Ayush 64

By : Neha Dhyani

Updated : Mar 11, 2022, 6:20

Ayush 64 is a polyherbal formulation that can be used in addition to standard care for mild-to-moderate coronavirus cases. It has the approval of the ICMR's National Task Force for COVID treatment for home-isolation patients. It follows the National Clinical Management Protocol guided by Ayurveda and Yoga.

It was created through a clinical trial conducted in multiple centres. This process was monitored by the Joint Monitoring Committee of the Ministry of AYUSH-CSIR. The development of Ayush 64 dates back to 1980 - it was meant for the treatment of malaria.

Why is Ayush 64 Effective for COVID-19?

Ayush 64 contains significant antipyretic, immune-modulator, and antiviral properties. According to a study, most of its phytoconstituents have prevented COVID-19. It has also yielded successful results for influenza-like illnesses.

Why Should You Take Ayush 64?

Ayush 64 has been known to speed up the recovery process and reduce the severity of the disease. Its other benefits include better sleep and appetite, lower stress and anxiety, and improved general health. According to clinical trials, patients experienced a shorter hospitalization period and significant clinical improvement.

It also meets the pharmacopoeial and quality benchmarks set by the Central Council of Research in Ayurvedic Sciences.

How Can You Get the Ayush 64 Kit?

You can visit the centres at the All India Institute of Ayurveda, Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, Regional Institute of Yunani Medicine, Central Council for Research in Yoga and Naturopathy, Central Ayurveda Research Institute in Punjabi Bagh, Unani Medical Centre at Safdarjung Hospital, Unani Specialty clinic, and the Dr MA Ansari Health Center for your Ayush 64 kit. It is also available at the Ayush Bhawan, GPO Complex.

A soft copy or hard copy of your RT-PCR test and Aadhar card are required to avail of the free Ayush 64 kit. Refills of this kit are also available free of cost.

What is the Dosage for Ayush 64?

A two-week course of two 500 mg Ayush 64 tablets should be taken twice a day, an hour after meals, along with warm water for asymptomatic COVID-19 cases. The dose can be increased to two 500 mg tablets an hour after meals along with warm water thrice a day for mild to moderate COVID symptoms.

You can extend the treatment for up to 12 weeks, but you should consult a qualified Ayush medical practitioner before you do so. Clinical studies have proved that it is safe to take Ayush 64 for up to 12 weeks.

Are There Any Side Effects of Ayush 64?

Some patients have had an upset stomach and diarrhoea after taking Ayush 64, but this problem was resolved without any medical intervention.

Can Ayush 64 be Used for Standalone Treatment?

In mild cases, Ayush 64 may be used as a standalone treatment. However, the treatment should be monitored by an Ayurvedic physician.

For mild-to-moderate cases, it can be taken in addition to standard treatment.

Ayush 64 is an effective remedy for asymptomatic or mild-to-moderate COVID 19 symptoms if taken along with a standard course of treatment. However, before taking this polyherbal formulation, please consult an Ayurvedic practitioner.

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FAQs on Ayush 64

Q.1. Are There any Guidelines to Follow While Taking Ayush 64?

There are no special guidelines for taking Ayush 64; you just need to follow the guidelines given by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Q.2. Can Pregnant and Lactating Women take Ayush 64?

There are no clinical trials to establish the safety of Ayush 64 for pregnant and lactating women.

Q.3. Can you Take Ayush 64 After Vaccination?

Yes, you can take Ayush 64 within 7 days of vaccination. However, there are no scientific studies to prove its efficacy.

Q.4. Can you Take Ayush 64 if you Have Comorbidities?

You may take Ayush 64 with comorbidities like hypertension or diabetes in asymptomatic or mild-to-moderate cases.