As part of its ‘Protect the Protectors’ social initiative to support the frontline medical workers, Alchemlife has donated its Phytorelief-CC pastilles to doctors in hospitals across India. 100,000 strips of Phytorelief-CC pastilles have been donated to around 100 hospitals in the last 3 months. 150,000 more strips will be given to 150 different hospitals over the next 6 months. This initiative has also been extended globally.
The Phytorelief-CC that was donated is a clinically tested and patented solution (in USA and European Union) used in the treatment of cold, cough and sore throat. It also helps naturally boost immunity by activating your saliva to fight germs that enter through the mouth and nose causing upper respiratory tract infections. It is a natural solution containing Phytoactives from different medicinal plants.
Raman Mehta, Founder, Alchemlife said, “The ‘Protect the Protectors’ initiative was launched to extend our gratitude and assist the nation’s fearless medical workers as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic that has gripped the world. Through this gesture, we would like to thank them for their brave service every day and make sure we do our bit in our efforts to protect our saviours who are tirelessly working to keep us safe”.
Dr S P Byotra, Senior Consultant, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi commented, “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Alchemlife for their donations of Phytorelief-CC pastilles to our hospital. These pastilles have proved instrumental in boosting our immunity and keeping us safe while we take care of our patients every day. We have also recommended these pastilles to our patients suffering from cold, cough and sore throat and have received positive feedback”.
Alchemlife has distributed Phytorelief-CC pastilles in hospitals across cities such as Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Assam, Ahmedabad, Patna and Surat. Leading hospitals where distribution of the pastilles was undertaken include Max Healthcare Institute, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, AIIMS etc. to name a few.