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In addition, subjects on the honey and Nigella sativa (HNS) treatment achieved a negative PCR test – used to diagnose Covid-19 – about four days earlier than subjects without the treatment.

According to the researchers, this is the first such trial studying a combination of HNS in Covid-19 patients.

So, wesearched for clinical trials published regarding proven efficacy of any drug against COVID-19 but unfortunately, we identified no drug proven effective against COVID-19.

The paper is published on the preprint server, medRxiv and has not yet been peer-reviewed yet.

These researchers are working with the University of Kentucky and were conducting human clinical trials in Mexico.

There's no evidence so far that this plant can combat Covid-19.

"We know that over time the [malaria] parasite will start to resist, but this time [period] needs to be as long as possible," says Jean-Baptiste Nikiema of the WHO.

Where does the plant come from?

There are a number of countries in south-east Asia where this resistance has already been observed.

Artemisinin-based combination therapies – known for short as ACTs – are recommended by the WHO against malaria, especially those types now resistant to chloroquine, which is one of the main drug treatments for the disease.

What is the WHO saying about artemisia?

The African island nation attracted a lot of attention last year when it announced it was promoting a drink containing artemisia plant extracts to combat coronavirus.

German and Danish scientists have been testing extracts from artemisia annua plants, which they said showed some effectiveness against the new coronavirus in a laboratory setting.

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