The Madagascan Herbal Formula Against Covid-19


Covid-Organics: The Madagascan Herbal Formula Against Covid-19

With the covid-19 murderously rampaging across the whole of Africa and the rest of the world, governments have imposed compulsory lockdown upon citizens. Consequently, the president of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina, has announced a sort of natural home remedy which he claims can prevent and even cure the coronavirus. This ‘home remedy’ is now famously known and referred to as Covid-Organics.

This acclamation caught health experts by surprise. This is because the Coronavirus which has affected over 3.6 million and killed over 250,000 people globally has defied every conceivable cure. 

President Andry Rajoelina who used to be a DJ and who became the youngest national leader in 2009 at the age of 34, announced this organic remedy, Covid-Organics, works and has already cured two persons according to him. 

Rajoelina, who is now 45, in April informed journalists and diplomats that the herbal tea was capable of producing results in just 7 days. 


It is now reported that soldiers move round the country to distribute the herbal mixture to citizens in the island country located in the Indian ocean. Madagascar has reported close to 150 cases but has not recorded any deaths so far. 

What exactly is Covid-Organics?

According to the Madagasy Institute of Applied Research, in combination with other local herbs, the natural remedy which was produced from artemisia which has proven records against malaria. It is now known that the beverage was developed by The institute.

It is also now known that the plant came into the country in the 1970s from China. The plant was imported to help in the treatment of malaria.

For now the mixture is marketed in bottles. But, the president has announced plans to develop injections for the remedy after clinical trials. 

How safe and effective is Covid-Organics?

Following this trend, the World Health Organization( WHO) has warned people to refrain from using unproven and untested so-called natural remedies. 

Noting that the remedy was trying to gain entrance and acceptance in Africa, the World Health Organization insisted that Africans deserve to use the same tested treatments that are applicable in other parts of the world. 

The United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) has also warned people not to resort to unproven so-called natural remedies.

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