RESEARCH ARTICLE


Anti-COVID-19 Biomedicines - A Layout Proposal for Production, Storage and Transportation



Shibabrata Pattanayak1, *
1 Department of Animal Resources Development, Govt. of West Bengal, Kolkata, India


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* Address correspondence to this author at the Department of Animal Resources Development, Govt. of West Bengal, Kolkata, India.; Tel: (+91)9734823620; Email: pattanayak1966@gmail.com


Abstract

Background:

Modulation of non-specific immunity and other related activities of succulent parts of effective medicinal plants can prevent viral infections like COVID-19 through their dietary intake.

Objective:

The succulent parts of the medicinal plants with immunomodulation, anti-oxidation, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, etc. power can be used orally in the capsular form to prevent as well as to reduce the severity of symptoms of COVID-19.

Methods:

A proposal is displayed with a detailed description of related steps like the selection of medicinal plant parts consulting related reports, collection of biomedicines, validation of efficacy, dosing, encapsulation, storage, and transportation, etc.

Results:

The succulent bio-medicines against COVID-19 can be developed and marketed following only some adoptive research.

Conclusion:

Succulent bio-medicines can be prepared and marketed for the prevention and cure of different infectious and non-infectious diseases.

Keywords: COVID-19, Succulent biomedicines, Immunomodulation, Prevention, Cure, Encapsulation.