The TMPC taskforce has seized traditional medicines and closed don shops for various offenses, the state-run Ghanaian Times reported.
Torgbui Yaka, Registrar of the TMPC, said the council, an agency of the Ministry of Health, was mandated to check medicines sold by the practitioners and their licenses.
He said the taskforce detected expired licenses and sales of both traditional and orthodox medicines.
Yaka urged practitioners operating without licenses to regularize their activities with the council by April 11.
He also appealed to the public to support the TMPC to stamp out quack traditional medicine practitioners.
Denis Klintings, Pubic Relations Officer of the Council, said the health ministry was taking steps to integrate traditional and alternative medicine into a national healthcare delivery system, and called on the public to boycott illegal traditional medicine practices. Endittem