On January 31, the Shanghai Institute of Medicine and Wuhan Institute of Virology jointly announced about Coronavirus.
He stated that the research found that the Shuanghuanglian Oral liquid could prevent the new Coronavirus. And that news quickly spread the screen. Overnight, Shuanghuanglian Oral Liquid was sold to major drug stores and e-commerce platforms.
Does Shuanghuanglian Oral Liquid Really Work for the New Corona Virus?
CCTV contacted and responded to the Central Steering Group’s medical team specialist and Chinese Academy of Engineering specialist Zhang Boley today (February 1st).
Shuanghuanglian Oral Liquid is a common Chinese patent drug, Zhang Boli said. The main ingredients are Honey Skills, honeysuckle, Scutellaria baicalensis, and forsythia, which does heat cleansing and detoxification. If Shuanghuanglian Oral Liquid has an Anti-Coronavirus Effect, then all medicines containing these three ingredients have this effect, and there are many medicines containing all three of these ingredients.
Previous studies have found that these drugs have a wide spectrum antiviral effect and even an anti-bacterial effect. However, no formal clinical studies have been made about the new coronary virus. Everyone is waiting for a specific drug, but it takes time. These proprietary Chinese medicines can only play a role in regulating the physiological state, and they are not targeted by the (new coronavirus), so we should pay attention to that.
Expert Zhang also said that Shuanghuanglian has been the most commonly used medicine. And is also commonly used in clinical practice for heat cleansing and detoxification. However, whether it’s an injection or an oral solution, there are some negative reactions. Although many are not, some are. So they cannot be used blindly. It’s best to use it in a doctor’s guidance.
In the early afternoon of January 20, expert Zong Nanshan, leader of the National Health and Medical Commission’s high-level expert group, responded to “preventing and controlling the outbreak of a new type of coronavirus infection”, and others Answered questions from reporters and stated: There is no specific pneumonia medication.
World Health Organization
On January 29, the World Health Organization proposed a new coronavirus: “Until now, there are no new drugs specifically designed to prevent and treat the new coronary virus. ”