There is no person who doesn't like sweets. And moreover, the Bengalis love sweets. The bengal state officials have said that they released immunity-enhancing sweets to the market to fight the coronavirus. Made from honey extracted from the popular Sundarbans forest, pure cow's milk and basil, the sweets are named as "Aarogya Sandhesh". These sweets are made in a completely natural way. No artificial ingredients and dyes have been used in the preparation of this sweet, an official of the Animal Resources Development Department said in an interview with the national media.
By eating the sweets, it boosts immunity, he said. However, it was told that the sweets were merely to boost immunity, but do not act in treating coronavirus. He made it clear that these sweets play an important part of boosting the immunity. The official added that the sweets were also approved by the government. Sundarbans affairs minister, Madhuram Fakir said this would soon be made available to the general public at an affordable price.
Earlier this month, the sweet confectionery company has prepared this sweet under the name ‘Immunity Sandhesh’. He said that the sweets were made with natural turmeric, basil, saffron, cardamom and herbs. In addition, these sweets have been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.