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posted this in Learning Centers, Philippines on Monday, June 7, 2010

Goducate Guava Soap helps poor kid

Khen is the 14th child out of 16 children. He had just graduated from our Goducate learning center (Day care).

After graduation he suffered fungal infection in his arm. His family wants him to see the doctor, yet did not have the resources for the financial needs,, they sought for alternative healing (herbal method- in different ways), until one of our Goducate teacher recommended the use of our Guava soap.

Water Boiled from Guava leaves are commonly used to treat – newly circumcise patient) commonly believe it heals the wounds faster..

Before Khen could use up his second soap bought by her mother Linda (who is one of Goducate’s ALS student), the infection had been dried slowly. No other medicine had been used.

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1 comment to Goducate Guava Soap helps poor kid

  • Ace Elarmo

    In school (when i was an elem.) we used guava soap to wash our hands instead of safeguard soap or beauty soap because teachers believed that guava soap is better than the other soap.

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