- What are the component leaves/herbs/substances in the herbal mixture and in what percentage? I have met many people who say they don’t consume alcoholic beverages but take copious volumes alcohol-based concoctions on a daily basis. They don’t enjoy the so called pleasure derived from alcohol but still suffer the same (if not worse) consequences experienced by chronic alcoholics. There exist numerous green plants whose extracts have proven to be particularly beneficial, therefore, if the chemical composition of an herbal drink cannot be ascertained, at least the names of the constituent leaves/vegetables should be known for obvious reasons.
- What is the dosage of the gbogbonise mixture? Orthodox drugs have gone through various stages of preparation to determine the minimum dose with both properties of efficacy and safety. For an herbal concoction, how many tea spoons, cups or bottles will be considered adequate and nontoxic to adults and even children. Are they to be used 3 times a day for a week, month or a whole year?
- What interaction can this have with other medications? Drugs interact when found in the body together at a particular time. This association can be synergistic, additive or antagonistic. For instance, taking medication that isn’t friendly with the liver in combination with herbs that are particularly hepatotoxic (damage the liver). Some herbs may prevent the utilization (absorption, activation) and elimination (breakdown, excretion) of drugs and vice versa.
- What are the side effects of this herb? I have hardly come across any herbal mixture with its side effects spelt out clearly: All the focus is on the multidimensional therapeutic action. When a medication is taken to treat an ailment and peradventure new symptoms present, how will it be determined whether the source is an adverse effect of the medication or the natural progression of the primary disease.
- Were they prepared under hygienic, if not aseptic conditions? You surely don’t need me to describe to you the unhygienic environment and materials used in the preparation of most of these herbal mixtures. It can actually lead to progression from bad to worse.
If you have payed attention, you will see that I never mentioned that herbal drinks should not be consumed. However, I have seen a far greater deal of people irreversibly damaged by the adverse effects that ensue from chronic (long term) or even short term (for very toxic ones) use of these GBOGBONISE (all action) herbs compared to those who have experienced the slightest of benefits or long standing improvement in health.
It’s up to you.