Graviola (Soursop) (Conventional)
Soursop, also known as graviola, is the fruit of Annona muricata, a type of tree native to tropical regions of the Americas. This prickly green fruit has a creamy texture and a strong flavor that is often compared to pineapple or strawberry. Soursop is typically eaten raw by cutting the fruit in half and scooping out the flesh. Fruits range in size and can be quite large, so it may be best to divide it into a few portions. A typical serving of this fruit is low in calories yet high in several nutrients like fiber and vitamin C.
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One of the most attractive things about the soursop tree, which has a scientific name of Annona muricata, is that people love the taste of its fruit. Most people have described this as a citrus taste that is close to a combination of strawberry and pineapple. Soursop is very . . .
The seeds, fruit, and leaves have been used traditionally for stomach complaints and fever, and as a sedative. Clinical trials are lacking to support these uses . . .
Graviola (Annona muricata) is a small deciduous tropical evergreen fruit tree, belonging to the Annonaceae family, and is widely grown and distributed in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. The aerial parts of graviola have several functions: the fruits have been widely used as . . .
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