The prominent Afghan herbalist Hakim Muhammad Alkozai claimed that his homemade herbal medicine is also effective against the omicron variant of COVID-19 and challenged the world to examine the medicine.
Speaking to journalists in Kabul on Monday, December 27 Alkozai said that the rapid rise in positive cases around the world and particularly in Afghanistan made him restart the distribution of his medicine.
Hakim Muhammad Alkozai said that he has so far given the medicines to 14 million people in Afghanistan and no one has so far suffered from any kind of side effects.
“I want the ministry of public health of Afghanistan, WHO, and all laboratories to investigate and examine my medicine, I am ready to claim responsibility for any kind of adverse effect of the medicine.” Said Alkozai.
He added to be ready to give his medicine to 1,000 COVID-19 patients live on TV and will claim responsibility if five among them do not recover.
Hakim Muhammad Alkozai has made specific drops from 11 different types of herbs that have 100 percent efficacy against any poisonous disease including the omicron variant of COVID-19.
Though no patient has so far complained about the negative effects of the medicine, the previous Afghan government has banned the medicine and the herbalist then chose to hide.
He now asks the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan to give him chance and arrange a conference where he will answer any kind of question about medicine.
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