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Paxherbal and FIIRO Explore Co-operation Possibilities On November 25, director of Paxherbals Fr. Anselm Adodo paid an official visit to the Director-General of Federal Institute of Industrial Research, Oshodi (FIIRO) to discuss research collaboration. During her welcome address, Dr. (Mrs.) Gloria Elemo, expressed the excitement of FIRRO to work with Paxherbals. The warmth, friendliness, and accolades that characterised the meeting can literally be described as the meeting of two admirers coming together...
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Paxherbal Trains University Students In Herbal Research  As part of its contribution to the development of herbal medicine research in Nigeria, Paxherbals have been training hundreds of university students from different Nigerian universities and polytechnics in various disciples of the natural sciences such as biochemistry, botany, microbiology, pharmacy, pharmacognosy, laboratory science and others. Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) The Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme is a federal government program that aims to...
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    Tony says #
    Great job! May God continue to bless you
Ewu Development and Educational Multi-Purpose Co-operative Society (EDEMCS) History was made on the 21st of February 2015 when the monks of Ewu started a journey together with the people of Ewu community that will give many the opportunity to empower themselves. The result was the setup of a Development and Education  Multi-Purpose co-operative society. A promise Fulfilled St. Benedict Monastery initiated the Ewu Development and Educational Multi-Purpose Co-operative Society (EDEMCS) as a fulfillment of...
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Director, Paxherbals Rev. Fr. Anselm Adodo and Vice Chancellor of the University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT), Prof. Joseph Ajienka
History was made on May 15, 2012 when the Vice Chancellor of the University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT), Prof. Joseph Ajienka, on behalf of the University, and Rev. Fr. Anselm Adodo, Director of Pax Herbal Clinic & Research Laboratories (Paxherbals), representing the Paxherbal establishment, signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at collaborating in research activities towards the development of African Herbal Medicine and Alternative Therapies. The Vice-Chancellor...
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    tarbo zaki says #
    Interested in natural medicine and nutrition..... Thank for your link and interactive fora. keep blazing higher.
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Rev. Fr. Anselm Adodo speaking delivering the paper
Paxherbals , established in 1996, has grown from a two-room wooden shaft to a gigantic edifice the like of which is yet be found anywhere in west africa; from a two- member staff in 1997 to 150 full-time and 50 part-time staff today, and from a small production laboratory to a vast research complex comprising a diagnostic, quality-control, drug formulation and chemistry laboratory. In 2005,...
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