It has been confirmed that an herbal medicine “Koankro” is capable of curing HIV/AIDS. This was revealed during a clinical analysis conducted by the Biochemistry and Biotechnology department of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Koankro is an herbal mixture prepared by Mr.Kamara Agyapong, the Director of Peace Herbal Clinic at Ejisu in Ashanthi. Trial tests were conducted on HIV positive patients, who were put on the herbal preparations for two years. The tests that were conducted on completion of two years revealed these patients to be HIV negative for both HIV1 and 2 viruses.
The results that were released, revealed that both male patients aged 39 and 35, now have no HIV virus in their blood cells. This negative status of the patients was further confirmed by tests results from KATH (Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital) and Medilab, which is a private laboratory at Kumasi.
The team of researchers at KNUST had earlier confirmed the efficacy of the preparation in management of AIDS, and were conducting trials on the potency of Koankro, since then. After three weeks of treatment, the team found considerable improvement in the blood counts, haemoglobin content and the weight of the victims.
These results prompted Agyapong to undertake further research, and he came out with sixteen additional preparations, which were administered to these patients at various levels of treatment.
Already, about twenty patients are currently undergoing various stages of treatment with Agyapong, who agreed that the good indication of the test results has prompted him to carry on with further research on the treatment of this disease.