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Patronise Locally Made Medicine To Reduce Many Diseases In The Country – Dr Amagashie Tell Ghanaians.

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The Chief Executive Officer of Amagashie Herbal and Spiritual Clinic, Apostle Dr Samuel Amagashie has urged Ghanaians to patronized our traditional herbal medicine to help to reduce many diseases in Ghana.

 

According to a Medical Practitioner Doctor Amagshie, traditional medication cures disease faster than orthodox medicine and even orthodox medicine can not cure many diseases but rather prevent the disease.

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Reviewing to media, after he was awarded as the 2022 Overall Best Herbal And Spiritual Clinic OF The Year, he said, Ghanaians should not be of the need not be oblivious of to purchase our traditional herbal medicines to help to encourage other people in the herbal industry in the country.

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He added that, it will also help to reduce the unemployment rate and also help Ghanaian economy to grow.

He therefore appealing I to the government of Ghana to help the herbal industry to develop in the country.

 

 

 

 

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