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Drinking Giloy to increase immunity is getting 'liver' bad, research reveals


Giloy And Liver: To remain healthy in this corona period, it is very important to have strong immunity. At this time almost everyone is trying in many ways to increase their immunity. People are changing from their lifestyle to their diet. To strengthen immunity, while it is advised to eat healthy foods such as whole grains and fruits, many people are resorting to decoction for strong immunity. From tulsi, ginger, amla to turmeric and giloy, all the home remedies that used to be eaten occasionally have now become everyone's routine during the pandemic. However, accord ing to health experts, home remedies should be consumed in moderation so that its side effects can be avoided. nbtAccording to the news, now it has become clear from a new study that why it is necessary to consume herbal concoctions in small quantities. A research published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hepatology has shown that excessive consumption of Giloy juice during the corona virus has caused liver problems in many people. Let us know why this has happened.

Liver damage of 6 people from Giloy

It has become clear in research that people have had liver damage due to the consumption of herbal immune boosters during Kovid-19. Between September 2020 and December 2020, a team of doctors in Mumbai had noticed about 6 cases of liver damage caused by decoction of Giloy. Symptoms like jaundice (jaundice) and lethargy-fatigue were seen in these patients. These people had reached the doctor with a physical complaint. After investigation, it was found that all these people had consumed excessive amount of Tinospora cordifolia i.e. Giloy. At the same time, in a study published in the Indian National Association for the Study of Liver, it has been claimed that the consumption of Giloy can cause liver damage.

Among those who had liver damage, the first patient was a 40-year-old male, who was undergoing treatment for jaundice in the hospital for 15 days. Investigation revealed that this person used to consume Giloy with cinnamon and clove once in two days. The second and third patients were 54 and 38 years old. Both were suffering from various chronic health problems and had been drinking herbal juices for about 6 months. At the same time, the fourth patient had type-2 diabetes and she was a 62-year-old woman. This woman complained of loss of appetite, yellowing of eyes and skin and flatulence. He had a syrup containing Giloy for about a month. The fifth and sixth patients also had jaundice, whose liver function was effectively reduced.

Is Giloy harmful?

Giloy or Tinospora cordifolia is a traditional Indian herb that has been used since ancient times to prepare Ayurvedic medicines. It is also known as the 'root of immortality'. This herb has been used in such a way as to treat diseases. Advantages Giloy been much used this herb in Corona epidemic. It was promoted a lot as an immunity booster. Doctors believe that it is rich in antioxidants but it should be used in very small amounts. Giloy fights free radicals and detoxifies the body. -It purifies the blood. It prevents liver related diseases. It prevents the infection of urinary tract infection. -It improves digestion.
Fights with respiratory problems.

Its consumption provides relief from stress and anxiety.

Giloy is a herb that has been used in India for centuries as an Ayurvedic medicine. The Ministry of AYUSH had also advised to use Giloy during the corona epidemic to increase immunity in a natural way. However, then it was also said by the government that it should be consumed in small quantities. According to the Ministry of AYUSH, Giloy should be taken in the form of an extract in the form of 500 mg or 1-3 grams of powder twice a day with warm water for 15 days or a month. Apart from this, if you are suffering from any health problem, then definitely consult a doctor before using this herbal syrup.

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