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Soursop Leaf Cut & Sifted
Soursop Leaves Cut & Sifted Tea from The Electric Eats

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Soursop Leaves (Graviola)

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    Soursop Leaf Cut & Sifted
    Soursop Leaves Cut & Sifted Tea from The Electric Eats

    Herb Details

    Soursop leaf and the soursop fruit is native to South America. The fruit is commonly found throughout the coastal region as well as the highlands of Ecuador – where our leaves are sourced from.

    The soursop fruit, as well as the leaf have many benefits that can help address various ailments within the body. 

    Traditionally, soursop leaf has been used to support health issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure, parasitic infections, herpes, colon inflammation skin irritation, and most commonly – cancer.


    Preliminary studies suggest that soursop leaves may have compounds with potential anti-cancer properties.

    May contribute to digestive health, alleviate certain gastrointestinal issues and may help with certain gastrointestinal ulcers

    May may help neutralize free radicals in the body

    May may have immune-boosting properties

    May help regulate blood sugar levels

    May have analgesic (pain-relieving) properties. ⁣

    May have calming effects, potentially aiding in anxiety reduction

    May may support liver function

    May have antiviral properties

    How to prepare teas

    For every 2 cups of water, use 1 tablespoon of Soursop.

    Bring water to a boil, then turn off & add herb. Cover with a lid & steep for 45 minutes. Strain & serve. Kawsaypac ⚡️

    When should I drink this blend?

    Feel free to incorporate this herb into your routine at any time of the day. Many individuals prefer starting their day with it while fasting, while some find it beneficial in the evening before bedtime and those with delicate stomaches prefer to consume it 1 hour after eating water-rich fruit.

    We encourage you to discover the timing that aligns best with your body's needs.

    And if you're on a detox journey, we suggest incorporating it into your morning and evening routine.

    How long can I drink this tea?

    You can consume this blend daily with no restrictions.

    Where is this herb sourced?

    Our Sousop is sourced specifically from the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest from the Quichua, Shuar, Achuar, and Shiwiar indigenous community we work directly with.

    Please note because our herbs are wild-crafted they may contain nature's residue which is perfectly safe and harmless.

    How is it used?

    In ancient times, indigenous people of the Amazonian region use Soursop in many ways:

    1. Medicinal Purposes: Traditionally used soursop leaves to make teas or infusions believed to have medicinal properties. These teas were often used to address various health concerns, such as digestive issues, fever, parasites, and inflammation.
    2. Antimicrobial Properties: Some indigenous groups believed that soursop leaves have antimicrobial properties and used them to treat infections.
    3. Anti-inflammatory Uses: The leaves were sometimes applied topically as poultices or compresses to alleviate inflammation and promote wound healing.
    4. Pest Repellent: Crushed soursop leaves were sometimes used as a natural insect repellent. This practical application helped protect stored food from pests

    Disclaimer: Herb Appearance Variation


    How do I store my herbs?

    Oxygen will degrade herbs over time, so storing your herbs in a glass jar or food-safe bag kept in a cool dark area is best.

    Can I reuse herbs?

    Of course! Just allow them to airdry before storing it.

    Leaves & Flowers: Can be used 2-3

    Stems, Barks, and Roots: Can be resued up to 3-4 times

    Can I take herbs while I'm on presciption medication?

    We stronly encourage you to consult with an accredited medical professional before consuming, purchasing, or starting any herbal protocol.

    Can I take herbs while pregnant?

    Again, we stronly encourage you to consult with an accredited medical professional before consuming, purchasing, or starting any herbal protocal.

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