Madagascar is currently successful in its quest to dispatch their Covid 19 Organics a “Cure Drug” to some countries despite unproven efficacy.
It is easy to say that Africa is looking for the fastest possible way to eliminate the threat.
A drug was developed by the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research last month.
According to the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research in Madagascar, the herbal remedy is produced from Artemisia, a plant with proven efficacy against malaria, and other indigenous herbs, according to the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research, which developed the beverage.
The plant was first imported into the island nation in the 1970s from China to treat malaria.
“This herbal tea gives results in seven days.”Rajoelina, 45, told journalists and diplomats in April.
It is now marketed in bottles as a herbal tea, while Rajoelina has said clinical trials are under way in Madagascar to produce a form that can be injected into the body.
Countries in Africa touting for the Madagascar Cure Drug
Equatorial Guinea was the first country to take delivery of large quantities of the herbal tonic called Covid-Organics.
The Republic of Congo was the next country after Equatorial Guinea to order for Covid-Organics and delivery was made to Guinea-Bissau as well.
Tanzania also joined in ordering the drug.
“I am communicating with Madagascar, and they have already written a letter saying they have discovered some medicine.”President John Magufuli said on National TV
South Africa has expressed willingness to assist Madagascar to undertake scientific analysis of COVID Organics (CVO), a herbal drink that is said to prevent and cure patients suffering from the novel coronavirus or COVID-19.
Dr Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, the Director General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has said Ghana is ready to make an assessment on ‘Covid-Organics’- the purported COVID-19 cure from Madagascar.
Ghana may disregard the efficacy of the Madagascar cure drug, given health recommendations of the WHO and other credible institutions.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday called for clinical trials of Madagascar’s Covid Organics, a herbal drink that is said to prevent and cure patients suffering from the novel coronavirus or COVID-19.
“We are advising the government of Madagascar to take this product through a clinical trial and we are prepared to collaborate with them,”Matshidiso Moeti, WHO’s regional director for Africa, told a joint media briefing with the WHO and World Economic Forum.
What does recommended Health Services say about the Covid 19 Organics?
Africans deserve to use medicines tested to the same standards as people in the rest of the world.WHO, the United Nations health agency, said in a statement on Monday.
According to the statement, “Even if therapies are derived from traditional practice are natural, establishing their efficacy and safety through rigorous clinical trials is critical.”
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also warned people against using unproven remedies.