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Got hypertension, take Soursop leaf

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High blood pressure or typically called hypertension is an illness that alarming. A total of 31 % of the Australian population have the condition, according to research study, there are still about 76 % of stats are undiagnosed high blood pressure as well. High blood pressure does pass by victims, not just the senior however youngsters can be influenced. If pregnant ladies with high blood pressure the danger of maternal and infant death boosts. For that reason, the specialists attempted to analyse the natural component to deal with high blood pressure and eventually found the advantages of soursop leaves for high blood pressure.

In addition to these advantages, soursop likewise has other functions and can be utilised for several other health issues. Other parts of the soursop tree can be made use of to the maximum, among which is the soursop leaf for other health issues besides for high blood pressure.

Soursop fruit is excellent for usage since it includes hardly any fat. Soursop likewise consists of a great deal of Vitamin C that has the ability to fulfill the body’s day-to-day requirement for Vitamin C.  Soursop consists of a great deal of water and fiber so helpful for food digestion.

18 Replies to “Got hypertension, take Soursop leaf”

  1. I have not used either the soursop or the leaves before now. I develop interest as soon as I read the benefit from your net. Therefore I am interested if you put through in a separate mail via my email concerning the treatment of sugar situation or diabetes and muscle and joint pains with the soursop leaves.

    1. Hi David,

      Due to everyone being different its hard to say. I know that he would see a difference in the first couple of weeks but he may need to take it indefinitely as a maintenance amount of 1 cup per day.

  2. Is it possible instead of making a batch, to make one cup at a time with the leaves? I have leukemia. I am getting chemo 1 week a month, and need red blood transfusions twice a month, plus platelet transfusions twice a week. I would drink the 3 cups a day for 30 days, but with my illness I don’t believe there is any way to check with my Doctor to see, if there is improvement without doing a bone marrow biopsy which I don’t think she would do for this reason.
    So I feel the regimen of 30 days, 3 cups a day, with the ten day rest period is the way to go. Do you agree? If not, what would you suggest?

    1. Hi Carolyn,

      Given your circumstances, it would be best to follow the 30 days, 3 cups a day if you can manage this.

  3. With 10 day resting period? Also, could this be put in a crockpot on low overnight so it’s ready when I wake up.
    Thank you so much for your quick response ☺️

  4. Could this be put in a crockpot on low overnight so it’s ready when I wake up.
    Thank you so much for your quick response ☺️

    1. Hi Carolyn,

      Yes, you can do that or even better is to make it the night before and let the leaves stay in the pot overnight. This way all the goodness from the leaves is drawn out. It will be slightly weaker but nit a great deal.

  5. Thank you so much for your quick replies. Now at least I know what I’m doing, not just guessing. Until I saw your website I was.making enough to last two or 3 days not knowing that the first eight hours it’s the most potent, and after that the potency starts to weaken. I understand it doesn’t weaken that much in 24 hours so making it the night before and letting the leaves soak overnight it is still good for the next day.

  6. I have heard of just boiling leaves 20 minutes, and I also heard of boiling down to half, as you have suggested. What Is the reason for boiling it down to half?

    1. Hi Carolyn,

      You may have been misled as I would not have said to boil them to half as our instructions state to bring them to the boil, then simmer for 10-20 minutes.

      1. I guess that’s what is confusing. The instructions on your how to make the tea it says to bring the water to a boil and as it boils add 5 to 7 leaves, then turn heat down and simmer for 20 minutes. But in the video on this page, Dr. Paul Leader says boil 16 leaves in one liter of water, and boil down to half. I kind of thought he was answering my inquiries. Sorry to keep asking questions, I just want to get this right.

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