Prekese is traditionally used to treat millions of diseases. Up to this day, some people believe that Prekese appeared in the Bible, and thus has spiritual benefits. However, in this article, we take a close examination of the physical and mental health benefits of including “prekese” in our diets.
The extracts from Prekese have a powerful healing properties. For instance, diseases including but not limited to asthma, ulcers, bacteria growth, and poor blood flow can be remedied by Prekese. It’s also rich in nutrients such as potassium, zinc, iron, magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, phosphorus, and copper. Study has shown that regular consumption of ‘Prekese’ can help with diabetes and glucose levels, reducing hypertension, lowering blood pressure, providing essential postpartum nutrients that restore blood loss and produce milk, relieving fevers and showing wound-healing effects.
This impressive plant can act as mosquito repellent, thanks to its strong fragrance. People suffering from cold can also take prekese. In this scenario, the plant is soaked in warm water, and the sick person can bathe with it.
In addition, the stem and bark of the ‘prekese plant ‘ contain saponin and ethanol extract, which releases a luteinizing hormone which is said to serve as contraceptives.