Death toll arising from cough-related ailments, especially tuberculosis and asthma, is on the increase, because orthodox or conventional medicine being widely used across the globe to tackle the pandemic has failed to produce adequate result.
Reports have shown that the results achieved from such treatment are relatively slow, especially because cure of the ailments is gradual and takes a long time because the causative agents grow and die slowly. That is why people suffering from the ailments, move from one hospital to the other in pursuit of total cure since the ailments also have recurrence tendency.
But Dr Joe Solomon believes that herbal or alternative medicine has quickest and permanent cure for the deadly diseases. Dr Solomon, who is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Jos-Sud- Integrated Global Limited, Lagos, an alternative medicine and health care outfit, disclosed to Sunday Sun that he had since discovered a special herbal therapy that has the potentiality to cure the ailments totally.
While basking in the euphoria of diverse cough-related cases he had used the therapy to cure, he enthused that since he discovered it, the therapy known as konsio had saved so many lives. He, however, lamented that so many sufferers of the ailments that would have taken advantage of the drug had not even heard about it, stressing that they largely depended on conventional medicines administered on them in hospitals to no avail. He further expressed worries that they continued to run from pillars to posts, in search of solution in futility, while the ailments take toll on their health.
According to him, many of them spend huge amounts of money in orthodox hospitals seeking cure, but fail to get good result. Later, when the ailment recurs, they go back, languishing in their poor health. More painful, Dr Solomon further lamented, is the fact that different global interventions have not yielded much positive result. While explaining the danger of the ailment as a deadly disease, Dr Solomon who is a pastor and General Superintendent of Christ Disciples Central Fellowship, Lagos, recalled that World Health Organisation (WHO) had, in 1993, declared it as a global emergency that needs constant intervention.