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 you risk from pharmaceutical medications used for pain management.
Note that you might see the leaves advertised as guanabana leaves, soursop leaves or graviola leaves. These are three different words for the same tree (and fruit).
The active ingredient is highly concentrated in the leaves, twigs and bark, so best to use these and not the soursop fruit.
Here’s how to use soursop leaves as a back pain remedy:
- Buy some air dried organic soursop leaves (also called graviola leaves) from Soursopstore.com
- Crush 5 large dried soursop leaves
- Boil 5 cups of water
- Drop leaves into water
- Reduce to until only 3 cups of water are left.
- Drink ¾ cup of this soursop leaf once in a day for back pain relief.
Note: Some people drink 1 cup (250 ml) of the soursop tea for back pain that they consume 3 times per day before each meal, because it hits the bloodstream faster.
Caution: Avoid soursop consumption by small children under the age of 2, and pregnant and nursing mothers. Over use of soursop can lead to soursop toxicity. Always consult your naturopath or health care provider for professional medical guidance.