Graviola is rich in vitamins and minerals, which contribute to the health benefits:
Boil a cup of water
Once water is finished boiling add about 4 leaves into the water.
Cover pot or kettle and let sit for about 10 minutes
Graviola contain a bounty of vitamins and minerals, but the stem, bark and leaves are rich in antioxidants, which help the body fight against free radical damage to cells.
May regulate blood glucose
Certain ingredients in Graviola include phytochemicals, which may help to regulate blood glucose levels and prevent spikes. Maintaining a healthy blood sugar level is important because it can help protect the vessels that supply blood to important organs, such as the heart.
Graviola contains Vitamins B1 and B2, and Magnesium, each of which contribute to normal energy levels and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin B1 and Zinc (both of which can be found in Graviola) can give the immune system a helping hand. Graviola contains Potassium and Calcium, both of which contribute to the maintenance of normal muscle function.
In addition to its anticancer properties, some people use soursop to treat infections, coughs, weight loss, herpes, inflammation of the nose and throat, and parasitic infections such as lice. Others may use graviola tea or soursop fruit to induce vomiting or to increase relaxation.
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