APATZINGÁN, Mich., February 23, 2021.- The State Government, through the Directorate for Combating Poverty of the Secretariat for Social and Human Development (Sedesoh), led by Verónica Castellanos Mendoza, and in coordination with the regional project leaders, implemented medicine and herbal workshops for the benefit of the inhabitants of Apatzingán.
According to a press release, Also, talks were offered regarding his health, in the context of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Workshops were held at the Benito Juárez Library, given by Emilia Alejo Simón, a traditional doctor and herbalist teacher from the Purépecha Plateau.
The expert instructed the participants in the preparation of homemade health products, such as cirián and citrus syrups, as well as a universal Purepecha ointment, which help prevent respiratory diseases and strengthen defenses, with anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, decongestant and anti-anxiety properties .
In the workshops, 70 people, including women, men, girls, boys and the elderly, were instructed under the strictest care, respecting health and sanitation regulations to prevent the spread of the virus.
Traditional medicine and herbalism are closely linked with the environment, through the use of plants that reproduce naturally in the different ecosystems of the entity and that sometimes we have in our own home, offering benefits to the human being.