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Coronavirus Cures No One Has Heard Of

These COVID-19 "remedies" are rather interesting.

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The COVID-19 outbreak has locked down nations and the anxiety is growing every day. The SARS-CoV-2 chaos has given birth to a plethora of possible remedies. However, some of these Coronavirus cures are rather interesting and you’ll soon find out why.

Coronavirus Cures or are They?

On one hand, authorities like WHO and CDC are working relentlessly to fight the plaguing virus. On the other, some personalities are banking in on the current situation and trying to sell their versions of a Coronavirus cure.

These ideas, however, are quite compelling and not for the fainthearted. What’s so special about them? Well, let me enlighten you on some COVID-19 remedies from around the world, that I came across while researching.

“Remedies” from India

Yoga: According to the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Adityanath, relief from mental stress will cure any disease or infection and therefore Yoga is a good option.

If a person overcomes mental illness, he/she will not suffer from blood pressure, heart attack, kidney failure, liver dysfunction, or even coronavirus. They’ll stay fit and healthy.

Cow Urine and Dung: A politician from BJP had this to say:

We all know cow dung is very helpful. Likewise, when cow urine is sprayed, it purifies an area. I believe something similar could be done with cow urine, cow dung to cure #coronavirus: Assam BJP MLA Suman Haripriya.

Use of a Slogan: A particular group of people believes that a rallying cry against the SARS-CoV-2 is a good cure for Coronavirus. Yes, you heard that right, a “Go Corona Go‘ slogan will send the infection out of the country.

Coronavirus cure from Iran

A cleric, Abbas Tabrizian aka “the father of Islamic medicine of Iran” wants people to apply a violet lubricant on your BEHIND. He used his Telegram messaging app to “help” those in need.

Before sleeping, put a cotton ball dipped in violet oil to the an*s.

One word: “Speechless”… Hold on, we’re not done yet. There a few from the West as well.

A televangelist, Kenneth Copeland‘s viral video claimed that he could cure Coronavirus remotely. He was seen asking the viewers to touch the TV screens in the viral video, to reap the benefits.

Here’s another one. American Radio host Alex Jones has sliver-infused SuperBlue toothpaste that isn’t just a cure for Coronavirus but also kills it from the roots. He made this preposterous claim in his Infowars program.

I think that’s enough for today because I still am unable to digest most of it. Let us know what you think about it in the comments section. Dankanator will keep you updated.

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