Ayurvedic treatment on patients infected by black fungus proving effective in Gujarat

Not a single death or removal of eyes among 70 patients

Hindus feel that since Ayurvedic medicines appear to be very effective on diseases such as, coronavirus, black fungus, etc. the Central Government should giving Ayurvedic medicines a serious thought and allow official use of these medicines all over the country after having conducted more research.

Surat (Gujarat) – The number Covid-19 patients in Gujarat are decreasing, but the number of patients infected by black fungus is on the rise. More than 7,000 are found infected with this disease till now. Out of them, more than 200 have died and more than 350 have lost their eyes through surgery. Despite giving the injections worth Rs. 30,000 every day, not much improvement has been noticed. On the other hand, it has been found that Ayurvedic medicine is more effective on black fungus. Ayurvedic doctor Rajanikant Patel from Surat has treated 70 patients infected by black fungus; no one has died and neither anyone required surgery. Their eyes and jaws have also been cured. Many among them were unable to see; but after the treatment they are now able to see.

In Ayurveda, this fungus is known as, ‘Krumi’, Kushtha, etc. This disease is chronic and 3,000 remedies are available to cure it. Diet plays a very important role in Ayurveda. Hence, while treating this disease, strict diet needs to be followed such as, not eating raw banana, red rice, milk of a female camel, sweet and sour things.
Dr. Rajanikant said, “To defunct black fungus, many herbs have to be used. Smoke of these herbs is inhaled through the nose and exhaled through the mouth, and vice-versa. In the same way, medicine prepared from other herbs too is put in the nostrils. Other medicines are to be consumed orally. The effect of these medicines is 50% and that of the diet is 50%”.