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Herbal Doctors Appeals To President Akufo-Addo To Endorse Herbal Medicine

The Universal Plain Medicine and Traditional Hillers Association are appealing to the President of Republic of Ghana,Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to endorse herbal medicine to encourage more Ghanaians patronize it.

Addressing the media by the Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Hepa Plus Mixture who is a member of the Association, Dr Ebenezer Agyemang ,he said with the president’s endorsement, they believed that it will instill more confidence in Ghanaians who are now contemplating either to use herbal medicine or the orthodox ones.

He added that, herbal medicine have come a long way, unlike previously where people had the perception that herbal is more indigenous practice and has little or practitioners who are even coming from the orthodox settings.

Again, just as the president added his voice to the use of Dawadawa,Kontomire and other vegetables during the covid-19 and had ripping positive effect on the economy.

Dr Agyemang also called on the first gentleman of the land to just endorse the use of herbal medicine.

Meanwhile,Dr Issah Nyamekye who is the vice president of the Association also added that, Ghana is fortunate to have started offering degree programmes in herbal medicine and as pioneers of adding science and evidence based herbal medicine not only in West Africa but the whole of Africa,it will be suicidal if we sit down, watch herbal medicine move at a tortoise pace and create more employment is Ghanaians society.

Story By: Michael Debra-Agyenkwa fm

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