In a related development, the pharmaceutical company in Nigeria should also ensure that the traditional drugs have expiry dates; this is to prevent the adverse effect that the traditional drugs.
It is no doubt that traditional drugs came from ancient time, thousands of years before the advent of orthodox drugs. It is important to note that in Nigeria and many other African countries, these drugs (traditional) are extracted from plants and animals that we feed on. These form the food chain in our ecosystem. Our ancestors depend on the traditional drugs for treatment of all kinds of ailments without proper prescription and or dosage.
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