A herbal pain-killer for cancer sufferers taking Radiotherapy
Posted Mar 01 2008 12:00am
“It is not a drug. It is like a mouthwash or a healthcare product,” professor M Radhakrishna Pillai, director of the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology told the Hindustan Times. “Gargling it gives the patient immediate relief.” If plans go well, the mouthwash is expected to be sold across medical counters in six months. But the research trio secretively refuse to give away the identity of the herbs, that they said are akin to Grandma.