Quantity: 5 Leaves per order.
Single Serving: Pour 2 1/2 cups of cold water with 2 to 3 leaves into pot. Bring water to a boil for 8 to 10 minutes. Let leaves sit for 3 minutes. Pour into cup then drink. If adding to smoothies, juice, or ice cream let tea cool then add as you please.
One should only consume Soursop tea 2 to 3 times a month. Check with Doctor before consuming tea.
Information: Some sources describe the fruit as having a musky taste, while others compare the taste to that of a banana or a papaya.
Soursop trees are native to tropical areas in North and South America. People use the leaves of the soursop fruit tree to make soursop tea. Soursop is also called graviola, so the drink may also be referred to as graviola tea. Other names for soursop include guanabana, custard apple, and Brazilian paw paw.
Some people also combine soursop tea with other ingredients including soursop fruit, matcha, or other herbal blends to tailor the taste or boost the health benefits.
Soursop is high in Vitamin C, an antioxidant known to boost immune health. The vitamin strengthens your immune system, improving its ability to defend against pathogens. It also promotes the destruction of free radicals, which can help to protect your skin and cells from environmental oxidative damage. One whole soursop fruit contains 215% of your recommended daily allowance of vitamin C.
Soursop (the leaves) contains many other antioxidants, including phytosterols, tannins, and flavonoids. Antioxidants play a role in your overall health and may help to protect against a variety of health conditions.
Soursop disadvantages: Soursop or Graviola (also known as Soursop) may cause nerve damage and movement problems, especially with long-term use. It may also cause serious neuropathy that leads to Parkinson-like symptoms, such as tremors or stiff muscles. If someone has Parkinson's disease, graviola may make their symptoms worse.
Check with your doctor before consuming Soursop leaves.
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