Red guava has many benefits for the body, especially if we have dengue fever, red guava can accelerate the healing process because it has more vitamin C than oranges. Red guava can be eaten directly, made juice or made as syrup.

But you have to be careful because the guava has a lot of seeds, so if it is used as a syrup, the seeds must be filtered first. You can buy red guava in traditional markets, modern markets, or in fruit shops and make sure the fruit you buy still looks fresh. Here's how to make red guava syrup.


  • 1 kg of red guava is fresh, washed, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 400 grams of sugar
  • 1 liter of water
  1. Mix the guava which has been chopped with 500 ml of water then blend.
  2. Pour in a saucepan, add 500 ml of water and 400 grams of sugar and boil.
  3. Remove the foam and strain it.
  4. Serve as a fresh drink plus water with ice cubes.
It's easy to make this one guava syrup recipe. You can try it at home. But if you are lazy to make it, red guava syrup is available in packaging and you can drink it immediately without having to bother making it. But it's better if you make it yourself because it is feared that if you drink guava syrup directly from the packaging, there is an artificial sweetener that is not good for health. It's better if you make this syrup yourself. Well, good luck!

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