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Lesser known benefits of soursop tea

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Soursop (Annona muricata), sometimes called guyabano or graviola, is a blooming exotic fruit grown primarily in the Philippines and South America. The fruit, pertaining to the cherimoyas, also referred to as ticklish custard apple.

The best well-known way of eating this health and wellness miracle is to have it in the form of tea. Lots of suppliers combine the leaves, bark and also stems into tea powder that can be consumed immediately. Since the leaves, bark and also stems are the richest source of valuable nutrients that are also discovered in the soursop fruit, the tea extracted from them gives the very best nourishment and also best capacity to overcome conditions and also tackle typical ailments.

According to the FIM Labs in Havana, Cuba, soursop consists of ascorbic acid, calcium, phosphorus, iron, lysine, methionine, niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, tryptophan, as well as Vitamin A. All these rich aspects can be now found in soursop tea. While it is extremely well-known for its recovery properties, not many individuals know that it should also be made use of throughout a variety of health conditions. For e.g. the tea has tryptophan, a chemical that promotes tiredness and relaxation.

4 Replies to “Lesser known benefits of soursop tea”

    1. Hi Drew,

      Yes, it is said this plant does have healing properties and we have had other customers use this for COPD also. I do not know the outcome of the treatment though but its worth a try. I personally use it to help with my sarcoidosis and it helps.

    1. Hi Drew,

      I’m not sure this could regrow the alveoli sacks but it certainly won’t hurt, in fact, it will help your energy levels and make you feel better overall.

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