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One Month Supply Soursop / Guyabana / Graviola Dried Leaves (good Quality Tea) For Sale
The Soursop is a large fruit native predominantly in Central & South America, the Caribbean and the Far East. It is even grown in Florida and yet is widely overlooked by the majority of Westerners. So, to help you discover an exciting and versatile new fruit here's a product description for Soursop and an overview of it's most common uses.The Soursop is the large, green citrus fruit of an evergreen tree with yellowy flowers. Essential to cultures aware of it, the leaves, seeds, bark and wood as well as fruit is put to good use. The fruit itself is acidy, smells somewhat like a pineapple and is a mass of white juicy segments and black pips. It can be eaten raw and used in drinks as well as a wide range of alternative medicinal uses. It contains high levels of vitamins C,B1 and B12.Here is a quick summary of the ways it is used in natural medicine:* The seeds have emetic properties and so are used to help the body reject poisoning bacteria.* The leaves are used to ease skin afflictions such as eczema & boils. They can also be used to eliminate bedbugs and head-lice naturally and effectively.* Cystitis and other Urinary Tract Infections.The fruit juice made from the soursop is said to be diuretic (ie increases the volume of urine produced) which helps the body flush the infection causing bacteria out of the urinary tract. For the same reason it can be said to help kidney infections and liver ailments also.* Coughs and coldsThe flowers of the soursop help relieve catarrh and the coughs associated with them and the high levels of vitamin C in the fruit helps prevent colds and relieve the symptoms.* CancerIt is thought that eating soursop or drinking the juice regularly may help prevent cancers. More remarkably, the leaves of the soursop, taken as a herbal infusion, are believed to help reduce cancerous cells in patients. Much like chemotherapy, the tea is thought to target the abnormal cells, killing them or inhibiting growth. Unlike chemo there are no known adverse side effects. There is certainly more research being done on this but, as a natural product and a citrus fruit it can't do any harm to try and is more likely to benefit you than not.* Insomnia - the leaves of the soursop are known for having sedative properties and helping promote a good nights sleep.* It also has analgesic and anti-spasmodic properties and is used in a wide variety of situations from lumbago to child-birth!This unique and diverse plant that has proved itself priceless to the societies where it grows and which is bound to become more prevalent in the Western world as time goes on... Hand picked in Guyana.