Wonderlife herb to go for clinical trials

FOLLOWING the discovery of a herb that brings relief to people suffering chronic conditions such as HIV, arthritis, stomach ulcers, tuberculosis and cancer by Israel Muzari, the man of the cloth has broken new ground after signing a memorandum of understanding with the Harare Institute of Technology University (HIT).



The institute will now conduct scientific research and clinical trials to establish the veracity of the herb — now dubbed the Wonderlife Herb — discovered by Muzari, a Family of God Church bishop in Australia.

Many sick people have over the years reported significant improvement in their health after taking the herb.

Those living with HIV, in particular, have reportedly witnessed a rapid increase in their CD4 count within a very short space of time, as well as undetectable viral load levels.

One woman who tested HIV positive who was on anti-retroviral treatment decided to take the herb between December 2015 and January 2016.

“On January 27 I developed some lymphadenitis on the inside of my hip joint. It was very painful and I thought that this could be the inevitable health deterioration that is expected of HIV sufferers. When I went for tests, however, the virus could not be detected in my blood,” she said, showing her results from a top Harare laboratory.

According to Muzari this is the fifth reported case of someone having the virus undetectable in their blood since using the herb.

“According to our informal trials so far conducted, we expect a negative test result in more than a year, although it takes as little as a month for a really sick client to be up and about,” said Muzari.

A 28-year-old HIV-positive university student who discovered she was infected when she was three months pregnant and her CD4 count was at 600 started taking the herb alongside cotrimoxazole tablets without her doctor’s knowledge.

“I never told my doctors at Parirenyatwa Hospital that I am taking this herb and for three months I took a capsule a day,” she said, adding that her CD4 count shot up to 1 500.

Margaret Mashonga (56) of Mount Darwin said was completely healed of stomach ulcers in less than two weeks after taking the herbal treatment. She had had the ulcers since 2006.

“I was given a month’s supply of capsules. Ever since that time (February 2015) I have not been sick, not even once. I can now eat foods which I couldn’t eat before,” she said.

Monica Tandiwe Mutyasira (53), a teacher in the Rukweza area of Nyazura, said she tested HIV-positive but she has no reason to hide her identity because she is overjoyed by the effectiveness of the herb.

“I tested HIV positive in 2008. I had become very sick and my CD4 count was found to be 103. I was put on ARVs a month later in July. In December of 2014, more than six years later, my CD4 count had only risen to 314 and kept fluctuating, many times going even lower. I continued to feel sick most of the time. That is when I started on the herb. In less than eight months my CD4 count had shot up to 1 057 and my viral load was undetectable,” she said.

Such positive feedback from patients is what prompted Muzari to start researching more about the herb which he hopes will be officially recognised and used alongside other conventional medicines.

Speaking during the signing of the MoU, HIT Vice-Chancellor Quinton Kanhukamwe said when they were linked to Muzari, they were “extremely excited”.

“We want to welcome you Bishop Muzari, fully aware that you are a missionary sent from high above to bring a solution. Sometimes as engineers we always seek divine intervention and always say give us the wisdom for us to see beyond our own intellect,” he said.

Perkins Muredzi, a dean at the university, said they were grateful to Muzari for engaging the institution in connection with his discovery.

“This is a very noble thing that has happened. It is a revelation and we receive this with open arms as HIT. We are ready to embark on the research project as permitted by the availability of resources. It is important that we play our part in looking at the possible solutions that this invention may bring. Our research will seek to scientifically unpack the Wonderlife Herb and see if it can be of value to the intended beneficiaries as well as to the nation,” Muredzi said.

Muzari, a banker by profession, said he was deeply humbled by this development.

“It is rare to find institutions that appreciate innovations from ‘not so well-educated’ people, which is why I really appreciate what Dr Muredzi and the Vice-Chancellor have done in accepting the challenge of further investigating the potential usefulness of this discovery,” he said.

Six years ago, Muzari was relaxing at his house in Chinhoyi when an idea about these herbs came into his mind in a rather mysterious and peculiar way and he thought of trying it out.

He said he established links with Daniel Monthlanka, a professor in Pharmacognosy at the Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and decided on a collaborative effort subject to approval by the university management.

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  1. Where do we access the Wonder Drug? I would like to give it a try.

    1. Mukanya wa Svosve

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  2. sound like all Internet hoaxes l had come across , claims and more claims. look at the wording: improved, tested negative, drug to be tested in laboratory. why by now the drug or herb isn’t laboratory tested ? This article is paid one and is doing disservice many gullible are going to lose money. No drug or herb can do all those things the owner knows like all those who are doing the same online to milk the sick

  3. Look were the drug is to be tested and sold Zimbabwe !!!!! not Australia were there are better laws to protect the patient and less gullibility. Please spare us the fraud

  4. Look were the drug is to be tested and sold Zimbabwe !!!!! not Australia

  5. Sounds interesting! Why not give it a trial? People are suffering. Am curious to know what engineers HIT want to do with this drug. I thought the University of Zimbabwe, School of Pharmacy was better placed to check it out. But I understand that our universities are not for collaboration but competition. It’s all about money. Anyway I am happy it’s happening in Zimbabwe and pray that the good Bishop’s solution will prove effective.

  6. UZ has a medical college, Nust have a medical college as well as chemical engineering dept. Why then do it at the HIT? This is bogas. By the way does it hev any enlargement benefits coz vanhu are crazy with butt enlargement and Penis enlargement herbs. I wuld rather spend my time researching that coz I will make more money than izvo

  7. We thank God.
    Some are just criticising because they are not critically ill. Instead of taking this God given opportunity lightly, let’s encourage people in need to go for it.
    Do you think it is been produced in Zimbabwe? No way! In USA they are already doing tests. Now it is better to make it benefit locals.

  8. Those who want to access the wonderlife herb and try it get on touch with Makosa on ±363773415448

  9. As one of the herb recipients, how can i get the contatc of the real persons .

    1. Contact me on ±263773415448 and also verify with the author of the story and Bishop/pastor IM Muzari± 61410108832

  10. This is a true story many people have benefited from wonderlife herb including my immediate family. I have been distributing wonder life herb for two years and my clients have great testimonies including my wife and my mother’s sister who had Anthritis. My contact whatssapp and phone is ±263773415448 Makosa M

  11. HIT university has a dept of pharmarcy and it is the one taking up the trials and scientific reseaech

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