Who we are

Our website address is: https://wildarabicherbs.com.

Customer Privacy

Wild Arabic Herbs applies the principle of patient right and privacy in all its activity and with all patients and clients without exception!
Medicine has its principles and no health institution, public or private, is allowed to publish the patient’s identity or share his contact with third parties, and it is the right of every patient not to violate his privacy.
No one wants to be bothered by unknown people, nor do you want to be contacted by someone after you have been cured and recovered from your illness, which you probably don’t want to remember anymore or you don’t want anyone else to know about the problem or your wrestling.
In addition, this would be a kind of exploitation of patients for our own interests… and in addition, this opens the way for abuse and fraud by introducing relatives or associates to appear as recovered patients!
Therefore, if you are looking for healed patients or witnesses who testify for us, you will not find them here!
So this is not the way to make sure that our cures are effective, but you can ask relatives or friends who know us and who have been treated by us for various diseases, and their number is always increasing, in every the province of Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Europe and the USA.
Also, learn more about us and our work or the way we curate, by reading inside the articles that we have published and are constantly publishing on our website since 2008, and you will learn that everything is based on science, knowledge and evidence, and everything is at the highest level of real natural medicine.
We would not be exaggerating if we said that we are many steps ahead of conventional medicine in curing certain diseases, and in the way of treating diseases in general, or that in us you see the real medicine of the future!
You remember! Regardless of any treatment or medicine, it is God who heals and who has made plants and other natural things the cause of healing.
May God grant a speedy recovery to all the sick, and full health to all!


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