How To Make Guava Leaf Tea With Fresh And Dried Leaves

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In this guide, you are going to be informed on how to make guava leaf tea with fresh and dried leaves.

Overview

Preparing and using guava leaf tea may sound simple from the first place, but in reality, it is not.

This is because there are guidelines and recommended dosages that are required to be followed.

And failure to follow these guidelines may result in health-related problems.

Keep reading to find ways on how to properly prepare and use guava leaf tea.

How to Prepare Guava Leaf Tea

There are basic two ways to prepare guava leaf tea. One method involves steeping the guava leaves in hot water and the other method involves boiling the guava leaf tea on heat.

Using Hot Water to Make Guava Leaf Tea

In this method, you need to boil water to a boiling point. And then directly add the hot water to a container containing the guava leaves.

Here is how to do it with dry guava leaves:

 

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grounds guava leaves

Measure out 2 tablespoons of grounds guava leaves into a plastic or glass jar.

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adding water to container containing grounds guava leaves

 

Then, add about 200ml of hot water to the jar containing the grounds guava leaves.

Allow the tea to steep for 15-20 minutes. After 20 minutes, use your favorite strainer to strain the tea into another clean container with lid and cover.

The above method is for ground guava leaves. Here is how to prepare guava leaf tea with fresh guava leaves:

Find out 5 to 10 fresh guava leaves and wash them thoroughly with clean water.

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fresh guava leaves

Place them inside a glass or plastic jar. Then, add your hot water on top of the leaves. Let the leaves to fully steeped in the water for about 15-20 minutes.

After this time, strain the tea using a fine strainer into another container with lid and cap.

How to Prepare Guava Leaf Tea with Boiling

This method involves placing the guava leaves in a boiling pot containing water and boil for the recommended time.

Here is how to prepare guava leaves tea using boiling with grounds guava leaves:

Measure out 5-10 tablespoons of grounds guava leaves and add to a boiling pot. Then, add 750ml or 1 liter of water into the boiling pot.

Place the boiling pot on heat and boil for about 15-20 minutes. After this time, remove the boiling pot from heat.

Allow the tea to cool down to room temperature in the boiling pot. When the tea cooled down, strain using a fine strainer of your choice into another clean container with lid and cover.

This is a method for ground guava leaves. Here is how to prepare with fresh guava leaves:

Find out 10-15 fresh guava leaves and wash them properly with clean water. Place these leaves into a boiling pot.

Then, add about 750ml or 1 liter of water into the boiling pot. Place the boiling pot on heat and boil for about 15-20 minutes.

Allow the guava leaf decoction to cool down to room temperature. Then, use your strainer to strain the guava leaf tea into another clean container with lid and cover.

How To Use Guava Leaves Tea

Divide the 1 liter guava leaf tea that you prepared into 4 parts.

Drink two parts during the first 24 hours of preparation. While the remaining two parts should drink during the next 24 hours.

Make sure you finish the 1L guava tea within 48 hours to prevent the tea from deterioration and contamination by microorganisms.

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Frequently asked Questions

Can I Boil Guava Leaves and Drink?

You can boil the leaves of guava and drink if you are suffering from stomach problems, infertility, and sleep problems.

How Long Should I Boil Guava Leaves?

You can boil guava leaves for up to 15 minutes.

When Should I Drink Guava Leaf Tea?

When you prepare your guava leaf tea, allow the tea to cool down to room temperature. Then, drink the tea before bedtime or after a meal.

What are the Side Effects of Drinking Guava Leaves tea?

Guava leaves tea is generally safe. But, people who drink too much guava leaf tea reported constipation. Learn more about the side effects of guava leaf tea

Can Guava Boost Sperm?

People with low sperm count can use guava leaves tea to increase their sperm count and viability. Learn more about the benefits of guava leaves for infertility.

Can Guava Leaves Burn Belly Fat?

Guava leaves tea is good for reducing the weight and burning of bad cholesterol.

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Does Guava Leaf Grow Hair?

Guava leaves contain lycopene and vitamin C. And these nutrients help improve collagen formation and hair growth. Find more information on the health benefits of guava leaves for hair growth

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Conclusion

We have taken a step by step guide to explain how to prepare and use guava leaf tea in the article.

We hope that this guide helps you on how to make guava leaves tea. We would love to hear your questions and views about this guide. So, do write to us in the comment section below.

References

Rahmat A, Abu Bakar MF, Faezah N, Hambali Z. The effects of consumption of guava (Psidium guajava) or papaya (Carica papaya) on total antioxidant and lipid profile in normal male youth. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2004;13(Suppl):S136.  

Jaradat NA, Ayesh OI, Anderson C. Ethnopharmacological survey about medicinal plants utilized by herbalists and traditional practitioner healers for treatments of diarrhea in the West Bank/Palestine. J Ethnopharmacol. 2016;182:57-66. 

Comments

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      Idris

      No, it is not necessary to add all those things. It is even not recommended for sweeteners and sugars. However, if you like, you can add honey to the guava leaf tea.

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