Chinese authorities are utilizing a traditional Chinese medication to help battle coronavirus, and the remedy has been met with both skepticism and support.
Dr. Yequing Chen, a local doctor who has some expertise in traditional Chinese medication, says it might help. Be that as it may, she additionally recognizes that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention doesn’t have any FDA-approved treatment or vaccine to treat coronavirus.
At the point when people walk into Dr. Chen’s Office, they will see acupuncture needles and traditional Chinese herbs and remedies.
“We take care of symptoms but we also meanwhile treat the root cause so then the patient can get the better results,” she said.
At the point when she heard health authorities in China found that the joined herbal oral liquid remedy Shuanhuanglian could be utilized to “inhibit” coronavirus, she said it seemed well and good.
“They use the Chinese herbs to treat this virus and 80% cases they use Chinese herbs and get pretty good results,” Dr. Chen said.
In any case, some medical experts questioned whether the discoveries were supported by clinical proof from treating coronavirus patients.
Dr. Chen has a companion who lives in Wuhan. She says these herbs can help however suggests following CDC rules.
“Follow the CDC’s directions, you know, you need to wear the masks, use hand sanitizer, try to stay home,” Dr. Chen said.
The World Health Organization says to date, there is no particular medication prescribed to forestall or treat the novel coronavirus.
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