LUTH Professor Describes How "Ewedu" Can Prevent and Cure Ebola



According to Professor Adebukola Ositelu, a consultant at the Lagos University Hospital (LUTH), Long-Fruited vegetable (Ewedu in local dialect), is capable of preventing and curing the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) by boosting the immune system, Sun News says.

Ositelu, who is a professor of ‎Ophthalmology at the University of Lagos, Akoka (UNILAG), said to administer the ‘treatment’, the Ewedu should be rinsed thoroughly with liquid vinegar “blend and cook with drinkable water, without adding salt or kaun (pottash) or any other ingredients; then take a 25cl or half a tumbler measure once a week, first thing in the morning before any meal” for prevention, adding that those already infected should take it every morning for seven to five days.

According to her, the vegetable had a high potency to boost the immune system such that it’s usage would prevent an individual from being infected with Ebola, or get rid of the virus in the case of an infected person.

She said chances of being cured when a victim has gotten to the stage of vomiting was low, but could still be administered.

Ositelu stated this at the annual African Traditional Medicine Day organised by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) yesterday at Ikeja, Lagos.

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