(Jamaica Observer) Claims by local medicinal herb practitioner, Carlton Bennett, that herbal remedies can cure COVID-19 and other diseases, have stirred up controversy and caught the attention of several individuals who are eager to test his hypothesis.
Feedback from readers locally and abroad to Bennett’s feature in last Sunday’s Observer revealed stories of people who claimed to have been cured by his remedies, or those who are seeking help with ailments that doctors have failed to cure.
But I believe in herbal medicine and I want to know about what he does and the ailments he can treat, although we still have to be cautiously optimistic,” he said,
Another woman who spoke with the Sunday Observer claimed that she had been cured of HIV/AIDS after using medicinal herb.
Wanting to remain anonymous, the woman said that after two years of not taking the antiretroviral drug administered for the virus, she became pregnant and decided to return to her doctor.
“I believe that the herb is better than the doctor medication that made me feel worse.