Health benefits of guava leaves in tea

Guava leaves are a good source of many healthful properties that, among many things, are antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, rich in tannins and antioxidants. For instance, antioxidants in guava leaves include vitamin C and quercetin flavonoids (that are associated with reduced risk of several diseases). Not surprisingly, guava leaves are still used in traditional medicine in tropical countries. Below are some of the health benefits for which guava leaves are known.


  • Guava leaves in tea are widely used to prevent and treat diabetes. For instance, research in Japan shows drinking guava leaf tea can lower blood sugar levels without increasing insulin within only 3 months. Guava leaves does this by reducing the alpha-glucosidease enzyme activity and inhibit your body's absorption of two kinds of sugars (maltose and sucrose) and .
  • Guava leaves in teas have been shown to prevent and control diarrhoea. Medical research in Brazil shows that guava leaves achieve this by inhibiting the growth of the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria that commonly leads to diarrhoea.
  • Guava leaves in tea have been repeatedly reported to lower bad cholesterol (or LDL) and triglyceride levels without adversely affecting good cholesterol, all within 8 weeks, even if users received no formal medical treatment. (FYI, triglycerides are associated with fats and high concentrations indicated elevated risk of stroke.) Needless to say, guava leaves in tea make a great liver tonic.
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  • Guava leaves even stimulate digestive enzyme production. This is great news for persons with low enzyme activity which impairs digestion that, in turn, leads to a host of many other health problems.
  • Guava leaves have also been reported to control prostate cancer and enlargement and increase sperm production,
  • Since guava leaves block the release of histamine (i.e. the chemical that your body releases in allergic and inflammatory reactions). In short, guava leaves can effectively block any allergic reaction.
  • Frequent use of a strong guava leaf tea (that has been boiled with a higher concentration of leaves until the water is reduced) has been used as a natural remedy for dengue fever.
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  1. Place about 2 guava leaves into a cup of water immediately after it has boiled
  2. Allow to steep for a few minutes before drinking
  3. Drink after meals, especially if you are concerned about the amount of (potential) sugar in the meal and want to control your blood sugar levels. This however is a short-term remedy to lower blood sugar levels. Alternatively for longer term effects in the case of pre-diabetes or mild type 2 diabetes, drink guava leaf tea with all meals for roughly 3 months to establish more long lasting blood sugar levels that are lower than before this natural diabetes treatment.
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To date, we have been unable to find any documented contraindications.


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