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A Complete Guide to Making Graviola Tea and Cooking with Soursop Leaves

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A Complete Guide to Making Graviola Tea and Cooking with Soursop Leaves

Have you heard that soursop tea has tumor shrinking effects? Learn how to make Graviola tea and cook with soursop fruit to release its health benefits here.

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How to determine soursop ripeness

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How to determine soursop ripeness

In this video we show you how to determine when to cut fresh soursop fruit so that you can eat it when it is sweet and ripe.  The greatest error people make is cutting soursop when it is too hard. And some people will even throw out fully ripe fruit thinking it is bad, when it is at its maximum deliciousness.  The softer and juicier the better tasting. Play this video to learn when to eat your fresh soursop fruit. Runtime: 6:38 minutes  

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Is Soursop and Graviola The Same Fruit And Tree?

Is Soursop and Graviola The Same Fruit And Tree?

Soursop and graviola are synonyms, meaning they are words used interchangeably to reference the same thing: a large evergreen fruit tree that produces a spiny green fruit with a sweet custardy pulp.   Most call it Soursop. Some call it Graviola. These are words that reference the same thing. Botanists call it Annona Muricata. Spanish speakers use the word guanabana to describe it. And Filipinos use the word guyabano.  The fruit that comes from the soursop or graviola tree is also known by the same words. So it can get rather confusing. You might use the words this way: "I like soursop". Or "I love to eat graviola"....

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What Is the Soursop Fruit Good For?

What Is the Soursop Fruit Good For?

Have you ever heard of the complex, flavorful, nutrient-rich soursop fruit? Soursop, also called graviola, has a slew of amazing health benefits. It provides relief to irritated skin. It can treat eczema, slow aging, and combat head lice. Even cancer patients have utilized it for its many cancer-fighting characteristics. And not only that, but it tastes great, too! Some say it tastes like a combination of a strawberry and an apple. It has a slight sour note from the citric acid. And it has the smooth, creamy texture of a banana. In other words, it's a fruit salad dish blended into one spikey,...

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10 Benefits of Soursop Tea and Leaves for Skin and Hair

10 Benefits of Soursop Tea and Leaves for Skin and Hair

Are you comfortable with your appearance? Or, are you one of the 81 percent of people who would like to be happier with the way they look.

When it comes to enhancing your appearance, clear skin and healthy, shiny hair go a long way.

But, how do you get these things? From expensive creams and shampoos? From endless trips to the spa?

Actually, one way to naturally improve the health and appearance of your hair and skin is to make drinking soursop tea a regular part of your routine. Read on to learn more about the ten beauty-boosting benefits of soursop tea.

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