- maretes March 24 2011 @ 2:23 pmI am suffering from epilepsy since 2000. Since then i take medicine that prescribe by my neuro…pero wala naman akong pagbabago lagi pa rin akong nag siseizure.Nag search po ako sa internet at e2 nga po nabasa ko na ang Guyabano roots ay mabisang gamot sa epilepsy paano po e2 gagawin wala po kasing instruction . E2 po ba ay ilalaga at iinumin ko? Sana po ay mabigyan o mapadalhan mo po ako ng mensahe tungkol d2 maraming slamat po! More power and God Bless….
- marvinMarch 24 2011 @ 8:20 pm@maretes – I read that tea can be made out of leaf, bark and roots. It is used for treatment of various ailments. There is no specific instruction but you can boil a specific amount until the water color absorbed the root pigments. The instruction is still vague but I am hoping that it can help solve your problem. All parts of guyabano tree are generally safe except for the seeds, it contain toxins.I will post update once I see valuable information.
- maretes April 7 2011 @ 1:54 pmgood day sir marvin!I start looking for the roots of guyabano and thanks to God i found it with my very supportive friends and relatives I now start to boil the roots and drink its juice and as i read your response im happy that even the bark and leaf can be used to extract the tea and i feel glad coz to be true its to hard to look for the roots. I thank you for being to accomodating and find time to read my query and at same time for giving more info with us who needs medical advice more power and thank you …God Bless
- marvin April 7 2011 @ 7:37 pm@maretes – welcome!
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