Europe is now looking up to Magadascar for artemisia ,the wonder plant used in treating coronavirus patients but President Rajolina of Magadascar has banned the export of the plant.
“From now on, we will no longer export Artemisia. But, we will proceed with the transformation of this plant on our own territory,” he said. The new form of CVO will easily reach other countries in Europe and on other continents, according to Rajoelina.
“I encourage Malagasy farmers to cultivate Artemisia in order to increase our production capacity amounting to 3,000 tons per year. The value in tonnes of Artemisia is $3,000 vs $350 for rice,” Rajoelina said.
Madagascar has donated CVO, which is claimed to cure the COVID-19 to several African countries and distributes the herbal tea free of charge to its citizens.
According to figures compiled by the US-based Johns Hopkins University, Magadascae has The country has confirmed 158 COVID-19 cases so far, with no deaths and 101 recoveries.
But, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned against any self-medication and said that it has not recommended ANY MEDICINE ON EARTH as a cure for the COVID-19, as the West has not produced any yet.
WHO said it supports scientifically-proven traditional medicine.
”WHO welcomes every opportunity to collaborate with countries and researchers to develop new therapies and encourages such collaboration for the development of effective and safe therapies for Africa and the world,” it said in a statement.