Guava herbal Tea (Psidium guajava Linné)

Guava Herbal Tea (Psidium guajava Linné)


Diarrhea | Blood Pressure | Cholesterol

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Guava leaves and stems

If you have diarrhoea, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol, try a natural infusion with guava leaves and stems. It is rich in vitamins and minerals that promote normal digestive function.

Ingredients: 100% Guava leaves and stems (Psidium guajava).

Health Benefits of Guava Herbal Tea

Due to its anti-inflammatory action, Guava Herbal Tea is recommended for treating diarrhoea, lowering blood pressure and balancing cholesterol. By improving intestinal well-being, it can be an excellent ally for treating dysentery, a type of gastroenteritis defined by diarrhoea with traces of blood that causes intense pain and trips to the bathroom. Part of the potential of Guava Herbal Tea is due to its influence on the proper functioning of the digestive process by stimulating the production of digestive enzymes. This prevents the appearance of inflammation in the stomach and intestines.

Guava Herbal Tea is also indicated for relieving cough. In Japan, this natural drink has been approved for the prevention and treatment of diabetes because it has components that inhibit the absorption of two types of sugar, maltose, and sucrose. Some studies indicate that guava tea may play an important role in the treatment of dengue fever.

Other indications: bronchitis, prostate problems, weight loss, toothache, hair loss, menstrual cramps, anxiety, depression, acne, and skin sores.


The Guava tree is a small tree of the Myrtaceae family well known for the juicy fruit it produces – the Guava – which we all know. This tree is very common in regions of South America and can reach a height of about 6 meters.

Water temperature: 100º

Infusion time: 7 to 10 minutes.

Recommended quantity: Approx. 1 teaspoon of Guava leaves and stems per teacup (240ml). For 1L (1000ml) of tea, use 1 tablespoon.

Dosage: Drink 2 to 3 cups per day, before meals.

How to prepare: place 1 teaspoon of guava in a pan with boiled water. Cover and leave to infuse for 7 to 10 minutes. Finally, strain and allow to cool slightly before drinking. For best results, practice a healthy lifestyle.

Store in a cool, dry place away from light.

Warnings: This plant should be avoided by pregnant women or babies, even by anyone with hypersensitivity to the plant's active ingredients.

NOTE: The image shown is only a suggested presentation, and the type of cut and dimensions of the plant may vary in the supply or time of year, keeping all the quality, functionalities, and properties of the tea unchanged.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 392 reviews
Fabiana Raposo
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Excelente para os meus problemas gástricos e intestinais.
Estava com crises insuportáveis de azia que acalmaram de imediato.

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