The Police have arrested humans for allegedly production herbal medicines alleged to therapy the Coronavirus disorder (COVID-19). The unlawful acticities of the two self-acclaimed medical doctors, Dr Abdellah, the Director of Dr Abdellah Herbal Home and his Research Assistant, Dr Abdul Sarnad Bin Musa, had been uncovered by using investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, in his brand new investigative portions geared toward dropping light on a COVID-19 rip-off stated to be well worth tens of heaps of bucks.
270 cartons of Charme Sparkling non-alcoholic red and white grape juice has been retrieved from the market by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA). These cartons have expired, and were retrieved with the help of the Ghana Police Service after a tip off from a concerned member of the public, according to the Authority
FDA Cautions Against Abuse Of Dexameihasone As Treatment For Covid-19. The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has cautioned the public about the use of Dexameihasone as a drug for the treatment of Covid-19. “Dexamethasone is a corticosteroid medicine that can only be prescribed by a licensed medical practitioner for specific indications and can have some serious side effects". The public is therefore cautioned against the purchase, stocking and use of Dexamethasone or any other corticosteroid medicine unless
After the the announcement of the coronavirus in our country Ghana in March 2020 , there have been many efforts made by various herbal medicine practitioners in our dear country Ghana to find a cure to this deadly various . Individuals and other herbal medicine practitioners presented various samples to the Food and Drugs Board Authority of Ghana since April 2020 but were mostly rejected and others we never heard about them again. But on today, the first day on February the Ghanaian society heard a good news
Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has cautioned manufacturers and Sellers of unregistered body enhancement products to abstain from the illegal act. The Authority’s Chief Executive, Delese Darko, in a statement warned the public to desist from using such products because of the adverse health implications.
The Ghana Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has certified 30 Small Scale/Cottage Food Processors from the Greater Accra Region who have successfully completed a series of intensive training in Good Manufacturing Practices, Effective Product Labelling and Food Safety under its Progressive Licensing Scheme(PLS) program.