Rare Diseases Policy – Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, GOI

The Policy aims at lowering the incidence and prevalence of rare diseases based on an integrated and comprehensive preventive strategy encompassing awareness generation, premarital, post-marital, pre-conception and post-conception screening and counselling programmes to prevent births of children with rare diseases, and within the constraints on resources and competing health care priorities, enable access to affordable health care to patients of rare diseases.

Yogi Breathing

Man in his normal state had no need of instruction in breathing. Like the lower animal and the child, he breathed naturally and properly, as nature intended him to do, but civilization has changed him in this and other respects. He has contracted improper methods and attitudes of walking, standing and sitting, which have robbed him of his birthright of natural and correct breathing. He has paid a high price for civilization. The savage, to-day, breathes naturally, unless he has been contaminated by the habits of civilized man.

Dr. Fauci asked medical records of 9 Chinese People-China doubted activities of 200 USA Bio-Labs

I also want to point out that there are increasingly more reports on the virus and COVID-19 pandemic being spotted in various places around the world in the second half of 2019, and that the international community is highly concerned about the questions around the biological lab at Fort Detrick and the real intentions of the US' establishment of 200-plus overseas bio-labs.

Management of Stroke through Virechana: An Ayurvedic Case Report

Stroke is a leading cause of adult neurological disability and represents an enormous health problem worldwide. It describes a clinical syndrome, which can be caused by a number of different pathologies, rather than a single disease. In Ayurveda, Pakshaghata can be compared to hemiplegia which is the presentation of stroke. In this study a case report of stroke is being presented.

Ayurveda Discipline

Academic Discipline Ras Shastra & BhaishajyaKalpana (Iatro-Chemistry) ShareerKriya (Physiology)  Maulik Siddhant (Fundamental Principles) Bala Roga (Pediatrics) SwasthaVritta (Preventive and Social Medicine) Prasuti & Stri Roga (Obstetrics &Gynaecology) Dravya Guna (Materia Medica& Pharmacology) Roga & VikritiVigyan (Pathology) Kaya Chikitsa (Internal Medicine)…

Anti-COVID-19 2-DG drug developed by DRDO was researched by Patanjali-Read the Original Research Paper

The 2-DG derivative formed a hydrogen bond with the glutamine amino acid residues of the viral spike glycoprotein. The present in silico study supports the potential benefits of using 2-DG and its glucopyranose derivative as repurposed drugs/prodrugs for mitigating the novel COVID-19 infection. Since both these moieties present no signs of serious toxicity, further empirical studies on model systems and human clinical trials to ascertain effective dose-response are warranted and should be urgently initiated.

BRYONIA patient complains loss of smell, inflammatory trouble, pneumonia or pleurisy

The Bryonia breathing is panting and very rapid, little short rapid breaths, due to the fact that deep breathing increases the pain; the Bryonia patient desires to breathe deep, wants deep breathing, needs deep breathing, but it hurts him so. "Constant disposition to sigh," but cannot because it hurts him so. Shortness of breath, suffocation, asthma. Asthmatic attacks from becoming overheated. Asthma worse in a warm room, wants cool air to breathe.