Teras Juice: Malawi’s wonderful therapeutic drink

Teras Juice, a concoction of fruits and vegetables that therapeutically heals every body ailment and was duly certified by the country’s Medicine & Poisons Board, is fast selling in Malawi and evidence of its wonders is aplenty.

Healed patient Nasiyaya narrating the wonders of Teras to MBC’s Patricia Sundu

Ronald Amos, Marketing & Communication Director

The Teras Juice package

The product was launched in September 2014 and following its overwhelming demand on the market forced the producers, Teras Health Care, to start opening shops and by mid 2015 they had them across the country  from Nsanje to Chitipa districts.

Marketing & Communication Director Ronald Amos said Teras Juice is also on demand in South Africa where they have a sales agent and plans are in the final stages to open a shop in that country.

“We have all the confidence in our product and we also ask the public to go for Teras Juice because it does heal every body ailment,” Amos said in an interview.

“There are some unscrupulous people who are marketing their products by saying their products work like Teras Juice, what we are saying is that nothing can compare to Teras, which was duly certified by the country’s Medicine & Poisons Board and was categorised as a food supplement.

“That’s why we only sell our product in our own shops for authentication to avoid other people from imitating. We came up with our own prescription which is given to customers that patronise our special shops,” Amos said. 

The product sells at K10,000 each and should be consumed one bottle a month for not less than seven months.

“It is a remedy for any ailment that affect the body. A cancer patient, Michael Nasiyaya from Chiradzulu, testified on MBCtv how he got cured after using Teras Juice

“He emotionally narrated his story how he got healed by TerasJuice after been bed ridden for five years.”

Amos said those interested to know more can contact them through the phone numbers 265 0999 229 5740881 752 1650999 925 213 or through their email [email protected]. Their website iswww.terasmw.com.  

 

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10 thoughts on “Teras Juice: Malawi’s wonderful therapeutic drink”

  1. Wami monjeza says:

    This is total lie and daylight robbery. Government must do something about this please

  2. bulutu says:

    Pharmacy and Medicines Board, can you comment if this is true. We want to be sure of the producer’s claims before we can patronize their shops. If indeed their product is certified, the PRO at your organization can come out open to the public in support or refute the allegation.

  3. My uncle was found with prostate cancer and tried to use this so called wonder drug in vein and he eventually died.

  4. Anita Bwaila says:

    DR Kampalume, the honorable minister of health should make a statement on Teras and other uncertified medicine claims. Dr Kampalume is chemist specialising in medicine design, composition and efficacy.

    ZOMATIBELA NDALAMA NDI TERAS, HOLY WATER, NCHAPE

  5. ADDE says:

    THIS IS A FOOD SUPPLEMENT NOTHING ELSE I IS NOT MEDICINE. TO CLAIM THAT IT CURES AILENMENTS IS A BIG LIE.

  6. lemson says:

    I have a testimony……….Teraz is perfect. Mukadzadwala nde mudzaona ubwino wake guys.

    1. clive says:

      Tidziwa bwanji kuti iweyo lemson siwe salesman wa Teras kkkkkk?

  7. The Partriot says:

    No proven therapeautic claims, no Randomized conteolled trials done. Kubetsa ndalama uku!
    Anyone with cancer or HIV go to any hospital and seek help, otherwise dont waste your money on concortions which have not been scientifically proven to work.

  8. Scientist Phiri says:

    There is something fish with Teras, it can be a multivitamin, that’s all.

  9. Francis Chiumia says:

    This is likely to put peoples lives at risk. Pharmacy and Medicines Board did not certify this product and has never certified any herb in Malawi. We can not have a drug which treats every disease. And PMPB does not certify products which have no scientific backing in published literature.

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