In a previous post, I highlighted Madagascar’s COVID-19 tonic and their partnership with Equatorial Guinea. Well, recent news coming out of Nigeria is going against their union and product.
The following information is from AA.
Nigeria’s Pharmaceutical Research Institute has rejected Madagascar’s coronavirus herbal mixture, COVID-Organics (CVO). The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD) reported that safety studies show that CVO can’t alter the normal physiology of animals. NIPRD’s director general, Obi Adigwe, advised the following:
“They are hiding a lot of things and I think it is possible that they know that they don’t have strong science backing up their claim. But our own analysis does not show any proof that it can cure COVID-19.”
“CVO reduced cough frequency with the maximum dose tested, producing an effect equivalent to that produced by the centrally acting cough-suppressant, dihydrocodeine.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned others against using CVO without medical supervision.
In a recent broadcast, Dr. Mumbi Seraki suggested that Nigerian leadership might’ve been paid to speak against COVID-Organics. And I’m inclined to agree with her, especially since the WHO has openly denounced using the product.
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Until Next Time…