Fighting against Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome : A Systematic Review on Plant Foods and Natural Products as Complementary Herbal Medicines
Farhan Mohiuddin Bhata, Thanongsak Chaiyasob,f, Mohammed Wasim Siddiquic, Jomkhwan Meerakd, Vasudha Bansale, Chuda Chittasuphog, Chandan Shivamallui, Jagadeesh Devarajh, Shashanka K Prasadi and Sarana Rose Sommanoa.
The corona pandemic 2019 (CoViD-19) has encouraged social movement for the physical distancing and awareness for the use of natural products of medicinal plants for home remedies. Scientists are working to unravel the genetic makeup of corona virus i.e., the causative agent of CoViD-19 in order to find treatments for the infection. Until now, even medicine and vaccine have been formulated in order to help cure the disease. The primary objective of this article is to identify and analyse the published articles in the areas of complementary herbal plant application for antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, ways to enhanced immunity, and to cure infectious symptoms. One of the paramount options including the use of herb-based medicinal derivatives have been proposed to cure infections with the positive outcome. Most of the established traditional medicinal systems like Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda have recommended a list of several potent herbal and essential oils that ease the symptoms of infections by their regular massaging on the scalp. These results can serve as a yard stick for the efficacious utilisation of food plants as home remedy and for the development of clinical study on disease prevention from natural resources in a global context.