Source: Ben LARYEA
Diagnostic Herbal Clinic (DHC) has introduced yet another immune booster product named “Thorntina-74 mixture” at a colourful ceremony in Accra.
The 300mls product is a herbal based immune booster prepared with ingredients such as spondias mombin, tetrapleura moringa oleifera to boost the general wellbeing of consumers.
Speaking at the product launch in Accra, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Diagnostic Herbal Clinic, Mr. Yaw Owusu Gyepong said the citizenry health is paramount and very essential in every human endeavour.
According to him, traditional herbs are gaining ground in the healthcare delivery system in the country as well as abroad as herbal practitioners have brought their products and services to the door step of the public.
He hinted that traditional and herbal products have made significant strides and have impacted positively on the health of people across the world particularly in Ghana and commended government for supporting herbal research and production in the country’s institution of higher learning especially Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
“KNUST have spearheaded the value of traditional medicine and have served as an alternative against orthodox medicine”, he stated.
In an address, Dr. Ken Agbodza of the Ghana Standard Authority said the product have all the required health benefits and have been duly certified for the Food and Drug Authority (FDA) to endorse for the Ghanaian market.
He said the Authority have proved the efficacy of the mixture and urged all to patronize the product to enhance their health and their general wellbeing.
The Ag. Executive Director of the Centre for Plant Medicine Research (CPMR), Dr. Kofi Bobi Boamah said his outfit have produced plant medicine through research therefore people from all walks of life have visited the centre and have their health challenges addressed.
He said the centre have done extensive research into herbal medicine as a remedy to help the treatment of COVID-19 and will soon be on the Ghanaian market when final preparations are put together.
According to him, there must be a collective effort by all stakeholders in the herbal medicine space for effective healing and cure of patients of all kinds of ailments across the country.
He however called on Ghanaians to attend to their health needs and urged them to have confidence in herbal medicine especially the Thorntina-74 mixture to boost their immune system.