World’s best ‘doctors’ in Dhaka corners!


Kolikata Herbal Care at Mohammadpur BRTC Bus Stand treats sexual complexities, infertility, fat and skinny problem, bald head, skin probs, cancer, asthma, diabetis (!!!)…without any side affects, at an affordable cost by its mentor Dr Hafez Kwari Md Mahabubur Rahman and his team of registered experts and experienced Hekims.

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They claim themselves 'best in Bangladesh'
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This is the hero -- Dr Mahabub who has inherited this treatment using herbs from his father.

phone: 01716064303
            01977771755
            029115038
email: kolikataherbalcare@gmail.com
wensite: kolikataherbalcarebd.com
fb: facebook.com/kolikataherbalcarebd

What a shot! I’m astonished to see its nonstop advertisement on a video channel run by the cable TV operator — skroll, TV report and profile commercials. The channel has only one client — kolikataherbalcare!

It has achieved 12 Golden Awards (!) in the last 12 years!

Such “doctors” are all around us like mushrooms in Dhaka and elsewhere in the country for years, and increasing in a faster scale.

They all stick posters on buses, walls, tea stalls, public places; distributes small handbills through desparate burqa-laden women on the streets — as if patients of those “complicated diseases” cannot and could not be cured by modern medicine and surgery!

Their target customers are those having personal problems!

And this is why, people in thousands — mainly with sexual problems and old-age complications — are gathering at these quack doctors’ chambers and street vendors (canvassers) every day.

Herbal, Ayurvedik, Hekimi, Kobreji and homeopathic treatment methods were undoubtedly accepted by a major population until the last two decades when allopathic treatment gained hige popularity.

It is December 31, 2012!!! Can’t believe that these quack practices are not stopped immediately.

Another surprise is: the govt has recently given permission to 13 pharmaceutical companies to produce sex enhancers citing that the number of losers is increasing alarmingly!

We need a transparent and visionary policy on this crucial issue…

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