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Soursop for Herpes

Have you heard of using soursop (graviola or guanabana) to treat herpes? While soursop is a well known natural treatment for cancer, insomnia, and  digestive issues, not very many people know that it can also be used to treat the herpes virus. Herpes is an infection caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). The virus […]

soursop for back pain

Soursop for back pain

Make tea from soursop leaves for back pain: Suffering back pain can be debilitating. And, it is a common malady these days for many people. You can use soursop leaves for back pain by using the leaves for soursop tea. It can be a good remedy to treat back pain, without the side effects that […]

soursop ice tea recipe

Soursop Ice Tea

This soursop ice tea recipe is from Cary at FreshGraviola.com Soursop Ice Tea Recipe Boil about 5-7 graviola (soursop) leaves in 1-2 quarts water for about 10-20 minutes (order them here) Add 1 regular orange pekoe tea bag Add 3 green tea bags Add 3 flavored tea bags – like raspberry tea – and let […]

Best soursop recipes

Soursop recipes to make at home Soursop is not only an amazing healthy fruit, but is also very versatile as an ingredient in food. Here are our top 10 favorite soursop recipes you can make at home: Soursop Ice Cream – The creamy, sweet texture of soursop is ideal as the focus on icec cream, […]

soursop cancer research

Soursop and cancer research

A summary of all the cancer research on soursop and its tumor-fighting properties Soursop, also known as guanabana, graviola, cherimoya, custard apple, and Brazilian paw paw, is a little-known fruit that grows in the rainforests of Africa, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean and South America. It comes from an evergreen tree (Annona muricata) where all parts […]

Guanabana fruit

What is guanabana fruit used for?

Guanabana fruit is also known as soursop and is harvested from the graviola tree. The tall tropical tree is a small, upright evergreen tree that grows 15 to 18 ft (5 to 6 meters) in height. The guanabana tree produces a large heart-shaped edible guanabana fruit that is 6 to 9 inches long. The inedible […]

Cancer patient

Can soursop cure cancer?

The debate about soursop as a cancer cure Soursop has a long history of being used to fight cancer naturally. People who live in tropical climates and have readily accessible soursop fruit (guanabana) that’s grown locally. The tree is often found in people’s backyards. The fruit tree’s leaves has long been used to make soursop […]

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Where to buy fresh soursop

If you want to buy soursop fruit, it can sometimes be tough to find in North America. It is not always available in your local store or supermarket.  Here is why: Why fresh soursop is hard to find Fresh soursop fruit is grown primarily in tropical areas of the world. That includes northern and central […]