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Sadanand V. Deshpande and Asawari A. Satav*


COVID-19 -- the “CO” stands for coronavirus, “VI” for virus and “D” for disease, 19 for 2019 when the pandemic started. The coronavirus itself is called “nCoV-2019”.[1] COVID-19 pandemic, has taught people in many different ways to deal with it both in terms of recovery and prevention. The virus, once it is inside the body, does not isolate and attack the respiratory system alone, but instead makes its way to many other organs and leaves its impact so post covid 19 care of people is more important. Ayurveda is the ancient system of Medicine in the world. Ayurved, the science of life which deals with every aspect of life. Ayurveda has two aims i.e. prevention and promotion of health and secondly cure from the disease. Rasayana may be employed for fulfilling both of them i.e. protection and promotion of health and curing the diseases. Ayurveda interventions become even more relevant by the fact that there is an elaborate description of causation and management of epidemic (Janapadodhwamsa[2]) in Ayurveda. After COVID-19 infection, most people form adequate antibodies which prevents them from contracting the virus again. Nonetheless, it's an unknown territory for the medical practitioners across the world, as to how long can that immunity stand. Cases where patients had the novel coronavirus again, have been reported too. More in this way, for individuals who are at a high risk of reinfection are either old or don't take enough preventive measures and chances of post covid infections most commonly lung fibrosis are more so that additionally to protect their immune system which makes post-COVID care important for them. Out of eight branches Rasayana[3] is one of branches being practiced since time immemorial. Rasayana therapy has been described in Ayurved as a systematic and scientific medical discipline. Rasayana drugs are those medicines which are capable of imparting superior Rasas and Dhatus to the body and boost up the immune system of healthy persons. Rasayana aid in increasing natural immunity, enhancing general wellbeing, improving the functioning of all fundamental organs of the body and keep the signs of early aging at bay. The main purpose of Rasayana therapy is to impede the aging process and to delay the degenerative process in the body for e.g. Lung fibrosis. So in post covid care rasayana therapy helps in delaying and reducing the degenerative process.

Keywords: Rasayana, post covid care, Janapadodhwansa, lung fibrosis.

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