Guava leaves are just as medicinally useful as the nutritional powerhouse fruit they grow with. The leaves of the guava tree are full of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, antibacterials, and even tannins that can have significant health benefits, from treating stomach troubles to chronic diseases like cancer.
How do you make guava leaf tea?
With fresh guava leaves
Take 6 guava leaves.
Wash the leaves thoroughly.
Now, boil the leaves with about 1 litre of water.
After boiling for about 10minutes, pour the water and filter to remove any piece of leaf.
It is ready to drink.
You may add a little honey as a sweetener.