Soursop is a rainforest plant that has been part of the natural and traditional medicine of Central and South America and the Caribbean for centuries. It has an extremely wide range of medicinal properties, which are distributed throughout the various parts of the plant.In the Amazon region, the bark, leaves and roots are used by diabetics to stabilize blood sugar.
The leaf tea is taken as a heart tonic in Guyana, a liver remedy in Brazil, and a treatment for insomnia, asthma, coughs and flu in the West Indies.
In the Netherlands Antilles, the leaves are put into one's pillowslip or strewn on the bed to promote a good night's sleep. An infusion of the leaves is commonly taken internally for the same purpose. It is taken as an analgesic and antispasmodic in Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador.
In Africa, it is given to children with fever and they are also bathed lightly with it. A tea from the leaves is regarded in the West Indies as a remedy for gall bladder trouble, as well as coughs, catarrh, diarrhea, dysentery and indigestion; is said to "cool the blood," and to end vomiting. Mashed leaves are used as a poultice to alleviate eczema and other skin afflictions and rheumatism.It's been called a Miracle tree.
Indigenous peoples from the Amazon jungle have used the bark, leaves, roots, flowers, fruit, and seed from the SourSop tree for centuries to treat heart disease, asthma, liver problems, arthritis, for cancer (all types), as a broad-spectrum internal and external antimicrobial to treat bacterial and fungal infections, for internal parasites and worms, for high blood pressure, depression, stress, and nervous disorders.
*Pain & Joint Relief
*Supports Restful Sleep
*Allergy & Sinus Support
*Blood Pressure Support
*Supports Heart Function
*Healthy Bladder Function
*Supports Immune Function
*Supports Healthy Cell Growth
*Supports Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails
*Supports Positive Mood and Balance
*Supports Healthy Weight Management
*Supports Liver, Kidneys and Colon Health
Ingredients: *Wild Harvested SourSop (Annona Muricata) leaves from the Carribean Island of Grenada (The Island of Spice).
(Approx. 3 leaves per 1 Cup of Water) Use distilled, filtered, or spring water.
Do not use an aluminum pot, only stainless steel or glassware.
Consult your healthcare provider on use of herbs during pregnancy, while nursing or with prescription drugs.
Disclaimer: This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.