The Ice Cold Guyabano Leaf Tea

The guyabano leaf tea is becoming a regular part of my morning routine. Coffee and tea taste better but this guyabano has a different effect. It makes my body feels lighter and more energetic. Knowing that it’s a miracle cure for cancer makes me wanting for more. I have no cancer or whatever disease but I want to follow the saying “an ounce of prevention is better than pounds of cure”.

A cup of leaf tea in the morning is enough. Just boiling a cup whenever I want it. Go for other drink if the leaf is not available or too lazy to prepare. I am taking about one kilometer walk, forth and back, to get a bunch of leaves. Getting it in middle of busy schedule is almost impossible.

I got this idea from my big brother, I saw him drinking an ice cold guyabano leaf tea. He told me that he always prepare three liters and store it in refrigerator. He always take tea in early morning and after work.

Again I walked and got a bunch of guyabano leaves. I boiled it until the water was slightly golden brown. Let it cool. Transferred to bottle and placed inside the refrigerator. I refilled the casserole with water and boiled it again – boiled the same set twice. I think this will last for several days.

boiling fresh guyabano leaves

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131 thoughts on “The Ice Cold Guyabano Leaf Tea

  1. May bukol po ako sa puson ayaw kung magpacheck natatakot ako pero tama ba inuman ko na lang ng guyabano leaves at sana matanggal o kya lumiit sa pamamagitan ng pag inum ko ng guyabano leaves.

  2. i started drinking guyabano tea and pandan leaf tea,my cyst can cure in this way of drinking?then highblood pa po me im taking maintenance daily …thanks po

  3. good day po, pwede po ba yun guyabano and bignay tea for 1month pregnant at isang beses lang po siya uminom? pls email me po, salamat po!

  4. Hello po mam meron po akong endometrial polyp ok lang po ba sa akin na uminom ng guyabano leaves? Actually po mam nagstart na akong uminom kaninang umaga. Thanks a lot po and God bless

  5. dok,tanong k lang kasi mayron akong tb kaya lang d ako umiinom ng gamot ksi wala akong
    pera.kaya lang umiinom ako ng gtea.eto ba ay makakagling sa sakit k.

  6. hi, naoperahan na po aq sa ovarian cyst ko.. sa right side po may tumubo ulit kasing laki po ng natangal sa akin last year….. sa ngaun po 2 weeks n aqng umiinum ng guavano leaves…. hanggang kalian po aq pwdeng uminum at magpa-checkup sa doctor para malaman n lumiit or mawala ung cyst ko…
    Salamat po…. sana masagot ang mga tanong ko..

    • Hi Sam! At VB we recommend Bignay tea to people with high sugar problem. You can call me at (02) 8000726 or thru text at 09159054963.

      Hope to hear from you.

  7. hi ako po ay may bukol sa lalamunan, last year po na icu po ako dahil hirap ako huminga, pero gumaling dn po dahil sa mga gamot binigay skin, pwde po ako uminom guyabano leaves? kc hnggang ngayon naggagamot pa ako at hirap pa dn huminga… thanks po

  8. gud am,may roon po akong UTI and i don,t take the medecine the doctor give me,natatakot po kasi ako kasi im almost 5 months pregnant,can guayabano tea cure my UTi?

  9. i’m drinking this for two weeks now and it helps reducing the size of my supraclavicular lymphnode swelling….thank God for the guyabano plant!

  10. Maraming salamat po sa inyong pag po post tungkol sa guyabanao leaves. Malaking tulong po sa kalusugan at tipid sa badyet. More God’s power po sa inyo.

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