Jodhpur News: Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University, Jodhpur, Jodhpur, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurveda University’s Postgraduate Agadtantra Department launched tobacco prohibition awareness on the occasion of World Tobacco Prohibition Day. Inauguration of the program Vice Chancellor Prof. Vaidya Pradeep Kumar Prajapati did it. In a special conversation with ABP News on this occasion, he told that consuming tobacco is injurious to health. Our research team has specially done research so that there is no craving for tobacco. To reduce the craving for cigarette, beedi, gutka and betel leaf, pan masala and cigarette have been specially made from a mixture of Ayurvedic medicines. Medicines have been added instead of tobacco (nicotine) in cigarettes. Due to which its demand is reduced.
Special Ayurveda medicines have been used in making Ayudhoompan (cigarette). Cigarettes containing Ayurvedic medicine do not cause nicotine craving. Also, the smoke coming out of it does not harm the people sitting nearby. Through this, the medicine reaches the body of the person who uses it. After which the craving for tobacco nicotine decreases. These medicines have been used in making Ayudhumpaan (cigarettes). There is no side effect of any kind on its use.
This material is used in making Ayudhampaan. Dhaturpatra, Bay leaf, Gulab Patra, Chhoti Ela, Nagarmotha, Jaramanti.
These special Ayurvedic medicines are used in making Amurgandha (Gutkha). Eating this reduces the craving for tobacco nicotine. There is no problem of gas in the stomach. Also, it is good for the taste of the mouth. This material is used in making Amurgandha. Carom seeds, fennel, ginger, sandhav, salt, lemon, betel nut.
Researched over 100 chain smokers
Program in-charge and de-addiction specialist Dr. Ritu Kapoor told that events are being organized in this awareness week. The post-graduate scholars of various departments have prepared Ayurgadha as an alternative to tobacco consumption, their ill-effects and other mechanisms to quit tobacco, Ayurgdha as an alternative to tobacco, gutkha and pan masala, and Ayurdhumpan as an alternative to quit smoking. Ayurdhoompan research was done on more than 100 chain smokers, its results have come out very shocking.
Smoking tobacco directly interacts with nicotine on the brain and lungs.
Dr. Ritu Kapoor said that by smoking tobacco, nicotine comes in direct contact with the brain and lungs. By using Ayudhoompan, the smoke mixed with Ayurvedic medicines reaches the body in the form of medicine. At the same time, it gradually ends the craving for nicotine. Children, women and men consume betel nut, pan masala, gutkha and other products in large quantities. To reduce the craving for nicotine, it is easy to quit intoxication by using Amurgandha.
Significantly, the number of people who consume tobacco is increasing continuously. Due to its side effects, more than 200 people are dying in Rajasthan every month due to the spread of deadly diseases like cancer. The state government is spending many times more on medical than the revenue it gets from gutkha bidi cigarettes.
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