The Sweetsop/Sugar Apple tree (Annona squamosa), is
a plant in the Annonaceae native to the Caribbean
region and is closely related to the Soursop/Graviola tree.
Sugar apple fruit has a very
discrete, sweet-smelling fragrance and the fruit taste is sweet, fragrant and
It is used locally as a folk remedy for diabetes and general well
A tea of the leaves is drunk for
menstrual problems, fever and as a general digestive tonic,
a cold remedy or to clarify the urine. The leaf extract is also used in baths
to soothe rheumatic pain.
Studies have proven the leaf extracts to contain significant
antioxidant power and antimicrobial activity all of which can aid in maintaining a
Freshly harvested mature Sweetsop leaves blended with select blend
of spices impart healthy refreshing flavour to your cup of tea.
For published scientific research on Sweetsop/Sugar Apple please
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