Prekese Tea Price In Ghana
Prekese Tea has become the resort of many people who have began taking it every morning to curb their diseases due to the health advantages embedded in Prekese.
The tea is much similar to the normal Prekese just that it has been made in a powdery form and packaged into teabags so that it would be easier to take it in liquid form whenever and wherever you find yourself.
It is advisable to drink the Prekese Tea without adding any sugar or milk in order to achieve the full benefits of the spice since it works on specific things in our bodies. A tea made from this prekese is healthy and helps protects the body against sickness and infections.
Some of the companies preparing Prekese have blended the prekese with either Moringa or other natural spice like Hibiscus to have a double-edged effect of the tea. It is not uncommon to find Prekese without any other natural spice on the market.
You can choose to prepare the Prekese tea yourself and below are the steps in preparing it.
- Cooking pot
Ingredients for prekese Tea
- 3 medium-sized Prekese
- Fresh ginger
- Lemon juice
Benefits Of Prekese Tea
- Anti inflammatory
- Boosts immune system
- Extracts body fat
- Controls blood pressure & sugar levels
Prekese Tea Price
Prekese Tea can be found in our supermarkets and markets across the country and they come in handy due to their sizes. The price of the packaged tea bags starts from GHC 20 to GHC 55.
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