Permanent Kovid-19 Cure Found Under the Sea! Scientists wait for a special substance

Marine sulfated polysaccharides (MSP) are a special type of carbohydrate that contains sulfur. This sulfur is stored in the outer walls of the cells of seaweed or seaweed. It is also found in some fish and mangrove plants. Scientists constantly experiment with MSP substances. It has shown a good effect against herpes simplex virus, HIV, chikungunya, cytomegalovirus, influenza, and hepatitis virus. (Photo: Getty)

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