Madagascar discovers Local herbal Tea Remedy vaccine for coronavirus (COVID 19) update

Madagascar discovers Local herbal Tea Remedy vaccine for the coronavirus (COVID 19) yet to be certified by WHO but has cure so many COVID 19 patients in the Country. Below are all you need to know about the tea from a local plant to cure the disease.

Amid the medical race to find an effective vaccine for the coronavirus that is currently spreading the world, Madagascar, a southern Africa, could possible processed a tea from a local plant to cure the disease.

Do you know that coronavirus disease appeared first in 2019 in Wuhan city in China. The disease was, first identified in Wuhan and Hubei, both in China early December 2019. The original cause still unknown, it remains a puzzle and an enigma for the world scientific community.

On April 21, the President of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina has officially launched a local herbal remedy claimed to prevent and cure the novel coronavirus.

“Tests have been carried out — two people have now been cured by this treatment,” Rajoelina told ministers, diplomats and journalists at the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (IMRA), which developed the beverage.

“This herbal tea gives results in seven days. I will be the first to drink this today, in front of you, to show you that this product cures and does not kill,” stressed Rajoelina.

The drink, which has been called Covid-Organics, is derived from artemisia – a plant with proven efficacy in malaria treatment – and other indigenous herbs, according to the IMRA.

But its safety and effectiveness have not been assessed internationally, nor has any data from trials been published in peer-reviewed studies. Mainstream scientists have warned of the potential risk from untested herbal brews.

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Rajoelina brushed aside any such reservations and said the concoction would be offered to schoolchildren, as it was his duty was to “protect the Malagasy people”.

According to Dr. Charles Andrianjara, IMRA’s Director General. “Covid-Organics will be used as prophylaxis, that is for prevention, but clinical observations have shown a trend towards its effectiveness in curative treatment,”

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