COVID-19: PharmSaG – Wa Polytechnic Declares Alternatives as Possible Cure for Coronavirus

Wa MCE with Staff at the Forecourt of Wa Polytechnic

A tertiary institution within the upper West of Ghana has released a possible cure to the world’s Deadly virus, Coronavirus.

Ghana has recorded its eleventh case in two weeks and as a result the Government of Ghana has been compelled to suspend all public gatherings involving more than 25 people.

Wa Polytechnic’s Pharmacy Technology Students have discovered a simple and affordable way to make the system immune to Coronavirus.

Some Research Students called for Ghanaians and the world at large to make good use of Boiled Neem Tree leaves mixed with cashew leaves as a product to treat the condition.

They also recommended its intake as a resistant product.


They however didn’t recommend the product for persons with Blood type A+, A- Because of the level of Acidity in the cashew component. The Department added that persons with AB blood type can take it because of the B component mixed in their blood as the B will resist any reactant in the Acidity base in it.

People with A+

People with A+ Blood constitute 36% of the World population it means we have to be cautious, they can only take the Neem leaves boiled and extracted in liquid form.


Azadirachta indica

Neem leaf is used for leprosy, eye disorders, bloody nose, intestinal worms, stomach upset, loss of appetite, skin ulcers, diseases of the heart and blood vessels (cardiovascular disease), fever, diabetes, gum disease (gingivitis), and liver problems. The leaf is also used for birth control and to cause abortions.
Neem oil and neem bark are LIKELY UNSAFE when taken by mouth during pregnancy. They can cause a miscarriage.

Wa Polytechnic is Located in Upper West of Ghana

Filed By: Research Students – Pharmacy Department/Wa Polytechnic/

6 thoughts on “COVID-19: PharmSaG – Wa Polytechnic Declares Alternatives as Possible Cure for Coronavirus

  1. They have done a better job in their capacity as research students of Wa Polytechnic Pharmacy Department Students.
    I as a past student of the said department, I don’t doubt their effort and I will encourage the department to continue the better works in the field of Quality Pharmaceutical services to society at large.
    Wa Polytechnic indeed a sound academic institution.


  2. Mtcheeeeww!!! Useless article. What’s the mode of preparation, dosage etc. We need real solutions to this pandemic not every piece of garbage being thrown into the mix!!!


  3. logical immune-boosting step. does this also take care of the host transmitting after the body immune system has found a way to live with virus? otherwise, my belief is we just created superspreaders who don’t show symptoms.


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