- Helps in maintaining a healthy prostate in men, in turn preventing prostate-related illnesses in men and ovarian cancer in women.
- Prostate-related illnesses, including prostrate enlargement, are common among middle-aged and older men, occurring in more than 60% of men above 50 years of age.
- Prunus Africana bark, boiled in water for about five minutes, results in a “tea” that has properties that block the accumulation of cholesterol in the prostate and may reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Take two or three times a week to prevent illness. To cure an enlarged, infected or cancerous prostrate follow doctor’s advice.
- Blends well with lemon grass (also a cancer fighting natural leaf), cinnamon and ginger.