- marvin April 23 2011 @ 11:25 pm@maricon- I am hoping and praying for her fast recovery!
- Ma.Concepcion Regino April 24 2011 @ 10:21 pmToday, my sister went to Quiapo by herself, so energetic, this is her 5th day Guyavano medication, aside from guyavano, I instructed her to always have ripe mango and leafy vegetables in her meals, guava for her vitamin C and banana as her energy food. I deprived her from eating processed food including junk food, instant food, soft drinks and coffee.
Please correct me if there is any conflict with my instruction.
I’m not a doctor I am prescribing according to research due to financial constraint.
- marvin April 24 2011 @ 10:58 pm@maricon- There is nothing wrong with your instructions. Pure vegan lifestyle is a proven cure for many diseases.
- edna April 26 2011 @ 12:17 amMy brother is a healthy guy,occasionally only drink alcohol before but not alcoholic, if you see him you can say , he is not suffering with a lever tumor , the tumor was discovered last yr april when he went to the dr for CT Scan, he is a seaman and he need medical check up before he must go to abroad, he was worried , the doctor advised him to undergo for biopsy then he did ,after 3 months he went back for medical control and found out that the tumor is back , he is again worried and depressed then we advised him to try Dr Alternativo , 3 months after went back for CT Scan and found out that its not working , then I have heard about guyabano and is a remedy for cancer , after all we advised him to eat guyabano everyday and drink the decotion from bark and leaves, I know and I trust God , this is a great hope for him, this is the gift from God if you believe…PRAISE THE LORD ALLELUIA AMEN
- Nelson T. Banguis April 26 2011 @ 10:01 amJust been in Pinas as I have 12 hectares of agri-lands located in Plaridel & Calamba Misamis Occidental (Mindanao). After knowing the wonders of Guyabano, I encouraged the agri caretakers to plant in commercial quantity w/c they did now.This guyabano plant is abundant in our province of Misamis Occidental. Question is, how long before it will yeild fruits. Is it 4 or 5 yrs from now? Right time to harvest and duration to rife. Guyabano now here in Cabramata, Sydney NSW is very rare and if there is, will cost us AUD$10 (P450), hilaw pa & only a little bit bigger than itlog ng itik. Pls contact me in my cell +61 412276570 (roaming if I am in PI) and local Plaridel Mis. Occ landline 088-344-8 413/ Fax +63 2 98345041.
- marvin April 26 2011 @ 6:35 pm@edna- hope he get well soon!
- marvin April 26 2011 @ 6:45 pm@nelson – the answer to your questions can be found by reading an article published by the Department of Agriculture. I uploaded the file for you. Can be found by following this link “http://www.foodrecap.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/guyabano-propagation.pdf”. Your pc must have Adobe Arobat Reader installed.