Pretoria, South Africa – A South African herbal medicine and herbal medicine business is opening in the capital Pretoria.
The Pretoria International Flower Market and Clinic is expected to be the countrys first herbal medical dispensary.
The clinic is expected by the Ministry of Health to sell herbal medicine in the first six months of next year.
It is also expected to provide a range of herbal treatments, including herbs and botanicals, along with the traditional herbal medicines, such as chinese medicines.
A number of herbal medicine companies are already in the market and are also expanding, with a number of new operators expected to open their doors.
Some of the most successful companies are herbal medicine dispensaries, which are based in the traditional medicinal markets in the South African capital.
One of the new owners is Nairobi-based herbal medicine company Nairobos Natural Health and the others are the traditional traditional herbal medicine businesses.
They have been operating in Pretria since 2014.
In 2018, the country recorded the highest number of deaths from preventable causes in the world, with 17,874.
This was the highest ever in the past 30 years, according to the WHO.
According to the National Health Mission, the number of people with HIV, tuberculosis, malaria and other infectious diseases in South Africa has reached 3.9 million.
South Africa is one of the worlds poorest countries.
“We are excited about the launch of this new business and the potential of the South Africa herbal medicine market to offer an affordable and convenient source of medical care for people who need it,” said Dr. Zunera Tlilu, chairman of the Pretoria Clinic.
The Pretria Clinic will provide a variety of services, including treatment of common medical problems, including coughs, colds, and allergies, as well as alternative medicine for those who do not have access to traditional medicine.