Cops, Green Scorpions stop booming lengana trade in Limpopo

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The sale of lengana – the medicinal herb that took the world and the country by storm after it was touted as a weapon against Covid-19 – has been banned. Picture: Twitter
The sale of lengana – the medicinal herb that took the world and the country by storm after it was touted as a weapon against Covid-19 – has been banned. Picture: Twitter

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The sale of lengana – the medicinal plant that took the world and the country by storm after it was touted as a weapon against the Covid-19 coronavirus – has been halted.

The police and the Environmental Management Inspectorate – the Green Scorpions – have issued a warning against the sale of the herb.

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