19 is new. While waiting to develop specific drugs for this disease, scientists are testing drugs already on the market. Several clinical trials are thus underway around the world. Among the protocols currently in clinical trials are remdesivir, an antiviral designed to treat the Ebola virus and an antiviral used against HIV. Hydroxychloroquine is being tested in clinical trials on people with Covid-19.

 

Prevention of Covid-19: the contributions of traditional medicine

Alternative medicine has always provided effective methods to combat infectious problems. Certain products make it possible to reduce the intensity and prevent the evolution of viruses. Are these products effective for the prevention of Covid-19? Since the virus is new, it is perhaps a little early to say definitively that traditional medicine really has the solution to the disease. However, some remedies do stimulate the functioning of the immune system and increase its responsiveness to the virus.

Among these products that can increase the immune defence is Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea). Its anti-infectious properties have been scientifically confirmed. It is also frequently used to treat the onset of respiratory infections. It is often used with ginseng, a plant known for its fortifying, revitalizing and energizing properties. Ginseng roots help stimulate the immune system and fight against bacterial and viral infections as well as autoimmune diseases.

Eucalyptus essential oil, rich in eucalyptol, can be used to treat certain respiratory problems. Used in friction, inhalation, diffusion in the atmosphere or fumigation, it helps to sanitize friction and fluidify pulmonary mucus. The essential oil of ravintsara, this tree implanted in Madagascar during the 19th century also has powerful antiviral and anti-infectious properties. It helps to alleviate the symptoms of influenza and rhinopharyngeal affections.

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