Soursop Leaf Tea Bag Pouch

$39.00 $33.00

Soursop Leaf Tea

50 x 100% Soursop Leaf Teabags per Pouch

Efficacy of the Soursop leaf (Annona Muricata)
100% Soursop Leaf Teabag Pouch= 50 Sealed tea bags

Made from 100% soursop leaves, highly selective raw material selection ranging from post-harvest to drying.

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Soursop Leaf  Tea

50 Soursop leaf tea bags in a pouch for just $33

The soursop (Annona Muricata) plant that has many benefits. Soursop is rich in vitamin C as well as B such as thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin. You can additionally discover calcium, phosphorus and also some iron.

Abstaining from high levels of caffeine, alcohol and also processed food can maintain you healthy and balanced, but you ought to include fresh fruits like soursop as well as soursop leaf tea in your diet plan.

We offer 100% pure soursop leaf in our Vacuum sealed tea bags.

Our soursop leaf tea bags are:

  • Preservatives FREE
  • Well processed under controlled conditions
  • Processed using the indirect drying system
  • Up to 24 months potency before the expiration date
  • Quality vacuum sealed bags
  • Hygienic Manufacturing
  • Smooth tea bag contents

Store in a cool and dry place (room temperature).
Best taken before meals then drink water.

Serving suggestions:
250ml Cup: 1-3 teabags per day for 30 days
Rest for 10 days before restarting.
Note: Teabags can be used twice.

Soursop also known as graviola, guyabano or guanábana in Latin America, is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, blooming, evergreen tree. The precise origin is not known; it is native to the tropics of the American Continents and the Caribbean and is commonly grown. It remains in the very same category, Annona, as cherimoya and remains in the Annonaceae family.

The soursop is has adapted itself to areas of high moisture and fairly warm winter months; temperature levels listed below 5 ° C (41 ° F) will result in damage to soursop leaves and tiny branches, and temperature levels listed below 3 ° C (37 ° F) can be deadly for the plant. The fruit ends up being completely dry and is no longer helpful for concentrate.

With the scent comparable} to pineapple, the taste of the fruit can be described as a mix of strawberries and apple, and sour citrus, contrasting with an underlying luscious texture similar to coconut or banana

Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 14 × 10 × 7 cm

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