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Guava originally from tropical America grows on loose and wild soils in open places and contains quite a lot of water. This tree is widely grown as a fruit tree. However, it often grows wild and can be found at an altitude of 1-1200 m above sea level. Guava bears fruit all year round.

·         Properties and properties

Besides being used as a table fruit, guava also has several health benefits, especially in the fruits and leaves

A. Leaves, sweet taste neutral, astrigen-stained, anti-inflammatory, cessation of bleeding and menstrual bullets

B. Fruit, has antioxidants because of the high content of beta-carotene and vitamin C so that it can increase the body's resistance.

·         Chemical content

Guava is rich in chemical content, especially in leaves and fruits and even at the root. The leaves contain tannins, essential oils, fatty oils, resin, the same substance, malic acid, and apfel acid.

While the fruit contains amino acids, pectins, calcium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, magnesium, sulfur, and vitamins (A, B1, C) when ripe the content of vitamin C can reach 3 to 6 times higher than that of oranges. Guava is rich in fiber and soluble in water, especially in the skin so that it can interfere with the absorption of glucose and fat derived from food and throw it out of the body.

·         Indication

This part of the plant has many benefits, very useful for the use of treatment of various diseases.

A. Leaves, used for treatment

·         Acute and chronic diarrhea

·         Flatulence in infants and children

·         Elevated blood cholesterol levels

·         Menstruation is not smooth

·         Frequent urination

·         Wounds and bleeding wounds

·         Sprue

B. Fruit,used for treatment

·         Diabetes

·         High blood cholesterol levels

·         Constipated

C. Young twigs are used for the treatment of vaginal discharge.

D. Root, used for the treatment of dysentery.

·         Usage example

A. Urinate frequently, provide fresh guava leaves and rice flour that have been barked until yellow a handful each, then boil them in three glasses of water until half of the boiled water is left. After cooling, strain and filter water are drunk, three times a day, half a glass each

B. Canker sores

Cut a handful of leaves and one finger of guava bark as needed, then wash thoroughly. Boil the ingredients in 1 liter of water until boiling for 15 minutes. After cooling strain and the filtered water is used as tea. Spend this herb in one day.

C. Vaginal discharge

Wash three pieces of young guava twigs as big as the forefinger and 7 pieces of fresh betel leaves thoroughly. Then cut into pieces as necessary. Add 2 liters of clean water, then boil until 1 liter of water remains. After cooling use the boiled water to wash the vagina

D. Flatulence of a bloated child

Provide three young and fresh guava leaves, 5 fennel grains and half a finger of Pulosari bark cut into small pieces, then wash thoroughly. Boil the ingredients in two cups of water until one cup remains. After cooling strain and use the filtered water as a medicine.

The trick is that babies aged 3 months 5 to 7 times a day one spoonful each baby aged 6 months 3 times a day 1 tablespoon each 3 years old 3 times a day 2 tablespoons each and children over 3 years old once a day one cup.

E. High cholesterol

Wash one guava fruit that is still blooming, then cut it into pieces as necessary. Boil in 3 cups of clean water until 1 cup remains. After cooling strain and the filtered water is drunk at once. Do it twice a day.

F. Wounds and bleeding wounds

Wash the freshly picked guava leaves to taste, then grind the leaves until they are melted. Next, attach it to the wound and bandage it with a change of dressing point of the change and the decoction three times a day until the wound heals.




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