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What is Soursop?  Soursop (Annona muricata) also known as graviola, Brazilian pawpaw, or guanabana is a tree belonging to the custard apple family and grown for its sizable yet edible fruits. The Soursop leaves are derived from the Soursop tree and their shape is broad-ended oval and the color of evergreen. The tree was introduced in the Old-World tropics and is native to the tropical regions of the Americas and Caribbean. 

Organic Soursop Leaves

  • Benefits of Using Soursop Leaves

    May help with diabetes, depression, cancer, arthritis, ulcers, gout, anemia, kidney, fever & coughs, gallbladder, healthy skin & hair, high blood pressure, fight infections, inflammation, insomnia, respiratory health, boost immune system, gastrointestinal health, and rheumatic ailments (osteoporosis, back pain) etc.

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