This fruit tree originates in Peru and belongs to the family of Annonaceae. Soursop tree arrives reach between 8 and 10 meters high under the conditions of the soil is so fertile and therefore will be careful to cultivate, its foliage is dark green and are big and bright; its flowers are yellow-green, they are always on short stalks that sprout of the oldest branches of the tree, its leaves are pungent when rubbed by hand.
The soursop tree is a tropical climate thus does not tolerate frost .The soursop tree flowers are pollinated by small insects such as beetles or ants, poruqe does not contain nectar and have vivid colors can not be pollinated by bees . Its flowers are dicogamas (ie not reach maturity at the same time), so the tree will only produce 10 to 15 guanábanas every season, so that the maximum tree fruit need to manually pollinate.
These sheets are ideal for taking infusion contieniendo a large number of beneficial health properties. How to prepare:
Boil water for infusion. When the water reaches the boiling point add a handful of soursop leaves and let stand for 5 minutes. Finally, strain and drink.
If you wish you can sweeten with honey.
The soursop leaf tea is not recommended in the following circumstances or conditions:
- During pregnancy.
- In infants and toddlers.
- Parkinson's disease.
In case of doubt it is recommended before consumption always ask your doctor.