The Chinese adopt herbal medicine to fight the new Corona wave

The Chinese adopt herbal medicine to fight the new Corona wave
The Chinese adopt herbal medicine to fight the new Corona wave
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Traditional medicines are the only way, especially with the great shortage of painkillers and antibiotics in most of the country’s pharmacies.

Yu Li, a traditional Chinese medicine specialist, said: “I had symptoms of a fever, and I brewed a potion of herbal tea for myself. I was suffering from a high temperature of forty degrees Celsius, I sweated heavily, and after drinking natural tea, I have not had a fever since then.”

According to herbal experts, traditional Chinese medicine has been used for thousands of years to treat all kinds of diseases, but it is not effective in treating the actual disease, and there is little data reviewed by scientists to support the claims of the effectiveness of this medicine.

Li added, “When I was thirty years old, I met a friend who was an expert in traditional Chinese medicine, and he was teaching me the knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine. Since then, I found the medicine very effective after trying several times, so I began to recognize it and studied it myself.”

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He continued: “Covid 19 is no exception. I have always used herbal teas to treat colds. From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, the symptoms of Covid are caused by cold factors and my body showed that too, so I used warm medicines to treat them.”

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In turn, a spokesman for the National Health Committee, Mi Feng, said: “Since the outbreak of Corona, China has always adhered to a combination of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine in treatment at all levels. cure, reduce the rate of severe illness and death, and promote early recovery for patients.”

According to experts, the Chinese are very keen to benefit from the effectiveness of herbs to treat Covid-19, as they believe.

It is considered by some residents as an aid in preventing infection, protecting people’s health, and preventing serious injuries.

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