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The Graviola Tea Company specializes in providing the finest-quality and most fabulous tasting graviola/soursop leaves and teas.
**The Graviola Tea Company does not consider soursop to be a "cure" for cancer, although many of our customers are strong believers in soursop treatments. We believe that soursop may help in the fight against cancer and it is up to you to make your own decision about this product.
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"Delivered on time, excellent quality and easy to prepare. I love the tea not only for its therapeutic effect, but also for its taste and aromas. Thank you!"
- amazon.com review of our Crown Graviola
"Super quick Shipping. Very nice and clean looking Graviola leaves. All of them whole. "
- etsy.com review of our Pure Graviola - Whole Leaves
"A delicious variant on a very healthy tea. The leaves are of very high quality - crisp and fresh, and give off a soothing aroma. This is the first time I saw a blend with lemongrass taste, and it's quite a tasty and innovative mix. And frankly, a great idea."
- amazon.com review of our Graviola Edge blend
Graviola, called Soursop in English or Guanabana in Spanish, is a tropical plant also known by its latin name, Annona muricata.
The tree is sought-out for its fruit, but also for its leaves which are believed by many to offer significant health benefits.
The majority of herbal soursop remedies rely on the soursop leaf which is brewed into tea in order to extract the plant’s health benefits and excellent flavor.
The Graviola Tea Company specializes in providing premium quality soursop/graviola leaves and teas for your enjoyment and benefit.
There is a lot of information on the web about Annona muricata (the latin name for Soursop, Graviola and Guanabana), so much so that it can be difficult to grasp the full picture of this plant and its healing benefits, and to separate fact from fiction. We have put together this educational e-book so that you may better understand soursop and make a more informative decision.
Calling a fruit a "Superfruit" is more or less a marketing term that arose in the food and beverage industry in the last decade. It is generally used to describe fruits that are packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals, and other nutrients...
I recently received an email from one of my customers asking if graviola leaves would cure his diabetes. In this case, I was unable to give him a direct answer because frankly, I had yet to come to my own conclusions on this subject.
I meticulously read through many laboratory studies that effectively show that graviola can have a positive impact on diabetes… in laboratory rats!
Here is what I learned...