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Sunday, October 19, 2014

Guyabano: anti-Cancer and Natural aid for Self Medication

What is Guyabano?

Guyabano is a Philippine term for Annona muricata. It is a soil product which is called soursop in English, graviola in Brazil and guanabana in Spain. In the Philippines, guyabano is a typical lawn plant fit for proving to be fruitful throughout the entire year. The guyabano tree can adapt to warm areas such as the Philippines and other tropical countries in South east Asia and South America. The fruit is a combination of sweet and sour tastes, clear white color and very smooth like cotton texture. The tree is grown up to 20-30cm tall and the fruit can weigh up to ,15 lbs. Or 6.8 kilos.

Guyabano Medicinal Properties
Different articles and studies identifying with the well being profits of guyabano have been ascribed to its against disease property and therapeutic worth. After a few research on guyabano it has turned into a most loved plant which become more popular by a title "miracle plant".

Guyabano has the anti-cancer property  which is 10,000 times more effective than the chemotherapy drugs. Different researches proven that Guyabano extract can attack cancer safely and effectively with an all-natural therapy that does not cause extreme nausea, weight loss and hair loss. Unlike chemotherapy that damages healthy cells while killing the damaged ones, guyabano extract will keep undamaged cells healthy; therefore the body will maintain its immune system strength. (source: Alagad)

The profit of guyabano is nothing but the same old thing new to well being. Truth be told the web has officially distributed thousands separate articles on guyabano from diverse writers as far and wide as possible. Of all these articles, the most fascinating case is guyabano's solid hostile to growth property. Other well being profits incorporate home solutions for fever, aggravations, skin diseases, asthma and joint pain. A few articles strongly say that guyabano is powerful for diabetes, hypertension and liver issues.

Personal Testimonies

I personally used guyabano to get rid of the lump at the bottom of my left breast. Honestly I never consulted a doctor about this lump cause I'm a type of person who's afraid of hearing bad news. I've been suffering from pain caused by these lumps, I just comforted myself that when it's painful it's benign so I turned in to researching about breast lump and possible natural remedy and learned about the healing power of guyabano.

I told myself that there's no harm in trying since guyabano is an all-natural remedy. After taking guyabano tea which I make everyday, all the lumps were gone and so as the pain that's been giving me so much discomfort feeling for years.

For more healing stories about guyabano, you can read here.

Guyabano Parts and Uses -based on Scientific research, almost every part of Guyabano has its own anti-illness properties.

The Fruit - Guyabano is nature’s gift to mankind and probably one of the most beneficial trees on earth. Its ripe fruit is a perfect blend of sweet and sour flavor. To savor its refreshing goodness, it is best harvested when already riped from the tree. Premature harvest may not yield its exotic delectable taste. Regular fruit consumption boosts immune system due to high levels of vitamin C and B vitamins and other important minerals such as phosphorus and calcium. Chilled or straight from the tree guyabano fruit is best for desert. Caution: Do not eat the seeds, they are probably toxic! Pulverized seeds are an effective pesticide!

The leaves - Guyabano leaves are useful for home remedies. Fresh leaves are infused to make a drink. To prepare, select at least 10 large leaves placed in boiling water set to low fire for 15 to 20 minutes in a pot uncovered. Set aside or refrigerate. To enhance the taste, cold water may be added then mix with calamansi juice and little sugar. Consume within one day in two or three divided doses.

Roots and bark -The roots and bark of guyabano are also rich in Annonaceous acetogenins however I don’t recommend using these parts but rather leave them to maintain the integrity of the tree. Taking out its bark may provide pests’ entry to its body and may cause diseases and premature death of plant. Roots are the primary support of the plant; they absorb water and nutrition to sustain existence of the tree.

How to Prepare Guyabano Tea

  • Boil 1 liter of water in a sauce pan
  • Add 40 leaves of guyabano
  • Lower down the heat as it boils 
  • Simmer for 20 minutes to kill possible bacterias
  • Let it cool

Reminder: the tea is only good for 7-8 hours and it can be refrigerated to keep its freshness. Take 1 one glass before meal, 3 times a days, it's easily absorbed by empty stomach. Do not prolong intake of guyabano tea for more than 30 days for it will lose the normal flora or the required exact amount. For maintenance, guyabano tea is best taken for 5 consecutive days. do not over-use or mixed with other healing substances to avoid negative reaction.

Guyabano is deinitely a good natural remedy, however, it's still best to consult a doctor first before doing a self medication. I want to emphasize here that what's right for me might be wrong for others. I trusted guyabano and so I tried it in my self medication and I succeeded, but I don't encourage everyone to do the same, I maybe lucky to have totally freed from pain but that doesn't mean that you'll also get the same possitive result, it's always safe to consult a professional.

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