The Chief Executive Officer of Asetenapa herbal life Dr. Benson urges all Ghanaians to help drive the deadly malaria sickness away by sticking to the very simple regulation by being descent and living in a serene environment.
Dr. Benson took the opportunity to advice his fellow herbal doctors to keep their factories and hospital environment very tidy and clean to attract customers and bring some form of decency in the herbal medical practice in the country.
This was made known when?The Moment?Newspaper visited the Tema base Asetenapa herbal life belonging to Dr. Benson Owusu a renewed man of God who believes in prayers to heal the spirit from sickness and the medicine to heal the flesh.
He said, based on observations, he believes that curing a sickness has very little to do with the flesh but the spirit, so one sick person has to seek prayers and also attend a hospital at the same time and this two service is currently being rendered at Asetenapa.
He disagrees with the speculations that herbal medicines and clinics don?t offer any help as compared to the orthodox clinics. He said the orthodox clinics serves as a first point of call to emergency cases whiles the herbal clinics would take their time to subject the body to series of chick ups to ascertain the cause of your ailment and prescribe the exact dosage for your ailment.
He called on his fellow herbal doctors to make it a point to assigned personal hygiene supervisor at all centers to help check decency in the herbal clinics and hospitals springing up daily in the nation.
Dr. Benson said he his aiming at opening branches all over the country. He said he was very optimistic that the hospital will grow in a short while looking at the pace of speed they keep moving from time to time with rapid customer demands.
Currently the hospital treats all sought of ailments ?from typhoid to sexual weakness, Diahoea, Gonorrhea, Hypertension, Infertility, hypetension,sexual weakness, kidney diseases, menstrual disorders, stroke, low sperm count, sperm track blockage Anemia and other commutable disease.