As the world battle the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic, a trado-medicine practitioner, Alhaji Sulaiman Lawal, has said the solution to the pandemic was at hand, stressing that his NAFDAC-approved herbal products have cured over 500 COVID-19 patients both in Nigeria and other parts of the world, he said.
Alhaji Sulaimon said his medicine, “One Stone COVID Herbal Capsule” has the efficacy to cure COVID-19 and other related diseases.
The Ogbomoso-born trado-medicine practitioner said with “One Stone COVID Herbal Capsule”, he has treated over 500 patients across the world.
Apart from COVID-19 drugs, he has also manufactured drugs that could cure asthma, diabetes,tuberculosis, cancer, liver and kidney problems, hypertention, hypotension, among others.
Lawal, who claimed he inherited the knowledge from his father at a tender age, said he was among the herbal traditional practitioners that were contacted by the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Resarch and Development (NIPRID) in Abuja and other government agencies for solutions to some dreaful ailments.
Apart from curing the deadly virus, parts of the capacities of the drug, “One Stone COVID Herbal Capsule”, according to Lawal, include: antioxidant function, immune booster, efficacy to cure and prevent the airborne viruses.
He attributed the spread of the pandemic to the government’s
inability to properly engage and trust the trado-medicine’s efficacy.
He said, “The government has failed to acknowledge the efficacy of trado-medicine in providing adeqaute solutions to the virus and other deadly diaeases. I don’t really blame the governments. It is due to the influx of fake herbal medicine practitioners who are hyping their junks.
“They hype their products in order to feather their own nests. For instance, my products are approved by the National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control.”
While commending the governments for their efforts so far, Lawal, who is the Egbeji of Ogbomoso land, emphasised that he is open to negotiation at the beck and call of the governments, organisations, private entrepreneurs, and individuals to weed off COVID-19.