- Somizi has shared his steaming therapy using eucalyptus leaves, boiling water and hot rocks
- He explained the process step-by-step and revealed that he uses the therapy twice a day for 10 to 15 minutes
- His fans took to the comments section to thank Somizi for sharing his therapy with South Africa
Somizi Mhlongo has shared a steaming therapy which he say he uses twice a day. The therapy uses eucalyptus leaves, boiling water and hot rocks.
He shows how to prepare the therapy step-by-step; first, he boils the eucalyptus leaves, then he adds special stones which have been in his oven for over an hour on maximum heat and then takes a towel to trap the steam.
Somizi says he keeps his head under the towel for 10 to fifteen minutes. He captioned the video with the following:
"Doing my part to fight this battle and helping others at the same time.....for more tips pls visit @greenbarbyonicca."
His fans took to the comments section to share their reaction to the video:
"Thank you @somizi for your continuous support since the beginning of the pandemic. I can't wait for us to do breathing exercises to help those who are struggling to breathe."
"Don't forget to stay hydrated guyzins cz steaming makes ur body lose water."
"In all seriousness dear @somizi you are a blessing to mzansi , continue to be you and help to heal us."
Reuters has published an article debunking the theory that steaming therapy kills Covid-19. The World Health Organisation has warned that steam therapy, regardless of the ingredients is not a proven cure for Covid-19 and there were no scientific studies that supported the use of steam therapy to treat the virus.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Afriforum has instructed its legal team to investigate the possibility of taking the government to court over the use of the controversial antiparasitic drug Ivermectin.
Briefly.co.za learned that Ivermectin is currently being used in a number of countries to treat people but in South Africa, the drug is not registered for use on humans.
Barend Uys, Afriforum’s head of research believes that the government was acting irrationally in approving the Covid-19 vaccine which was developed within months while at the same time not allowing patients access to a potentially life-saving drug accord to IOL.
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Concerns over the swiftly produced Covid-19 vaccines have been front and centre after a number of nations kick-started mass campaigns.
Recent reports have indicated that a number of fatalities have been recorded after patients received their first doses.
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