Soursop FAQ's

1Is it safe to take soursop while having chemo
Yes, drinking Soursop tea will actually help cope with the adverse effects of chemo such as nausea as well as offer pain relief.
2Can I have soursop even if I dont have major health problems
Soursop is a natural fruit thatis known to help build immunity and destroys infectious cells. It can even relieves stress and helps to develop a positive outlook towards life.
Therefore, Soursop would help to deal with daily contact with infections.
3Will soursop tea help if I have hypertension or diabetes
Yes, soursop is known to regulate blood pressure and normalise this, therefore people with low blood pressure need to be aware that soursop will lower their blood pressure.
With diabetics soursop will lower blood sugar levels so this is an ideal way top keep your blood sugar in check.
4Can soursop be taken during pregnancy
It is well advised that pregnant women should not consume soursop as it might stimulate uterine activity, as precaution pregnant women should avoid consumption of soursop.
5Where can I get instructions for the teabags and leaves

Mangosteen FAQ's

1How many mangosteen capsules should I take per day?
The recommended dosage for mangosteen capsules is 3 per day spread out over the entire day
2How many litres of drink does the mangosteen powder make?
You can make up to 2 litres of drink from one packet of Mangosteen Powder


Click the links if you need instructions/dosage on how to make Soursop Tea or the usage of the Soursop Teabags

We have answered questions that customers like you have asked regarding Soursop and hope we can help you with these answers.

If you still have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us or phone us on 03 9018 2025