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Arogya Sandesh: Fighting COVID Bengal-style

Manturam Pakhira said the honey for making Arogya Sandesh will be collected from beehives in places such as Pirkhali, Jharkhali and other parts of the Sunderbans

For the misti lovers in the state, the West Bengal government has decided to introduce a ‘Sandesh’ which will contain honey from Sundarbans and increase immunity. An official report said that the Arogya Sandesh will be developed to boost the immunity of the people amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Cotton cheese made from cow milk will be mixed with pure honey from the Sunderbans to prepare the ‘Arogya Sandesh’ which will also have extracts of tulsi leaves, an official of the Animal Resources Development Department said.

No artificial flavours would be added to the sweetmeat which will be available in the department’s outlets in the city and neighbouring districts, he said.

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The sandesh will boost the immune system as a whole but it is not a COVID-19 antidote, the official said.

A popular sweet chain Balaram Mullick in had earlier this month introduced immunity booster Sandesh. The sweet claimed of having various herbs and spices such as Haldi, tulsi, saffron, and cardamom and Himalayan honey, which will boost immunity to fight novel coronavirus.

Sunderbans affairs minister Manturam Pakhira said the honey for making Arogya Sandesh will be collected from beehives in places such as Pirkhali, Jharkhali and other parts of the Sunderbans and it will be stored in a scientific manner.

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The sandesh is expected to hit the shelves in another two months and the pricing will be within the reach of the common man, the animal resources development department official said.

Earlier this month, a reputed sweetmeat chain of came out with an ‘Immunity Sandesh’ claiming that it contains various herbs and spices such as haldi (turmeric), tulsi, saffron, and cardamom and Himalayan honey, which will boost immunity to fight novel coronavirus.

There are total 17,283 positive cases of Coronavirus in with 5,451 active cases. 11,193 people have  recovered and 639 people have died in the state so far due to the infection.

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