Combination of “Team Soda + Lipton + Tom Tom” for treating malaria; HOW SAFE IS IT?
Team Soda + Lipton + Tom Tom
Questions arising from this “Team Soda + Lipton + Tom Tom”:
- Who invented it?
- What is the result of the combination?
- Has any scientific assessment been done on it?
- How are we sure it is safe for consumption?
- A lot of people taking it confess that it is good for malaria; do you know its long term effect?
- We believe it is good for malaria, did you run a malaria test before taking it? And after taking it did you go for confirmation that the malaria has been cleared?
This combination to me looks awkward, especially the addition of Tom Tom.
If my assessment is wrong, I am open to constructive criticism.
A friend recommended it to be, but since am not a fans of herbal concoction I was so skeptical about t it.
The issue now is this; a lot of people are taking it, and it is our duty to protect them.
Each of the content is a chemical combination on its own; ranging from Team soda, Lipton tea, to the Tom Tom.
Questions we should ask from this “Team Soda + Lipton + Tom Tom”:
- Has there been an analysis of the active ingredients of tom tom in combination with other component of the concoction?
I know the chemical makeup of Team soda and Lipton should be on the body of the product; but that does not give us a bigger picture of the substances in combination.
This complex combination may give temporary relief to malaria, how about its long term effect. Has it be elucidated?
It is needful that we consider what we take into our system. It is said “Health is wealth”, but the health should be sought for in the right way and from a well known and understood source.
We should not jump unto everything that is presented before us. Let us be CAUTIOUS.
Our scientist should help us on this. A research should be carried out on this subject matter, and the result published so that we can be educated.
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