Mexican Actor Shares Home Remedy For Covid And Cancer

Story By: Lisa-Maria Goertz, Sub-Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

A popular Mexican actor says he has a cure for coronavirus, which is the same remedy which supposedly cured him of Hepatitis C and his brother of cancer.

The 62-year-old actor, Alejandro Tommasi, is a notorious soap-opera villain in Mexico who has appeared in numerous series, soap operas, films, musicals and plays over his long career.

The actor recently hit headlines after giving an interview on YouTube programme ‘Chisme No Like’ sharing his home remedies, although the video has since been taken down by YouTube.


Tommasi, who studied chemical biology and Ayurvedic medicine as well as having worked in a hospital for three years said: “Coronavirus has always existed, just that now it has been genetically manipulated, so it is stronger, but that doesn’t mean it won’t go away if you treat it properly.

“I studied Ayurvedic medicine for 30 years and I know how to cure coronavirus.”

The actor spoke about how he has already used his cure to treat his friends daughters.
Tommasi said: “The wife of a friend of mine tested positive along with her daughters and I said don’t take them to hospital and give them this. Ginger, garlic, lemon and green tea. Then to boost the immune system take Inmunitec. A product which gives you 75% less probability of getting coronavirus.


I have been promoting it for years, it cured me of Hepatitis C and my brother from cancer.

“Coronavirus coagulates the blood and because of that less oxygen reaches the lungs. There is no better anticoagulant than garlic.

“The statistics show that coronavirus is not so deadly as other diseases. Last year more people died from the AH1N1 flu than coronavirus”.


The World Health Organization (WHO) responded to claims circulating about garlic as a cure for the virus saying garlic is “a healthy food which may have some antimicrobial properties”, but there is no scientific evidence that consuming it will protect you against COVID-19.

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