There was this sad case of a diabetic man who usually patronized a herbal concoction vendor on a regular basis. He must have been referred there by someone possibly more ignorant than himself or had heard the hyped out marketing of the vendor himself.
Anyway, he chose to opt for the concoctions instead of conventional diabetes treatment - which have been seeing people of all races through diabetes management for ages.
Long story short…
On this fateful day after spending a pretty good time at his favorite herbal, joint drinking glass after glass of alcohol mixed drink. He felt it was about time he left for home at which point he got into his car, started the engine and made to drive off. He had not gone beyond the gate of the premises when he collapsed on his steering wheel and took his last breath.
The tragic nature of the incident triggered an inquest, and it was discovered that this herbal vendor mixed the drinks with conventional diabetes medicine Daonil in very high doses. Daonil is a long acting hypoglycemic tablet (reduces blood sugar) that could drop your blood glucose level to dangerous levels if not monitored. The victim didn't stand a chance as Daonil is a very powerful drug.
Goes to show the extent people will go to be fraudulent, and that's exactly what a lot of quacks do. Tweak their products with ingredients that are poisons in high doses. Either to give it a distinctive taste that will make you come back for more or stir up a feeling within you that screams it's working - like adding a laxative to “malaria medicine” to make you purge and shit your intestines out.
Should you ever go back complaining of the stools, they’ll reply with confidence, oh, you are stooling out the parasites - which means the medicine is effective. The question to ask is does one stool out malaria parasites? Why would they do a thing like that? Mix their products with conventional medicines which they portray as inferior to their own products which are the actual fakes.