Elaida Reyes 2012/02/10 at 11:18 pm
Take the barley and the guyabano at different times because they might cancel each other out, and you won’t get the necessary benefits. Madali lang naman yun… take the guyabano in the morning and the barley in the afternoon. Or take one before meals, and the other after meals.
Kenneth Tan 2012/02/11 at 1:26 pm
@ Elaida Reyes : In guyabano drinking dried or fresh leaves is used to create tea?
YES. SAME METHOD OF PREPARATION FOR BOTH. IF YOU HAVE A SOURCE OF FRESH LEAVES NEARBY, USE FRESH. BUT IF YOU HAVE TO GO SOME DISTANCE TO FIND A GUYABANO TREE, THEN GATHER PLENTY OF LEAVES AND AIR DRY THEM IN THE SHADE. AIR DRYING PRESERVES THE HEALTHY NUTRIENTS OF THE PLANT. KEEP THE DRIED LEAVES IN AN AIR-TIGHT CONTAINER. NOW, YOU HAVE A READY SUPPLY FOR TEA WHEN YOU NEED IT.
Cristy 2012/02/21 at 5:12 pm
Hi Mr. Marvin, I have a Complex Mass Anterior in Neck.
Should this Guyabano can cure this illness? And how it works?
Thank you, GOD Speed
answer from Ms. Elaida Reyes
According to the many articles I’ve read, guyabano tea is effective to almost all kinds of illnesses. Actually, it is anti-tumorous as well as anti-cancerous. Now, ths is what you should do:
Shred fresh or air-dried guyabano leaves, measuring one cup. Put one liter of water to a saucepan, bring to a boil, add the cup of shredded guyabano leaves, then turn down the heat to low and simmer the leaves for 20 minutes; after which, switch off the heat and let the tea cool down. Now, you have guyabano tea enough for the day. Drink one cup, 30 minutes before meals, 3 times a day. Do this for 30 days only. If the tumor is still there after 30 days, let your body rest for 10 days-
meaning, refrain from dinking the tea. But after the 10 days, do the guyabano tea treatment again for another 30 days.
Note: Make fresh guyabano tea everyday because the tea’s efficacy is up to 7 or 8 hours only. Throw away any leftover tea after you have drunk your 3 cups for the day. Make a new batch of tea the next day.
Please read also my earlier postings here.
Good luck and God bless, Cristy. Hope this helps.