Some villagers in the eastern Amazon are spurning Brazilian government advice to take the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to keep the novel coronavirus at bay and are drinking tea of jambú, also known as the toothache plant.
Some Amazon villagers eschew drugs for COVID-19, take ‘toothache plant’ herbal tea
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