Traditional and herbal medicine need more than belief
Traditional medicine. Source: Stears Business

“Storms make trees take deeper roots.” 

Chances are you will know one person that falls ill and immediately calls her doctor or goes to the hospital for tablets and injections to feel better. On the flip side, there are plenty of those who prefer treatment with natural roots and herbs—traditional style. 

Medical help for this latter category of people are popular and arguably cheaper. In Lagos alone, there are at least 6,000 traditional medicine practitioners licensed by the Lagos State Traditional Medicine Board (LSTMB), an agency under the Lagos State Ministry of Health. 
 

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Gbemisola Alonge

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