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IHP Detox Tea

30 May
National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), yesterday, debunked claim of efficacy of IHP Detox Tea for the cure of COVID-19 patients, purportedly made by the Chief Executive Officer of Bioresources Development and Conservative Programme (BDCP), Prof. Maurice Iwu, in a national daily.
28 Apr
Doctors have, in clinical trials, demonstrated that a blend of three local plants- King of bitters, bitter kola and guava- could be safely used to prevent, treat and ‘cure’ hospitalised COVID-19 patients.

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