African man launches anti-COVID-19, anti-inflammatory herbal supplement

African man launches anti-COVID-19, anti-inflammatory herbal supplement

- The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the issue of testing traditional medicines to battle contemporary diseases

- Back in September, the World Health Organisation endorsed testing traditional herbal medicine against COVID-19

- Hamish Ganga, a US-based African health care entrepreneur has started working on a herbal product that could be helpful

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Hamish Ganga, a US-based African health care entrepreneur says he has started working on bringing to the United States of America a herbal concoction that has been helping thousands of Africans on the continent. gathered that Hamish recently launched Anoroc (which is simply Corona read the other way around) and has already sold over a thousand bottles and gathered over 50 impressive testimonials from customers who have seen great results.

Among them, those living with Lupus, bowel diseases, fibromyalgia, Scoliosis, Reumathoid Arthritis, and even COVID-19.

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African man launches anti Covid-19, anti inflammatory herbal supplement
Ganga is also a well-known fitness expert. Photo credit: @businessinsider
Source: Twitter

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Back in June, researchers from Germany released data from laboratory tests showing that extracts of the Artemisia plants are active against the virus causing COVID-19.

In August, the scientists at the University of Kentucky confirmed the findings from the German researchers and started clinical trials on Covid patients and sweet wormwood (Artemisia).

Hamish said:

“Back in April when everyone was freaking out about Covid, I decided to look for a solution. I saw that the president of Madagascar was promoting Covid Organics so I started paying attention and saw that in the Congo they had a similar concoction that was helping many people when my own brother caught covid and was treated with the herbal tea I became an instant believer.
“So right away, I started working on importing the plants and manufacture a product that would be available to the diaspora.

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“I'm just glad that now the western scientists are confirming what Africans had been saying since the pandemic started.
“Hopefully, this brings people back to the holistic way just like our ancestors used to treat themselves. Nitu Wellness is now helping many people and is doing it the natural way.”

Meanwhile, a recent report indicates that a coronavirus vaccine being developed in the UK to fight against COVID-19 has proved to be effective.

According to the report, Oxford University and AstraZeneca announced their vaccine can prevent 70.4% of people from getting coronavirus.

Data released by the company also shows that the coronavirus vaccine is 90% effective if a lower dose is used and there are early indications it might also help stop the spread of the deadly virus.

The manufacturer went on to note that the jab is effective in preventing many people from getting sick.

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