Soursop, also known as guanabana, is a tropical fruit whose leaves have powerful anticancer properties. The fruit grows on tall trees and has fruits with delicious taste which also offer numerous health benefits. Soursop is often used against many ailments including different types of cancer. However, the truth is hidden from the public in order to protect the profits of Big Pharma.
In 1976, the National Cancer Institute of the USA conducted a study on soursop’s anticancer properties. When the results came out, the scientists were stunned – the stem and leaves of the fruit contain powerful compounds that can fight cancer more effectively than chemotherapy or radiation! The extract from the leaves has shown great results when used against colon, prostate, pancreatic and lung cancer.
Here are the main health benefits of soursop leaves:
- Fight cancer;
- Reduce high blood pressure;
- Regulate blood sugar levels;
- Treat asthma, diabetes and liver disease;
- Eliminate intestinal parasites;
- Eliminate tumors;
- Treat different respiratory disorders;
- Improve circulation;
- Relieve anxiety and stress;
- Eliminate bacteria;
- Improve sleep.
Here’s how to prepare the leaves for use:
- 1 l. of water
- 15 soursop leaves
Bring the water to a boil in a saucepan, then add the leaves and reduce the heat to medium. Simmer the mixture for half an hour or until the water evaporates by a half, then strain the tea and leave it to cool down.
Take a cup of the tea 3 times a day for best results. According to people who have tried it, the remedy works better than chemotherapy and doesn’t have any adverse side-effects.
Note: experts recommend avoiding eating anything 30 minutes before or after the tea. The soursop leaves tea is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women or people suffering from Parkinson’s and epilepsy.