People's University's SOPR department creates affordable herbal hand sanitizer
You can also make herbal hand sanitizer at home in an easy way
MAY 15 (WTN) - As you know, there is no authentic vaccine and drug for the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) yet. In such a situation, caution is the best protection to avoid the Coronavirus infection. In this context, doctors are also constantly advising that you should protect yourself at home to avoid infection and wash your hands periodically to avoid infection when going out.
By the way, people are constantly using hand sanitizer to protect themselves from the Coronavirus infection. But in this era of Coronavirus infection, either the sanitizers are hardly available in the market, or those which are available are getting very expensive. In such a situation, many people are facing trouble without sanitizer.
But the team of SOPR (School of Pharmacy and Research) affiliated to People's University has created herbal sanitizer under the leadership of Professor (Doctor) Bhaskar Kumar Gupta. According to Professor Gupta, "This herbal sanitizer is cheap and safe as well as kills the virus like chemical-rich sanitizers found in the market. Anyone can easily make this sanitizer at home."
This herbal sanitizer requires aloe vera juice, neem, orange peel, basil, and isopropyl alcohol. The first is to take the isopropyl alcohol in a jar and put it in neem, basil, and orange peel and then keep it for 2 hours. But during this, keep stirring it every 10 minutes. Then filter it and then add aloe vera juice to it. Stir well after mixing it and then strain it once more and keep it. After keeping it for 3 hours, sieve it again. And this way, your herbal hand sanitizer is ready for use.
According to Processor (Doctor) Bhaskar Kumar Gupta, leader of the team that makes herbal sanitizer, "Herbal hand sanitizer kills the virus just like the chemical-rich sanitizer found in the market. It is quite effective with neem and basil. Orange peels give good fragrance, and aloe vera juice does not let the hands dry. This herbal sanitizer is cheaper than the sanitizer available in the market, and there is no side effect of this herbal sensitizer."
The team of SOPR (School of Pharmacy and Research), which manufactures herbal sanitizers, includes Sumit Chaurasia, Surendra Dangi, Esha Ganju, and Rajni Dubey, besides Professor (Doctor) Bhaskar Kumar Gupta. So if you cannot find a sanitizer in the market or are getting expensive, then you can make herbal hand sanitizer at home this way.