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12 Guava Leaf Tea Benefits You Should Know About

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  • Experts believe that guava came from Southern Mexico all the way through Central America. Early Spanish colonizers in America helped spread the fruit globally by bringing it to the East Indies and Guam
  • Guava leaf tea is a beverage made by boiling the leaves in water. One of the traditional uses of this tea is for antidiabetic therapies, although other uses include helping relieve cough, rheumatism and mouth ulcers. The leaves can be utilized topically as well, depending on the illness

Guava is one of the most popular fruits grown around the world, with India being the global leader and Mexico coming in second. In the United States, Hawaii is the state with the highest production, with a total harvest of 1.7 million pounds in 2014 alone.


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