Guyabano Tea Powerful Health Benefits To The Body
Guyabano is considered as one of the healthiest fruit in the world, guyabano tea for its leaves extract contains powerful health benefits to the body.
Guyabano or soursop is fruit comes from the Graviola tree, which usually grows in tropical climate countries such as the Philippines. It is cultivated worldwide due to its versatility from being an exotic and delicious fruit, it can be also used for medicinal purposes.
Graviola tree provides numerous purposes; its fruit can be eaten ripe or used to make various types of desserts. The concoction of its leaves contains numerous beneficial effects to the body’s health and effective in treating and preventing several types of diseases.
Its leaves have vitamin A, B, C, E, riboflavin, thiamine, niacin, polyphenols, and pantothenic acid. It also contains anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-microbial, and anti-cancer properties. It has antioxidants, which fights free radicals that can cause various types of diseases.
It also contains minerals such as iron, zinc, calcium, copper, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, and other nutrients, which help us to maintain our body’s health.
Guyabano leaf tea can provide energy, calm nerves, prevents constipation, leg cramps, and anemia. It can also regulate the blood sugar levels in the body, reduce the cholesterol levels, aids weight loss, and treats back pain.
It can also boost our immune system, cure rheumatism, prevents complications during pregnancy, prevents a migraine, prevents Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), and improves our mood. It can also strengthen our bones, prevents numerous diseases, and increases the milk production of lactating mothers.
Here are some steps on how to create your own guyabano leaves tea:
- A handful of dried guyabano leaves
Boil water in a pot and add the guyabano leaves, then reduce the fire and cover it well. Let the leaves simmer for around 10 minutes and let it cool. Put the mixture in a glass and place it inside the fridge. Drink the guyabano leaf tea 3 times a day on an empty stomach.