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Guyabano is a green pear shape fruit that is known to have many medicinal benefits.

Nutritional Value of Guyabano

Guyabano fruit is high in carbohydrates, particularly fructose. The fruit also contains significant amounts of vitamin C, vitamin B1, and vitamin B2.

Uses of guyabano fruit / Juice from guyabano fruit

-Used as diuretic,

-Treatment of hematuria and urethritis

-Treat Dysentery

-Treat Scurvy

Uses of concoction of bark, roots and leaves

-To treat diabetes

-As tranquilizer and sedative

Uses of concoction prepared from guyabano leaves

-As soporific or to cause one to sweat

-As an agent to cause vomiting (emetic)

-As tranquilizer and sedative

-To treat head lice and bedbugs and other parasites

-To treat inflammation

-Treatment for eczema and skin diseases

-Treatment of catarrh or inflammation of mucous membrane in the respiratory tract.

-Treatment of pain and inflammation associated with arthritis, rheumatism

Uses of concoction prepared from pulverized guyabano seeds

-As skin astringent

-Treat muscle spasms

-Treat dysentery

Guyabano Ale


-1 kilo ripe guyabano
-4 cups water
-3/4 cup sugar
-Calamansi juice


Wash and peel fruits. Remove the core and seeds. Then cut pulp into small pieces.

Heat in four cups water. Cool. Strain mix­ture through a clean cheese cloth into a pitcher, then squeeze the juice.

Add sugar and enough Calamansi juice or make the mixture a little sour. Serve with ice cubes. Add more sugar if desired.

Cancer Prevention - Guyabano Health Benefits.

Unfortunately, research revolving around guyabano’s healing properties is lacking in the scientific world, but so far researchers have been studying guyabano for its ability to protect against cancer and reduce side-effects of chemotherapy.

Leaves from the guyabano tree are “killed cancer cells among six human cell lines”.

The researchers also found that the leaves were particularly effective for prostate and pancreatic cancers.

The National Cancer Institute found that guyabano’s “leaves and stems were found effective in attacking and destroying malignant cells. After the 1976 findings, that were apparently never released to the public, other research studies came out with similar conclusions.