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Dabur India banks on therapeutic products as COVID fears spread

Consumer goods company offers more items based on traditional Hindu remedies

Dabur's immunity-enhancing products are displayed at a drugstore in New Delhi. (Photo by Moyuru Baba)

NEW DELHI -- Indian consumer goods maker Dabur India has expanded its lineup of ayurvedic products to meet growing demand for food and other items based on traditional Hindu remedies amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Since the spring of 2020, Dabur has released more than 50 ayurvedic items as more people resort to traditional healing methods to prevent and cure the disease.

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