Best Way to Store and Use Graviola
Your graviola leaves will arrive in a large paper manilla envelope. For storage, store them in an dry, dark place. Graviola leaves will last years if stored this way Do not refrigerate or use plastic sandwich bags or they could turn stale and moldy.
For cancer patients, take about 15-20 leaves (depending on size of leaves) and tear them into several pieces. Boil them in 1-2 quarts of water. Boil them for at least 20 minutes, longer is fine. You can even continue to steep them even longer and let them cool on the stove top. You can add more water to taste, then drink it throughout the day.
Add flavored tea and sweetener to suit your taste if you desire. Instead of sugar or artificial substitutes, use honey or “stevia” which is a natural sweetener that can be purchased at most grocery stores and health food stores.
My wife and I do not have cancer. Here is our personal graviola tea recipe :
Fresh Graviola Tea Recipe
- Boil about 5-7 graviola (soursop) leaves in 1-2 quarts water for about 10-20 minutes
- Add 1 regular tea bag
- 3 green tea bags and
- 3 flavored tea bags(we like rasberry) and let steep.
- After cooling add enough water to make 1 gallon.
- We then add 1/2 teaspoon of pure stevia extract
- A good spoonful or two of honey for
- 1/4th teaspoon of powder vitamin C.