The pill, which
contains highly addictive substances as well as heavy toxic metal, is being
sold as ancient Indian herbal therapy but there’s nothing holistic about it.
laboratory testing on products purchased in Melbourne revealed that the pills
contain Codeine, Morphine and Papaverine — major components found in Opium.
have contacted us about opiates and other illicit substances imported from
India being easily accessible in most Australian cities,” SBS Punjabi Radio
executive producer Manpreet Kaur Singh said.
investigation found there was between one and five per cent (approximately
between 2mg and 20mg) of Opium in a typical Kamini tablet.
definitely not an Ayurvedic medicine. It contains chemicals and components
which are probably banned in most countries around the world. It is highly
This medicine is so
dangerous that if someone overdoses on it, it can even be fatal,” Melbourne
medical practitioner Dr Gurdip Aurora told SBS.
the pills may be imported into Australia alongside grocery items.