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Soursop tea questions and answers

We have pulled together the most commonly asked questions and answers about soursop tea for you here. You can ask us additional questions in the box at the bottom of this page. What is soursop tea? Is soursop tea the same as graviola tea or guanabana tea? Where can I buy whole graviola leaves teas […]

Soursop Nutrition Values

Soursop nutrition values

Dietary information about graviola fruit A typical serving of the soursop fruit is low in calories and high in nutrients, like fiber and vitamin C. For facts on a 3.5 oz (100g) serving of raw soursop — think the size of half a medium sized apple — read the following nutritional summary data, then scroll down […]

Soursop fruit is a superfruit for health

Soursop fruit is a superfruit for amazing health

.Please note: This article refers to soursop graviola and guanabana. These three words refer to the same tree and fruit. A soursop fruit is the same thing as graviola fruit and guanabana fruit. Same goes for references to the soursop tree. If you have visited Mexico, the islands of the Caribbean, or the northern countries […]

soursop punch

Soursop Punch Recipe

The best soursop punch recipe: This delicious chilled soursop punch is a crowd pleaser that will wow anyone that likes tropical punch drinks, especially fans of pina coladas. Ingredients for soursop punch 1 soursop fruit, peeled and cut into chunks (or use this vacuumed sealed soursop in a jar) 2 tablespoons white sugar (or to […]

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Soursop toxicity

What is the toxicity of soursop The presence of the alkaloids anonaine and annonacin has been reported in soursop fruit (also known as Guanabana and Graviola). Annonacin that has been found to possess in vitro anticancer activity. It can arrest cell growth. It can also cause apoptosis, which is death of cells that occurs as a normal […]

history of soursop

History of Soursop

The history of Soursop spans back to 1526, when it was one of the first fruit trees carried from the North American continent across the Pacific to southeastern China, and Australia. It was also brought to the western shores of Africa. Soursop was noted by Spanish historian Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes in 1526 […]

Soursop Smoothie Recipe

Soursop smoothie recipe

Want to make a delicious healthy soursop smoothie? It’s easy. All you need to do is follow the recipe below. Ingredients: 2 cups of soursop pulp – fresh or canned 2 cups of filtered water Half a fresh lime 1 tsp of agave nectar (optional) How to make a soursop smoothie Remove the skin from […]