Cow dung cocktails: why India can’t get enough of quack Covid-19 ‘cures’ – South China Morning Post

Cow dung cocktails: why India can’t get enough of quack Covid-19 ‘cures’ – South China Morning Post
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Doctors in India are baffled. Despite being told incessantly for more than a year that only masks, social distancing, and handwashing can protect them against coronavirus, some Indians still prefer to take fake “immunity boosters” and other herbal Covid-19 “cures”, or drink concoctions made from cow dung and urine.

At the cow shelter he runs in Geeta Colony in east New Delhi, Radha Kant Vats says people desperate to boost their immunity come to him for a special cocktail called panchakavyam,…Read More

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