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I. Background of the Study

Gumamela is a shrub that grows from one meter up to 4 meters high. Gumamela is also known as: Hibiscus, China Rose and Shoeflower. In the Philippines, gumamela is cultivated as an ornamental plant. The gumamela flower comes in many colors: red, yellow, orange, white, purple, pink and other color combinations.

Gumamela leaves, usually blended with Rose Hip has long been used in the Middle East and Okinawa as herbal tea. Today, the use of gumamela tea is gaining worldwide popularity - including Asia. Gumamela (Hibiscus) is associated with longevity.(http://www.philippineherbalmedicine.org/gumamela.htm)

Gumamela has many purposes. The gumamela flower is popularly known amongst the Filipino children, particularly in the past. Gumamela was used as a subtitute for soap for making bubbles, which was very common in every Fiipino garden. This is done by crushing the flower in water, while mixing. This would then produce the same soapy substance that the children would use to produce bubbles The gumamela flowers is being used by some locals as alternative medicine. In some places in the Philippines, a paste made from gumamela flower buds are applied as a poultice to boils, cancerous swellings and mumps. A decoration of the roots, barks, leaves and flowers are also used as a skin softener.

II. Problem of the Study

This study was conducted to answer the following problem:

* Will a gumamela flower can really be a dish soap? * If a gumamela flower can be used for dish soap, how can you make one?

III. Hypothesis of the Study

If a gumamela can be used as dishwashing liquid, then we can make our own dish soap naturally.

IV. Scope and Limitations

In this study, we want to exclude the feasibility of gumamela as dishwashing liquid. As a researher, what makes us have difficulty on this study is on how will people…...

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.... Background of the Study Gumamela is a shrub that grows from one meter up to 4 meters high. Gumamela is also known as: Hibiscus, China Rose and Shoeflower. In the Philippines, gumamela is cultivated as an ornamental plant. The gumamela flower comes in many colors: red, yellow, orange, white, purple, pink and other color combinations. Gumamela leaves, usually blended with Rose Hip has long been used in the Middle East and Okinawa as herbal tea. Today, the use of gumamela tea is gaining worldwide popularity - including Asia. Gumamela (Hibiscus) is associated with longevity.(http://www.philippineherbalmedicine.org/gumamela.htm) Gumamela has many purposes. The gumamela flower is popularly known amongst the Filipino children, particularly in the past. Gumamela was used as a subtitute for soap for making bubbles, which was very common in every Fiipino garden. This is done by crushing the flower in water, while mixing. This would then produce the same soapy substance that the children would use to produce bubbles The gumamela flowers is being used by some locals as alternative medicine. In some places in the Philippines, a paste made from gumamela flower buds are applied as a poultice to boils, cancerous swellings and mumps. A decoration of the roots, barks, leaves and flowers are also used as a skin softener. II. Problem of the Study This study was conducted to answer the following problem: * Will a gumamela flower can really be a dish soap? * If a......

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...Asdvsd I. Background of the Study Gumamela is a shrub that grows from one meter up to 4 meters high. Gumamela is also known as: Hibiscus, China Rose and Shoeflower. In the Philippines, gumamela is cultivated as an ornamental plant. The gumamela flower comes in many colors: red, yellow, orange, white, purple, pink and other color combinations. Gumamela leaves, usually blended with Rose Hip has long been used in the Middle East and Okinawa as herbal tea. Today, the use of gumamela tea is gaining worldwide popularity - including Asia. Gumamela (Hibiscus) is associated with longevity.(http://www.philippineherbalmedicine.org/gumamela.htm) Gumamela has many purposes. The gumamela flower is popularly known amongst the Filipino children, particularly in the past. Gumamela was used as a subtitute for soap for making bubbles, which was very common in every Fiipino garden. This is done by crushing the flower in water, while mixing. This would then produce the same soapy substance that the children would use to produce bubbles The gumamela flowers is being used by some locals as alternative medicine. In some places in the Philippines, a paste made from gumamela flower buds are applied as a poultice to boils, cancerous swellings and mumps. A decoration of the roots, barks, leaves and flowers are also used as a skin softener. II. Problem of the Study This study was conducted to answer the following problem: * Will a gumamela flower can really be a dish soap? * If......

Words: 329 - Pages: 2