Publish dateTuesday 26 September 2023 - 11:35
Story Code : 277235
Making a new herbal medicine to prevent cardiac stroke in Afghanistan
A female doctor in the country's capital claims that after 20 years of research, she has been able to prepare herbal medicine for the treatment of blocked heart vessels and stroke. She says that she has treated more than 200 patients with this medicine.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Dr. Golsanam Ahmadzai told the media that after twenty years of research, he was able to prepare herbal medicine for the treatment of coronary artery disease and stroke. He also added that with this medicine, He has treated more than 200 patients so far.
Ms. Ahmadzai requested the cooperation of the Islamic Emirate in increasing and delivering the medicine she made to the patients and said that she did not ask the Emirate to get money, only to identify the medicine I made and deliver it to the patients.
Abdul Rahman, who is over 50 years old, says that after 10 years of struggling with his coronary artery disease, he is now happy that it has been cured.
He says that he came to Afghanistan from Germany for a trip and that his illness was cured by using the Greek medicines of this doctor.
Abdul Rahman said in this regard: "My heart was hurting. It was always very heavy. I had pain on the left side. Within 10 to 12 days, it eased. The pain disappeared and I felt very comfortable."
In the meantime, some other doctors ask the caretaker government to support the achievements of doctors in the country.
Safauddin Safa, the head of one of the private hospitals, said: "The side effects of this herbal medicine that was given to patients is bile, which means that you and I know about medical drugs that if we treat one disease, we will have side effects of another." can find."
Abdul Ghiyath, who was treated, said: "We must support Dr. Sahib for this great scientific achievement. I am grateful to them as a patient who was treated by him."
Based on the statistics of the Ministry of Public Health, 93% of the drugs are imported from Pakistan, Iran, India, Turkey and Bangladesh.
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