Everything in life has rules. There are the rules of the road. There are rules for your household. There are even rules for a website like the SlotoCash casino website.
But there are three areas where nobody should EVER just “take your word for it”, and that is in the area of health, medical procedures, and medicines. It does not matter if the medicines come from chemical formulas that come from a laboratory, or if the medicines come from herbal tea concoction. They both still need to go through the same rigorous medical procedures before anybody should seriously consider them a viable cure for any illness, virus, bacterial infection, or whatever.
If Madagascar wants to be taken seriously with their Tambavy Covid-Organics (or similar products under different names), then Madagascar needs to be willing to go through the same scrutiny as any other drug or combination of drugs that has been presented to the FDA for approval for the treatment of the coronavirus / COVID-19. If Madagascar wants the world to accept their “cure”, then Madagascar has to be willing to follow the same FDA procedures as any drug is being presented to the world as a possible COVID-19 cure.
If Madagascar is unwilling to do that, the question then becomes why? Is the product a fraud? Is the product a scam? Or worse will the product actually kill people?
List of all Clinical Trials for Coronavirus Around the World
Every single clinical trial that is going on around the world is listed on the website ClinicalTrails.gov. This includes both privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world.
Not all of these clinical trials have been approved by the FDA. “The safety and scientific validity of a study listed on ClinicalTrials.gov is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.”
Testing of the drug in non-human subjects to gather efficacy, toxicity, and pharmacokinetic information. This would include even herbal teas when trying to claim they “cure” a disease, virus, bacterial infection, or whatever.
Phase 0 Clinical Trial
Pharmacokinetics, particularly, or bioavailability and half-life of the drug (or herbal tea concoction).
10 participants -- sometimes skipped for phase 1.
Phase 1 Clinical Trial
Testing of the drug (or herbal tea concoction) on healthy volunteers for safety. Involves testing multiple doses. Determines whether the drug is safe for efficacy.
20 - 100 normal healthy volunteers.
Phase 2 Clinical Trial
Testing of the drug on patients to assess efficacy and side effects. Determines whether drug can have any efficacy. At this point the drug is not presumed to have any therapeutic effect whatsoever.
100 - 300 patients with a specific disease.
Phase 3 Clinical Trial
Testing of the drug on patients to assess efficacy, effectiveness, and safety. Determines a drug’s therapeutic effect, at this point, the drug is presumed to have some effect.
300 - 3,0000 patients with a specific disease
Phase 4 Clinical Trial
Postmarketing surveillance. Watching drug use in public. Watch drug’s long term effects.
Anyone seeking treatment from their physician.
“A fool and his money are soon parted.”
Those are words to live by with anybody claiming to have a “cure” for the coronavirus, but is unwilling to formally go through the full and complete 3 phases of a formal clinical trial. Are you really going to put your life on the line for some fast-talking salesman who is unwilling to back up his product by formally proving or disproving his “cure”?
I know that I wouldn’t, and neither should anybody who values their life and the life of their loved ones.
The most important thing with the treatment of coronavirus is that it has to be given early, at the first signs of tightness in the chest or trouble breathing. That is when currently proven treatments for the coronavirus have to be given in order to be most effective. Wasting time trying this tea, when there is no scientific evidence that it does what the salesman claims it does can literally mean the difference between life and death.
Your life is too valuable to waste on some slick-talking salesperson who is unwilling to follow FDA procedures and put the product through formal clinical trials.