COVID syrup to be directed to clinical trials after receiving ethical certificate (Video) If 5 infected cases out of 10000 syrup distributed, the success rate is 99.95% much higher than Western Vaccines
Posted on December 29th, 2020

Courtesy  Sri Lanka News

Indigenous Medicine Promotion, Rural and Ayurvedic Hospitals Development and Community Health State Ministry stated that the syrup manufactured by Dhammika Bandara from Kegalle which allegedly suppresses the coronavirus infection can only be directed to clinical trial after it obtains the ethical certificate. <

Speaking to Hiru News Ministry Secretary Kumari Weerasekara stated that the Ministry is to receive the relevant certificate within the next two days.

The Ethics Committee of the Ministry of Indigenous Medicine Promotion has referred the matter to the Rajarata University for certification.

Since this is a local medicine, steps were taken to register it as a local medicine before the code of ethics, that is after making sure that the syrup does not contain any substances that are harmful to the human body

However, the Secretary further stated that until the Certificate of Ethics is received, it is not possible to refer it to clinical trials for a final decision regarding its recommendation for public use.

However, it was also reported that five people infected with the coronavirus after consuming the said syrup were referred to COVID treatment centres.

A woman in the Othnapitiya, Nelumdeniya has contracted the coronavirus even after consuming this syrup. Her mother has also been hospitalized, and it was yet to be confirmed whether she is infected with the coronavirus.

Meanwhile, Dhammika Bandara of Kegalle says that Western doctors in Sri Lanka are obstructing the medicine he has prepared for COVID patients.

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