The medicinal plant that could help save the lives of millions of people

Axios — The medicinal plant chan pila medicinal plants could help reduce the number of deaths from malaria, according to a new study published online in the journal PLoS ONE.

The study analyzed the impact of medicinal plants on malaria mortality in Haiti and the Dominican Republic in 2015 and 2016.

The researchers analyzed data from a population-based study that involved 4,539 people living in the two countries, from ages 14 to 59.

In Haiti, the researchers focused on deaths in 2016 and 2017.

The majority of the study participants were malaria survivors who lived in Haiti during the last 10 years.

Of those, 4,965 people died of malaria in the year before the study started, the authors report.

The authors suggest that chan plants could be used to treat malaria infections as early as 2018, and they hope that the use of chan leaves, the medicinal plant root that has an antimalarial effect, will help to control the disease.

A team of researchers led by Dr. Eric Chiu from the University of Michigan found that channagas — which is used to fight malaria — could have an anti-malarial effect on the parasite, and that they could be a potential treatment for malaria that was not previously available to the general public.

The channago is an ancient medicine used by the people of Haiti, and its use has been practiced for more than 1,000 years, Chiu said in a statement.

The plant has been used to kill the parasite for more of its long life.

The plant, called chan-pan, is known for its powerful anti-parasitic effect.

In one study, researchers found that it killed up to 60 percent of malaria parasites in rats.

Other scientists have previously shown that chanyans could help control malaria.

In 2016, researchers in the United States published a study that showed that chans could effectively kill malaria parasites, according a statement from the authors.

They also showed that the plant could treat both humans and animals infected with malaria.

According to the study, chan can be grown on a variety of agricultural crops, including rice, maize, sugar cane, and soybeans.

The plants have a range of different names, including the tree chan, the herb chan and the plant-based medicine chan.

In the study published in PLOS ONE, the study authors say that chanos are used to produce medicinal and flavoring extracts for use in traditional Chinese medicine.

The leaves are a type of medicinal plant used in traditional medicines and other Chinese herbal medicine.

In a previous study, published in the same journal, the scientists found that the leaves had a similar effect on malaria as an antiseptic.

Chan plant extract is the basis for chan dried leaves and has also been used as a flavoring agent.

Chanos also contain compounds that act as antiviral and anti-inflammatory compounds, the group wrote.

In their study, the team also used chan in combination with other plant extracts, including dill, sage, cumin, and peppermint.

In addition, they looked at how the plants affected the parasite by treating it with chan leaf extract and its effects on the host.

In Haiti, chans can be used as antimalarials in both human and animal trials.

Chans have also been shown to have anti-cancer properties.

In this study, using chan extracts as antifungal agents, researchers used a mixture of chans and antifunalytics to treat lung tumors in mice.

In another study, Chans were found to have antifurcant activity in rats and were effective against cancer.

The research team notes that chaning, the dried leaves, have been used in various forms in traditional medicine for more decades.

The article will be published in a forthcoming issue of PLOS One.