The immune system can be strengthened by prekese, which is a rich source of vitamins, iron, calcium, potassium, zinc, and magnesium. The plant’s iron helps with blood regeneration, zinc guards against respiratory tract infections, and potassium and calcium support healthy bones and muscle management, prevention, and control.
Tetrapleura tetraptera is useful for treating Type 2 diabetes mellitus, according to a rat study. Prekese fruit extract is thought to reduce blood sugar levels both during and after fasting.
The stem and bark of the prekese plant can be used in the treatment of hypertension. Research suggests that the plant can help lower high blood pressure and regulate the oxidation levels of hypertension patients.
4. Postpartum Care
For postpartum mothers, Prekese shows to be quite useful. When added to soups, the plant pod can aid in preventing constriction. Additionally, prekese, which is high in calcium, iron, and potassium, can assist postpartum women in replacing the nutrients they’ve lost. Prekese soup is thought to promote milk production in nursing women and help with blood replenishment.
5. Treats Leprosy
According to a study, the aridan plant is also used in leprosy treatment. The disease greatly affects the skin, mucous membranes, and nerves which leads to lumps and skin blemishes. The more serious leprosy cases can also cause mutilation and abnormalities.
6. Fever And Cold Remedy
Prekese is a useful treatment for people who have a fever or a cold. It can be used to make tea or to warm a bath. It is well known that the plant can lower fevers and control body temperatures. Enema, emesis, and constipation can all be treated with this treatment.
7. Antibacterial Properties
Prekese has antimicrobial and antibacterial qualities. Soaps that help treat bacterial infections, skin conditions, and inflammation are made using the plant’s extract. Prekese can improve the foam, smell, and hardness of the soap.
8. Convulsion Management
10. Wound Healing Properties
Wound-healing compounds are present in the prekese plant’s moist extract. According to research, 200 mg/ml of plant extract is a more efficient concentration for healing wounds than greater concentrations.