MADAGASCAR PRESENTS ARTEMISIA-BASED DRINK
President of Madagascar presents Artemisia tea that claims to be curative
The Malagasy President, Andry Rajoelina, confirms in an interview with our French colleagues from the world audiovisual group, FMM, RFI and France 24, Christophe Boisbouvier and Marc Perelman, that it is a habit in Madagascar that "80% of the population turn to Covid Organics, to be heal".
But President Rajoelina adds that Covid-Organics is evidently a preventive and curative remedy that has worked very well against the coronavirus.
In fact, the Malagasy President also notes, in the interview, that this treatment "is the result of investigations carried out by the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research, which has the status of a regional research center recognized by the African Union.
On the scientific confirmation of the drug, the head of state of Madagascar, insisted on adding that the Institute is a medical and pharmaceutical research center, founded in 1957 by Professor Rakoto Ratsimamanga, who is an eminent figure in African sciences.
The proof that can advance the results of this remedy, which is a tea made in particular with mugwort, is the "cure of the sick, since, in Madagascar, of the 171 positive cases, 105 were cured".
In fact, this is the result of research carried out by the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research, which has the status of Regional Research Center at the African Union.
The cure of our patients is proof that we can provide it today.
Currently in Madagascar we have had 171 cases, including 105 people cured.
Most people infected with the coronavirus were cured. I emphasize the fact that the cured patients took only the Covid Organics product.
Healing was found after 7 days, or even 10 days after ingesting the CVO, also known as Tambavy.
It is a natural remedy, it is neither toxic nor invasive.
It should be noted that this traditional remedy produced in Madagascar has been criticized by the African Union, ECOWAS and WHO Africa, so our colleagues, Christophe Boisbouvier and Marc Perelman, questioned President Rajoelina about these doubts, and he replied not to be concerned because the medicine cures the sick in the country.
Furthermore, this concern exists, since it is "Madagascar, an African country, but the question would not arise if the remedy were being developed in European countries."
Covid Organics, a remedy based on mugwort, is being distributed in ECOWAS countries, namely, Senegal and Guinea Bissau.
Guinean President Umaro Sissoco Embaló ordered Covid Organics to come from Madagascar, a decoction based on traditional medicinal plants, which raises high hopes in Guinea Bissau, which currently has 726 people infected by the coronavirus and 3 deaths from the pandemic.