Maharishi Ayurveda launches AyurDefence-AV to fight viral infections


Reduces viral infection & seasonal flu, strengthen defense mechanism and builds up immunity

One of the pioneering science-based Ayurvedic company, Maharishi Ayurveda has recently announced the expansion of its Ayurvedic Healthcare portfolio with the launch of its 100% Ayurvedic product AyurDefence-AV amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is a completely herbal product made up of the combination of 19 herbs, possessing functional attributes of turning out to be the armor against viral infection & seasonal flu. It has the property to enhance the body’s innate intelligence, which works synergistically for more vitality, inner strength, stability and balance to strengthen immunity.

Viral infections or flu indicated by symptoms like runny nose, sore or strep throat, body ache, stiffness, headache, shortness of breath result in drowsiness, weakness, sluggishness and much more depending upon the type of virus or other pathogens involved. 

AyurDefence-AV is made up of 19 herbs, which help the body to combat the viral infection and flu-like symptoms e.g. fever, runny nose, difficulty in breathing, cough, headache, stiffness.

AyurDefence-AV is a combination of well-known, highly effective herbs like, Tulsi, Kali Mirch (Piper Nigrum), Ginger, Long pepper, Cumin, Licorice, Bilva, Giloy, Sonth, Pippali, Mulethi and Lahsun. And these herbs have the characteristics to strengthen the body’s guard against any external health threats including bacterial and viral infection. This product also works as bronchodilator, immuno-modulator, antimicrobial, anti-allergic, antipyretic, analgesic, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and antitussive.

It promotes balance in Dosha, Agni and Dhatu, eliminating Ama (improperly-digested impurities) that can block microcirculatory channels. This also helps decrease microbial load, balance mucus production and in building immunity.

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