Author: Ebele Angela Udeoji
E-mail: ebeleudeoji@yahoo.com
Institution: National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)
Author: Ikenna Arthur Amanchukwu
Institution: Renaissance University Ugbawka Enugu state Nigeria
Year of publication: 2021
Source: Show
Pages: 134-151
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/rop2021210
PDF: rop/16/rop1610.pdf

The unrelenting spread of the Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic through all nations of the world has sent medical researchers on a frenzied search for a cure. The island nation of Madagascar, in Africa, surprisingly contributed to this global research effort through its ‘Covid Organics syrup’. Presently, though, the Covid Organics syrup is no longer seriously touted as a viable cure for Covid-19. However, its advancement has thrown up issues relating not only to research and development in itself and in herbal remedies, but also on the ability of herbal development to play a role in ensuring sustainable development. The paper reviews these issues and the potentialities of herbal therapy vis-à-vis the global quest for sustainable development.

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