Guava Leaves Extract as Main Ingredient in Making Herbal Soap for Washing Wounds

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In the next of our series on Far Eastern plant we look at Guava or Psidium guajava. In folk medicine, extracts of roots, bark, and leaves are used to treat gastroenteritis, vomiting, diarrhoea, dysentery, wounds, ulcers, toothache, coughs, sore throat, inflamed gums, and a number of other conditions (Morton 1987). This plant seemed worthy of an in depth review.

"Guava leaves extract as main ingredient in making Herbal Soap for washing wounds" Introduction: 
Background of the Study: 
Nowadays, people have using different herbal soap that are expensive and less effective. The researcher aims to make an effective and cheaper herbal soap. Like guava leaves , it contains both major antioxidant pigments, carotene and poly phenols giving them high dietary antioxidant value among plant foods.  Guava leaves has a benefits in making herbal soap because it has that properties that can make the skin look good and protects the skin.  Statement of the problem: 

The researcher aims to answer the following questions: 
1.) Is the guava leaves extract effective in making herbal soap?  2.) Does guava leaves extract effective for washing wounds?  Hypothesis: 
1.) The guava leaves is effective in making herbal soap. 
2.) Guava leaves extract is effective for washing wounds. 
Significance of the study: 
The significance of the study is to have a beneficial usage of guava leaves. Specifically on the fresh green leaves. This study also aims to produce an affordable herbal soap by making use of the natural properties of guava leaves extract. This product is more on natural properties that can cure skin infections like skin allergies, rashes and skin itchiness and does not mix with chemicals that may damaged our skin.  Scope and Limitations: 

This study needs furthermore improvement , research and also this study is only limited on the use of caustic soda because we all know that to much of caustic soda may cause skin itchiness. 

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