I live in a country were almost plants can grow. I live in a rain forest country. My land is rich with different kinds of plants. Different varieties of plants can grow everywhere. One the example of plants or herbal plants that can grow everywhere is guava also known as "bayabas" in our country.
What I’m about to say is my own experience and opinion only, I am not suggesting that this plant will have the same effect on you.
Bayabas or guava is best known for many herbal benefits. All parts of guava can be use as medicine. Guava plant can cure diarrhea, allergies, diabetes, defective gums, aching tooth, heal wounds, control blood pressure and can also help reduce weigh. It is known as an "all you can plant" in our place.
When you have a diarrhea, first thing to do is pick some leaves of the guava and boil it. You need to drink some of the boiled guava leaves. Take a rest and after that diarrhea is gone. If you have a defective gum or an aching tooth, Elders in our place tell us to get some leaves and chew it for several minutes and your mouth pains will be gone. And it is really true, I tried it myself before. It can also heal wounds, external wounds particularly, by crashing the leaves of the guava and put or place it to the wound. In that way, your pain will be lessen and after a few days it will be completely healed just by continuing to put a crash guava leaves in your wound. When you happen to have a high blood pressure, all you have to do is eat some fruit of the guava. Older person practice that because they are the person who usually got a high blood pressure. There is some content in a guava that can helps your metabolism works fast resulting into weigh loss.
This is just some of the miracles and powers of a guava plant can do. There are a lot more. It may not help against halitosis or gum disease the way a good oral irrigator can, but read this oramd review.
This article is for information purposes only and does not intend to provide advice, diagnosis or treatment for any health condition. The USFDA has not evaluated statements made in this article. If you have or think you might have a health problem of any kind, visit your physician for advice, diagnosis and treatment.
Author: Robin O.