Published on June 20th, 20150
Wonder drug developed in North Korea? Officials in Pyongyang say it can cure AIDS, Ebola, SARS and MERS
North Korea has agreed to create a wonder drug, from ginseng, which can cure many diseases, such as AIDS, Ebola, Sars or MERS. The regime in Pyongyang did not, however, evidence to support the efficacy of the new drug is raising doubts about the veracity of the announcement, informs Daily Mail.
The information was provided by the North Korean News Agency (KCNA), which keeps abreast of world events in the country, mostly related to working visits of leader Kim Jong-un.
The Agency argues that the cure was created by the pharmaceutical company Pugang. Dr. Jon Sung Hun, director, explained that the researchers “have introduced critical minerals via ginseng crop fertilization.” “The plant interacted with critical minerals producing complex compounds like sugars,” says the doctor. The serum was created based on these compounds.
“The serum is a powerful immune stimulator that has been proven to prevent various epidemics. Viral infections like SARS, Ebola and MERS are related to the immune system so that it can be easily treated with serum Kumdang-2.”
The serum is available outside North Korea via a distributor in Moscow.
North Korea has banned foreign tourists for half a year practicing the most severe checked for Ebola, despite no reports of flu cases in the country.
According to the World Health Organization, the country is struggling to combat tuberculosis and respiratory infections, the most common causes of death in North Korea.
The miracle drug has been announced by the regime in Pyongyang after the outbreaks of avian influenza in 2006 and 2013.
The discovery comes as the North Koreans in South Korea faces an epidemic that has already killed dozens of people by the MERS virus. The disease was detected in more than 160 people since last month, and there is no vaccine yet to combat it.