Can the Clevira tablet be used as preventive medicine for COVID?

Q. Can I take Clevira along with Kabasura Kudineer to prevent COVID-19?

Answered by
Dr. Uthrapathi S
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Jun 04, 2021 and last reviewed on: Sep 10, 2023

Hello doctor,

I always take Kabasura Kudineer four times a week and do steam inhalation whenever my parents go outside and come. I do not go outside. After my parents come from outside, they always immediately have a bath and the following night have Kabasura Kudineer and steam inhalation. I always take Vitamin C, and Zinc tablets. Can you please explain to me about the Clevira tablet? How can it be used as preventative medicine, and for how long to use it? Since I am obese, I am very much scared of the current situation going on. I am so scared and anxious. Kindly help me.



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Clevira is an antiviral formulation to give supportive care in mild to moderate COVID-19 patients. Dosage is two tablets after food in the morning and the night for 14 days. It is taken only at the duration of corona affected period. It is not used for prevention purposes. It will reduce fever, body pain, may improve oxygen saturation level, and also try to regulate respiratory level. Personal hygiene, self-isolation, wearing the mask, healthy food intake (vegetables, green leaves, protein diet), yoga, cardiac exercise, drinking plenty of water (four liters per day) are the most important things to build immunity body. I suggest you do steam inhalation with turmeric mixed hot water twice or one time a day. Gargle with warm salt water twice a day. Wash vegetables with turmeric and salt mixed water after buying them. These will reduce the chance of getting the viral infection. Kabasura Kudineer is also used as preventive measures. In addition, Zinc, Vitamin-C, and Vitamin-D will regulate or improve the immune system.

Kindly do not panic and follow the above steps.

Hello doctor,

Thank you.

How many times should I take Kabasura Kudineer in a day? Kindly give your opinion.



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Kabasura Kudineer dosage: For adults, 2.02 fluid ounces in the morning and the night after food for five days after that, take a break for one week. For children (above five years), 1.01 fluid ounces in the morning and the night after food for five days after that, take a break for one week. COVID positive patients have to take 2.02 fluid ounces five times a day (four hours once) till the symptoms are gone.

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