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PM Prayut chairs Herbal Expo, vows to develop traditional medicine

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PM chairs Herbal Expo, vows to develop traditional medicine

 

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NONTHABURI, 19th July 2018 (NNT) - The Prime Minister has vowed that his administration will continue to improve the public health system and foster wider acceptance of Thai herbal remedies. 

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha made the remarks as he chaired an academic conference to celebrate the country’s public health achievements over the last century. 

The conference is being held in tandem with the 15th National Herb Expo, taking place at IMPACT Muang Thong Thani in Nonthaburi province from July 18th - 21st. At the event, awards were given to Thai doctors and public health officials for their achievements and contributions to medicine. 

Gen Prayut delivered a keynote address at the expo, saying Thailand has made satisfactory progress in its public health system over the past 100 years, to the point where it has achieved international renown. Nonetheless, the government is ready to support the growth of public health to greater heights. Special focus will be placed on the development of traditional Thai medicine and Thai herbal remedies to achieve widespread acceptance. 

According to the premier, the government will achieve these goals via policies to reduce social inequality, while fostering economic stability and sustainability. He also called on the Ministry of Public Health to monitor the mental health of the public, which he claims has been negatively impacted by online media. 

During his keynote address, Gen Prayut admitted that he has been ill, possibly due to the weather as well as the stresses of his position. However, he claimed his condition is improving, due to herbal remedies he received from the Ministry of Public Health.

 
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Thai herbal remedies are about to be thrust into the limelight bigtime.
A company in Thailand is on the verge of curing level VII pattern baldness! 

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He didn't mention snake oil ???

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NB para # 4: to the point where Thailand's public health system has reached international reknown.

 

I use the That public health system (I pay), and I find it, for my needs, quite satisfactory. But " international reknown"?

 

NB para # 5: mental health is being affected by online media!

 

Drip, drip, drip. Slowly building the case to attemot to bring it under government ( his) control.

 

You have left it too late General. Even your private conscript soldiers are using it...

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11 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

He didn't mention snake oil ???

Why, would you like some?

 

It just happens that I have this little sideline...

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1 hour ago, colinneil said:

Prayut chairs so many different things, when does the poor man find time to eat, sleep.

Such a wonderful caring man, what would the country do without him?:cheesy::shock1::cheesy:

Yes just another load of BS from the la-la kid.

Get the terminology right: Herbal remedy, please.

 

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

international renown.

struth  must  have  passed me by

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

PM chairs Herbal Expo, vows to develop traditional medicine

Gen Prayut saying Thailand has made satisfactory progress in its public health system over the past 100 years, to the point where it has achieved international renown.

Unfortunately the underpaid nurses have a different (more realistic) view. 

 

...foster wider acceptance of Thai herbal remedies. 

Like the free of charge Thai herbal remedies that cure cancer, and the ones proven to cure ebola and HIV???

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Gen Prayut admitted that he has been ill, possibly due to the weather as well as the stresses of his position. However, he claimed his condition is improving, due to herbal remedies

Cannabis?  :stoner:

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16 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Cannabis?  :stoner:

Lao Khao!

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