Home Lifestyle Spiritual benefits of prekese in Ghana

Spiritual benefits of prekese in Ghana

258
0
Spiritual benefits of prekese in Ghana

How do you use Prekese spiritually? Is prekese medicinal and many other questions you wish you had answers to but never overthink again as in this article,xorlali.com we enlight you on some of the  Spiritual benefits of prekese in Ghana you probably didn’t know. To know more about the health benefits of prekese read on!

What is Prekese called in English?

The English name for prekese is  Aidan fruit but popularly known in west Africa as vegetables due to its medicinal and health benefits. The fruit and vegetable, prekese is one of the most consumed food in West African such as Ghana, as it is used in most of our meals like palm nut soup to give it more nutrients and prevent it from spoiling.  It is believed that Prekese helps to drive away evil spirits because of its smell and colour.

Spiritual benefits of prekese in Ghana

Now that we know what prekese is called in English now let’s look at some of the Spiritual benefits of prekese in Ghana. In order to see any of the below health benefits of prekese, you need to either cook, boil or grind the fruit and drink or apply it to the area you want to cure or want healing or miracle. Below are some Spiritual benefits of prekese you did not know or heard of;

READ ALSO:  10 Ghanaian food recipes you need to know

What are the benefits of Prekese?

  • It helps treat diabetes type II
  • It used to drive away evil forces from our homes and surroundings.
  • It’s used to treat skin rashes
  • The fruit prekese contains spirituals powers used for healing all kinds of strange illnesses.
  • Prekese helps your business grow
  • Prekese cures bareness
  • Prekese can be brewed to make Prekese tea which is used for weight loss.
  • Helps stops evil dreams
  • Help treat fever and malaria
  • Helps prevent heart diseases
  •  It reduces inflammation in arthritis and rheumatism patients.
  • Helps people suffering from constipation, enema, and emetic
  • Due to its strong nature, it is used as a mosquito repellant
  • Used in making soap
  • Prekese cures blood pressure

How do you make Prekese tea?

  • Pour water into a cooking pot and boil it over high heat.
  • Soak the pieces of Prekese in warm water and cover with a lid.
  • Let the Prekese soak for about 30 minutes to an hour.
  • NB: the longer it soaks, the more it releases all the juice and flavor from its pods.27 Aug 2020
READ ALSO:  20 Beautiful Cornrow Hairstyles 2021

 It is advisable to cut prekese into small pieces and soaked in water for about 2-3 days and then used it as a regular medicinal drink. Take it as regularly as you drink water. And keep refilling it with water until it becomes soft then you can replace it. Women can use prekese to look healthier after giving birth it heals wounds quickly and restores you to your youthful age. Prekese has so many health benefits that we can’t finish talking about.If you love this article please like and share. Also, don’t forget to follow us so that you don’t miss any important updates.

Source: Xorlali.com

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here