Guwahati: In an initiative to boost the immunity of the police personnel of Guwahati, a series of AYUSH health camps will be organised in the city, starting at the Guwahati Police Reserve in Paltan Bazaar on Friday.
The AYUSH medication was ceremonially started when Dr Amulya Ratna Sahoo, Officer in charge, RRH & Dr Ekta, Research Officer (Ayurveda), CARI handed over the medication to Hemanta Kumar Das, DCP (Administration), Guwahati Police on Wednesday.
The initiative of the Ministry of AYUSH involves the distribution of Shamsamani Vati & Ashwagandha Vati of Ayurveda and Arsenicam Album 30 of Homeopathy after consultation with the doctors of Ayurveda and Homeopathy at these camps. These are clinically proven medicines to boost the immune system.
Speaking about this initiative, Hemanta Kumar Das, DCP, Administration, Guwahati Police, said, “Our personnel are at the frontline and we must remain healthy to serve people better. Such camps will bring immense value to our force to keep a check on their well being.”
Talking about the benefits of Ashwagandha & Shamsamani Vati, Dr Ekta, Research Officer (Ayurveda), CARI, said, “Shamshamani Vati has rich medicinal properties that help to boost one’s immunity & enhance human body’s ability to fight back various bacterial & viral infections. Ashwagandha helps in controlling stress & anxiety of a person.”
Dr Amulya Ratna Sahoo, Officer in Charge, RRIH, said, “Very glad to distribute Arsenicum Album 30, a proven immunity booster against Covid 19, among the police personnel as they are the most exposed frontline workers after the medical fraternity in the war against Covid 19.”
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