Known by many names: soursop, cherimoya, custard apple, Brazilian paw paw and Graviola, but no matter the name the guanabana provides powerful relief from a wide scope of diseases. It’s anti-stress, anti-depressant, anti-bacterial, anti fungal and anti parasitic characteristics help with lowering blood pressure, protecting the immune system, curing colds and flu and reducing fever.
It boosts the energy level, treats hemorrhoids and urine infections and helps with back pain. The healing effects of the Guanabana can help with liver ailments, ulcers, eczema, rheumatism, osteoporosis, facilitates digestion. The guanabana is a major player in the fight against powerful illnesses including cancer, tumors, herpes, and parasites. Some even say that it is effective just as chemo and radiation without it’s side effects like hair loss, nausea and lack of appetite.
This fruit contains carbohydrates and fiber, low sugar and fats, vitamin C, vitamin B, phosphorus and calcium and it is perfect to add to your juices, smoothies and drink to better your health.
Soursop juice recipe
- 1 ripe guanabana
- 1 ½ cup vegetable milk
- 1 tablespoon nutmeg
- 1 tablespoon vanilla
- ½ tablespoon ginger
- 1 tablespoon panela or sugar mascarbo
- lime juice (1 lime)
First, you need to put the fruit in a bowl with the vegetable milk. Then squeeze the fruit with your hands by squeezing all the juice on the milk. The dough that is left between your hands should be removed.
If you find it too hard to do this by hand you can do it with a blender, but then you have to strain the juice to remove the seeds and the fibrous part of the fruit. In the end, add the remaining ingredients according to your taste.
Soursop juice is better if you drink it cold or with ice.