Green tea Camellia sinensis has no antimalarial properties.No paper can be found in the scientific literature documenting such a property. And the studies of Mutaz Akkawi have shown that green tea does not inhibit hemozoin like Artemisia annua or afra or sieberi do.
A possible answer can be found in this Czech paper.
Diana Chrpová, Lenka Kouřimsk , Michael Harry Gordon, Antioxidant Activity of Selected Phenols and Herbs Used in Diets for Medical Conditions. Czech J. Food Sci. Vol. 28, 2010, No. 4: 317–325
In 2001 WHO posted a statement on their home page, without signatures, without references: « Due to the instability of artemisinin in raw materials of Artemisia annua L, the leaves need to be stored in cool conditions — preferably below 20°C. Most malaria endemic countries have warm climates and people generally lack access to refrigeration, so it is difficult for patients to keep artemisinin-containing tea bags under 20°C in their homes” A statement not substantiated by scientific papers. Cui bono?
Our associations immediately gathered available data which prove the contrary
1st Malaria World Congress: Daily updates
“Australia is deeply committed to eliminating malaria once and for all and the people in this room can help us achieve this goal,” said Hon Julie Bishop MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs. “Diseases like malaria know no borders and health security is a global challenge. We need to operate transnationally.”
“It takes vision from our leaders to project themselves into the future and determine what resources are required to keep the momentum towards elimination” - Dr Jimmie Rodgers
“To end malaria there is need for vision, commitment and people to lead that vision as seen when the first person landed on the moon.” - Sir Richard Feachem
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“To end malaria there
is need for vision,
people to lead that
vision as seen when
the first person landed
on the moon.”
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San José / Geneva, 11 June 2018 – The World Health Organization (WHO) today certified Paraguay as having eliminated malaria, the first country in the Americas to be granted this status since Cuba in 1973.
Executive Director of the Global Fund, we're excited to welcome Peter to Melbourne to speak at the 1st Malaria World Congress.
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Ostracized for many years by Bigpharma-WHO-Gates, Artemisia and its incredible healing power now becomes a scoop.
See attachments : Le Monde, Jeune Afrique, Le Petit Journal, Sciences&Avenir
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Dr. Kenneth Staley has just been appointed as the new head of the US Presidential Malaria Initiative, succeeding Tim Ziemer who led the PMI for so many years. This is probably the most important position in global malaria control, and we wish Dr. Staley all the best.
Given that the drop in malaria prevalence in Nigeria has been very modest in the last 5 years, it would be wise to take another look at the methods being used - which unfortunately are ephemeral (indoor sprays, bednets and drugs) and must be repeated every year. The lack of emphasis on permanent measures, such as Larval Source Management, is a key to the problem. With the ephemeral methods, because the national budget for malaria control can only increase slowly, thus the program will only increase slowly.
Recently I published "Increased economic productivity after suppressing malaria transmission in 14 African countries" in the ejournal African Policy Journal, 2014 v9 Apr. This is a new journal run by students at Harvard Graduate School of Govt, and does not get picked up by the normal search engines, so I urge you to go to their website at African Policy Journal for their current articles.
I visited the largest malaria conference on the African continent. More than 2.000 malaria professionals gathered in Dakar for the 7th Multilateral Initiative on Malaria Conference. Every day started with a plenary session presented by 2 keynote speakers: 12 keynote addresses by 12 renowned scientists. But... only 2 were African.
April 20th - Plenary session 6
The plenary speakers were introduced by Professor Oumar Gaye from the University Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal, and President of the MIM Organising Committee.
Presentation: When will we have a Licenced malaria vaccine?