The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has cautioned Nigerians against extreme utilization of onions and garlic with the end goal of restoring Coronavirus infection.
Prof Moji Adeyeye, NAFDAC Director-General, gave the admonition in an articulation delivered by the office’s inhabitant Media Consultant, Mr Olusayo Akintola, on Sunday, NAN reports.
Adeyeye likewise said the organization was at this point to support any home grown medication for the treatment of COVID-19 on the grounds that no single medication has been found to fix the infection.
He said therapeutic items accessible now could just assist with facilitating side effects and up the chances of survival.
She cautioned Nigerian analysts and other natural medication specialists to stop from strutting unconfirmed medication for the virus.
The NAFDAC supervisor further uncovered that any item without the office’s endorsement for the fix of COVID-19 is invalid and void, adding that such a demonstration was an infringement of the public administrative specialists and a penetrate of protocols.
“If you eat a lot of your breath will smell and no one will need to remain by you.
“If it’s anything but recorded, it can’t be perceived by NAFDAC for COVID – 19. They work on our cells to keep individuals better, however not to fix COVID – 19.
“They assist our body with working better. There is no remedy for COVID – 19 yet.
“If you eat garlic and onion and you don’t utilize a face cover you will get COVID – 19.
“University of Jos said that there was home grown medication, regardless of whether it is tea or whatever, that can fix the virus.
”We sent a letter to caution them that they can’t guarantee something except if it has gone through our posting process.
“They were attempting to offer it to their staff. That is our very own infringement administrative policies.
“Nobody should say that this one can fix either without going through NAFDAC posting measure, the investigation into home grown medication by the scholarly world is ordinary, “Adeyeye said.
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