In Sri Lanka, the creator of the “potion” from the coronavirus died from the crown. It turned out somewhat ironic. The shaman Eliantha White, well-known in those parts, once suggested pouring a sufficient amount of the potion he had created into the rivers. He believed that in this way the pandemic could be stopped, and not only in Sri Lanka, but also in India.
He allegedly dreamed of the recipe for the potion. Even the authorities trusted the doctor. The broth was publicly approved by the ex-Minister of Health, who, however, subsequently spent two weeks in the intensive care unit with a corona.
The shaman did not save himself either – at the beginning of the month he caught a covid and died the other day. The Prime Minister of the country Mahinda Rajapaks expressed his condolences on the death of the folk physician, who at one time even turned to White for advice.