Have lots of guyabano tree nearby and have plenty of time to spare? Then you can do this simple things to help those whore are in need. Think of yourself like a very lucky person, winning a super lotto, an expensive car or a house and lot. The value of guyabano trees are more than those material things. It can save lives from a very threatening disease, the cancer. Share your fortune to others.
Guyabano leaves can be sent via airmail. Charge a minimum fee for mailing cost. Charge more to cover your labor. Do it often to make a living. Do not charge to high or else authorities will come after you!
1) Gather mature green guyabano leaves. Rinse in running water to remove adhering dirts. Let dry. Hanging in front of electric fan will hasten drying time.
2) If fresh leaves are desired by the recipient, pack it right away in paper bag then insert in paper envelope. Then sent it via fast mail services like LBC or Air21. Double paper packaging is recommended to absorb moisture coming from leaves. A morning package should arrived in the afternoon and afternoon package should arrived the next morning. Never send fresh leaves if the expected travel time is more than 24 hours. Proceed to step three as alternative.
3) Dry the leaves. Place it in between magazine or book pages. A clean bond paper can be used to prevent contact of leaves with the page prints. Let dry at room temperature.
4) Pack dried and flattened leaves in polyethylene bags, seal. Insert in mailing envelope. A hard cardboard will prevent leaf cracking. Sent it via express or snail mail. I wish it could be sent via e-mail!