Guava Leaves And Medicinal Uses

Guava leaves are full of many health benefits that most people aren’t aware of. They contain high levels of vitamins A and C, potassium, healthy fiber and lycopene.

Below are some of its amazing health benefits:

Brain Health

The vitamins B6 (pyridoxine) and B3 ( niacin) in guava leaves helps in improving blood circulation to the brain, stimulating cognitive function and relaxing the nerves.

Boost Immunity

Guava leaves’ tea helps in boosting the immune systems and reduce the risk of many diseases.

Pain Reducer

The quercetin content of guava leaf makes it effective in reducing pain and eliminating infections.

Menstrual Problems

Guava leaves tea is good for clot menses, painful menstruation and insufficient menstrual flow.

Keeps Skin Younger

The regular intake of guava tea rejuvenate and keeps skin younger and firm due to its strong antioxidant effect against free radicals that are the main cause of ageing.

Crush a few leaves, add little water and use as a body scrub regularly and you will be shocked with the amazing results.

Guava leaves and medicinal uses

Eye sight

Guava leaf improves eyesight due to its high content in vitamin A.

Improves Quality Sleep

Guava leaves tea calms the nerves and quietens the mind, making it easier to fall asleep.

Fights Allergy

Guava leaf contains quercetin which is an antihistamine and anti-inflammatory which inhibits the development of allergies such as food allergy, skin reactions and asthma.

Weight Loss

Guava leaf tea stops carbohydrates from turning into sugar and thus suppresses appetite. This will in turn help you to reduce weight.

Stomach Ulcer

Guava leaf contains Methanol extract that’s composed by volatile oil, flavonoid and saponin which works against stomach ulcers, and also promote healing effect.

Liver Health

Guava leaves have a hepatoprotective activity which cure liver injuries induced by toxic drugs like paracetamol, alcohol, etc. It also protects the liver against some damaging enzymes like Bilirubin, Alkaline phosphatase, Aspartate aminotransferase, etc.

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