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Quincy Takes Nigeria to World Stage, Speaks at Global Health Summit


It will be a convergence of biggest professionals at the global state in India, on August 17th and 18th when renowned Traditional Medicine expert in Nigeria, Dr Mrs Quincy Olasunmbo Ayodele will along with other world experts come together the World Health Organization (WHO) Traditional Medicine Global Summit, co-hosted with the Ministry of Ayush, Government of India.


The celebrity traditional health practitioner, consultant and researcher who is based in Lagos, Nigeria who has secured her place of pride in today’s health business and social big stage both locally and outside the shores of Africa, will once again have the opportunity as one of the Speaker and WHO expert to inspire the world with successful trajectory of traditional medicine in Nigeria vis-a-vis some of the challenges.


The two-day event in Gandhinagar, India; will run simultaneously with the G20 Health Ministerial Meeting of India’s G20 Presidency and it will attract the biggest traditional health practitioner across the world.


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The CEO of Quincy Wellness and Naturopathic Centre will have the opportunity to relish her audience with the salient information among many others that Nigeria has over 8,000 plant species with numerous benefits in ethno-medicine and ethno-pharmacy and it is being used either wholly or in combination with modern drugs.


It is on record that, after practicing African Traditional Medicine for the management of obesity and its associated diseases for over 30 years in Nigeria, she is the first to fully integrate Traditional Medicine into the existing Health care during Covid-19 and is currently managing an Integrated Wellness and Naturopathic facility with diagnostic clinical laboratory together with experienced medical team, combining both traditional and orthodox medicine practices for integrated health care to many Nigerians and globally.


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