Initiatives by Dev Bhoomi Medical College of Ayurveda & Hospital during Covid 19
Making of Immunity Boosting Powder by DBMCAH & its distribution in Dehradun
Dehradun is one of the places that hold the highest Covid-19 cases in Uttarakhand. With the cases rising every day, people need to take care of themselves. In this situation of the pandemic, nothing is more important than keeping your metabolism and immunity strong. In order to help people do so and to fulfill a little part of the institute’s responsibility towards the nation and society, Dev Bhoomi Medical College of Ayurveda and Hospital (DBMCAH) took the initiative to make and distribute the “Immunity Boosting Powder” in various areas of Dehradun. Institute prepared the powder of Giloy and Tulsi with black pepper, turmeric, and ginger that would help in boosting the immunity of people against viral infections such as coronavirus. Moreover, the packets of the powder were distributed in the areas like Navgaon, Rajawala, Suddhowala, Bhagwanpur Jhulo, Atak Farm, Dudhayi, Misraj Patti, Bidholi, etc. Simultaneously, to make people aware of the importance of such immunity-boosting elements, the institute distributed more than 20,000 packets to the people in the respective localities. Even the Ayush Ministry has suggested the ingredients used in the powder for boosting immunity and, therefore, in the coming days, the institute is planning to distribute more such packets.
Giloy Distribution on the occasion of World Environment Day
Dev Bhoomi Medical College of Ayurveda and Hospital (DBMCAH), to mark the World Environment Day, distributed Giloy saplings at various places in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. During the times of the coronavirus pandemic, the importance of these medicinal plants has increased manifold. Therefore, the institute took the opportunity of World Environment day to provide people the Giloy saplings, which act as an immunity-boosting medicinal herb. The institute also devotedly worked towards making people aware of the importance of such medicinal herbs for the environment as well as for their individual selves. As per the suggestion of the union ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy), using the immunity-boosting herbs is an effective major to tackle the viral infections. Therefore, DBMCAH took the stated initiative to fulfill the institute’s responsibility towards nature, society, and to make people aware of the hidden treasures of Ayurveda.
DBMCAH hands out Giloy Saplings & Immunity Boosting Decoction in Dehradun on the occasion of Harela
Dev Bhoomi Medical College of Ayurveda and Hospital (DBMCAH) on the occasion of Harela, 16 July 2020, planted saplings of Giloy (Tinospora Cordifolia), a medicinal plant, to the adopted villages in the area. It also distributed the saplings to the gram panchayat members of the respective villages. During the times of the coronavirus pandemic, the importance of these medicinal plants has increased manifold. Therefore the institute took the opportunity during the festivities of Harela to initiate plantation drive for ayurvedic herbs that are rich in medicinal qualities. Further, the institute distributed the Giloy saplings and “Kaadha” (decoction) in the New Defence Colony Welfare Society, Prem Nagar Road, Bandukwala to boost the people’s immunity against infections like Covid-19. Society Director Mr. Balwant Singh Rawat and Secretary Mr. Naveen Chandra Kandypal encouraged and assisted the institute in this initiative. The union ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy) has also suggested using the immunity-boosting herbs and consumption of such decoction in order to fight with the coronavirus. Therefore, to fulfill a small part of the institute’s responsibility towards nature and society, DBMCAH took the stated initiative and simultaneously marked the occasion of Harela through the plantation of the saplings.