Musimboti reopens Harare shop after impressed by growing interest in their products during ZAS

12 Sep, 2022 - 19:09 0 Views
Musimboti reopens Harare shop after impressed by growing interest in their products during ZAS Musimboti Traditional Science and Technology Institute‘s exhibition at ZAS

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Gibson Mhaka
ONE of the country’s leading herbal medicines manufacturers, Musimboti Traditional Science and Technology Institute (MTSTI), has re-opened its shop in Harare after being impressed by the growing interest in their products during its participation at the recently held Zimbabwe Agricultural Show (ZAS) in the capital.

The premier event ran from August 29 to September 3 under the theme: “Unequalled Business Opportunities, Accessibility, Accountability and Abundance”. MTSTI managing director Morgan Zimunya said they had decided to revive their branch in Harare after realising the growing popularity of their products which have properties to treat a wide range of illnesses.

He said their recent participation at ZAS provided them with a unique platform to effectively promote and market their products. “After being satisfied by our participation at the recently held Zimbabwe Agricultural Show, we decided to reopen our shop in Harare. The participation indeed provided us with a unique opportunity to effectively promote and market our products.

“The market response has been encouraging. It was also after a realisation that we need to increase our market share and for easier access to people in Harare and its surrounding areas,” said Zimunya. He said the use of herbal medicines has been on the rise over the years. “We work tirelessly to provide our customers with quality products. Our products are the mother of all medicines and are user friendly.
Traditional medicines have been used by humankind for the treatment of various diseases since long before the advent of orthodox medicines.

“As an institute we consider packing our herbal medicinal properties as capsules, powder and as bottled syrup and liquid to enable it to be easily administered and handled,’ said Zimunya. The company is part of Musimboti African Traditional Association that produces pills, cough mixture, eye drops, tea leaves, ointments, and other
medications which help the body to keep fit under the Musimboti brand.
It is registered under the Traditional Medical Practitioners’ Council while its products are licensed for commercial distribution under the Medicines and Allied Substance Control Regulations, Statutory Instrument 97:2015.

The organisation is allowed to manufacture its products as complementary medicines so that they can be sold and distributed commercially.

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