AIPJA
NEEM TREE AGAINST MALARIA

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Performed scientific investigation and literature

 

The start of epidemiological research of malaria in Gambia

During the period 2007 up to and including 2009 a research program was carried out in the villages of Koli Kunda, Galloya and Fattatenda, the focal points being the rain period between June to September. Some 95% of all malaria cases manifest themselves during this period. These villages can all be found in the Upper River Division in Gambia. AIPJA is the name of the natural ingredient that has been used preventively within this research programme. AIPJA is a combination of the extract of the leaves of the neem tree, lemon juice and water. AIPJA is administered orally.

Report: Epidemiological research of malaria in Gambia –ResoCell Foundation (April 2010)

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