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Soursop Tea Leaves

Soursop tea is an herbal tea that is made from the leaves of the soursop fruit tree. 

Soursop Tea Side Effects

The side effects of soursop tea can be quite intense. They include stomach upset, heart problems, neural issues, and drug interactions. While some of the potential benefits of this tea sound incredible, the risks cannot be ignored, and moderation should be used whenever consuming this tea or the fruit of the same plant.

How to Prepare soursop tea and drinkStep 1 

Boil 1 liter of water, then take 15 soursop dry leaves (fresh or dried ones both have same value) and 1 small stem, cut into small pieces and put into the boiling water.

Step 2  

Don't close the vessel and Continue to boil the water on small flame for 30 mins, until the water evaporates to 500 ml.

Now the soursop tea is ready to drink. Drink 1 cup (165ml) filtered soursop tea hot or warm or cool, 3 times every day, in the morning, afternoon and in the night.

For better taste you can add 1/2 spoon of lime juice ,2 pudina leaves and add some honey (not sugar). After drinking, the body may feel the effects of heat, but no side effects. To cool the body drink 3 glasses of fruit juice like sweet lime or pineapple or eat watermelon, and drink 3 glasses of buttermilk every day. In 2 weeks’, time you can feel the benefits of soursop yourself, and in 4 weeks’ time the improvements can be felt clearly. .

Note: Take Soursop tea 30 mins. before food always to be more effective




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