This was contained in the statement made by the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD) on Sunday, July 19, 2020.
The agency reported that analysis and research carried out on the two herbal remedy from Madagascar; COVID ORGANICS - Green Pack(GPA) and ORANGE PACK(OPB) has shown that the two herb remedy Cannot alter the normal physiology of Animals and it's not potent as claimed.
The director general of NIPRD, Dr. Obi Adigwe added that the CVO's when administered in maximum dosage can only act as cough-suppressant produced by the centrally acting cough-suppressant, dihydrocodeine.
Dr. Adigwe furthered on; He said, the herb contains Artemisia annua as its major component and other plants component in minute quantity.
The Director added that the plant in question, Artemisia annua has the characteristics feature of the ones grown in NIPRD.
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