Trado-medicine practitioner seeks FG’s grant, intervention 

To deepen research intervention and complement the medical profession in healthcare, a trado-medical practitioner, Mr. Monday Ojeaga Alugeh, over the weekend sought the support of the federal government with grant.

Alugeh said research is money consuming and attributed lack of access to  grants and government support as the bane of trado-medical practitioners in the country.

Alugeh who is the managing director, Mojeaga International Ventures Ltd, a herbal company, stated this at a press conference and award ceremony to inform the public and medical professionals of its herbal remedy.

He stated that the herbal remedy product, Mojeaga was registered by the National Agency for Food, Drug and NAFDAC in 2011 and had the efficacy for blood boosting powers.

The trado-medicine practitioner said Mojeaga remedy product  is sourced and produced in Edo state, adding, that “it is  is readily available in many health shops nationwide.”

He said a lot need to be done in the trado-medical sector as practitioners are willing to spend to carry out researches on herbal medicine that can address some major ailments.

“The challenge in herbal medicine is that most of the practitioners are not certified and the cost of research is very high. In Mojeaga, we have spent all the resources we have to bring out this product to ensure that it is safe and efficacious.”