IHP Detox Tea Vs Covid 19
The Covid 19 pandemic showed the world that we are highly unprepared for large-scale pandemic events. Countries recorded deaths heading into the millions. To date, countries are still suffering from the post-pandemic problems brought about by covid 19.
Vaccines have been introduced into the covid ecosystem. Booster shots were also introduced, all in a bid to control and curtail the spread of covid 19. Well, what if the cure for treatment for covid didn’t have to be in injectable form. This is the case with IHP Detox tea.
IHP detox tea was developed by the Bioresources Development Group. This company is headed by Professor Maurice Iwu. It was introduced to the public in 2016. According to Professor Iwu, there have been over 140 cases of people who used IHP detox tea and reported conversion from positive to the negative status of covid 19.
Components of IHP detox tea
King Of Bitters (Andrographis paniculata)
This plant is native to Sri Lanka, India, and some parts of Africa. It has been used in traditional medicine for a very long time. It has been used to treat common infections. it possesses immune-boosting properties. Research done in 2017 shows that the king of bitters has antiviral activities when used to treat earlier strains of Ebola and SARS. Some traditional healers have used it to treat sore throat, coughs, etc.
Bitter Kola (Garcinia Kola)
This flowering plant is native to central and western Africa. In Ayurvedic medicine, bitter kola has been used for the treatment of numerous ailments including bronchitis, cold and cough, and influenza.
Guava (Psidium Guava).
The common guava is a green shrub that is native to the Caribbean, Central, and South America. This leaf extract has been used to treat diarrhea, dysentery, etc. it is also used in the treatment of cough and other respiratory tract infections.
According to the guardian.ng, Doctors from the college of medicine, University of Lagos, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi araba, and Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital. They recently concluded clinic trials on IHP detox tea and its effects on patients with Covid 19.
It is about time that Africa should showcase the benefits of traditional medicine to the rest of the world, Doctors involved in the clinical trial showed a blend of 3 local herbs. The herbs are the king of bitters, guava, and bitter kola. it was shown that they could be used to prevent, treat and cure hospitalized covid 19 patients.
Will this new treatment be recognized internationally?
With the foray of multiple vaccines against covid 19 and booster shots for children. Will the recent success in using trado-medical herbs and methods in disease treatment be internationally recognized and accepted?
We all look forward to this as WHO has visited the clinic trials site and is yet to make an official statement on their findings.
Forecast For Traditional Medical Remedies.
IHP Detox tea has taken a major leap when it comes to tradomedical remedies. This only goes to show that with research, more remedies, treatments, and cures could originate from Africa. In recent times, celebrities have even joined in the clamor for more traditional remedies to become more mainstream.
We hope to see more investments, research, and clinical trials conducted to study more of the abundant herbs that abound in Africa. Pharmaceutical companies and universities should partner to further propagate the need for more research into traditional medical remedies.
As we continue to witness the growth and acceptance of African traditional medicine. we also love to see regulations put in place that will help the industry grow and export our remedies to the rest of the world.