Soursop (Guyabano) Tea

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of the study is to investigate production of tea from guyabano leaves. It also deals with the investigation of the quality of the tea produced and compares it to commercialized tea.

The tea was produced by following the method of cutting, drying and heating. The finished product was then tested for its quality through testing and comparison to commercialized tea.

As based on the results, the guyabano leaves can be made into a tea. The tea produced from guyabano leaves following an easy steps, the tea was observed yellowish brown in color and pure in odor. It is an environment friendly because the material used was natural. Compared to commercialized tea, this produced product from guyabano leaves has a great advantage to the consumer because it is affordable. It also helps to alleviate the garbage in the environment.

The product has a potential to be commercialized.
CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

Background of the Study cell killer

All plant parts are used in natural medicine, including bark, leaves, roots and fruits, but the part that contains the greatest concentration of active ingredient is the leaf.

Guyabano leaf and bark (Powder), cure diabetes by regulating blood sugar, which shows its high effectiveness in endocrine commitments: liver, kidney, thyroid, pancreas, ovary, prostate, intestines, muscle relaxant smooth (heart), gall bladder, appendix and fights lung cancer or Lewis, breast cancer and brain tumors, hypotensive, anti-spasmodic, vasodilator, eliminates dust mites that cause asthma and bronchial diseases. The leaf tea cure liver problems, improves the function of the pancreas. It is effective to deworm children, malaria cure, indicated to raise the defenses in patients with chemotherapy and also for people with HIV (AIDS).

The researchers aim to produce high quality tea product out of guyabano leaves that are inexpensive.

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