How to make/use soursop tea
Soursop helps in effectively prevent or to fight cancer.
For prevention, it is advisable to eat or drink soursop fruit or juice.
For effective healing and to fight cancer take Soursop tea.Boil 1 liter of water, then take 15 soursop matured leaves (fresh or dried ones both have same effect) and 1 small stem cut into small pieces and put into the boiling water then continue to boil the water on medium flame for 30 min., until the water evaporates to 600 ml . Now the soursop tea is ready to drink. Drink 1 cup (200ml) filtered soursop tea after cooling or warm, 3 times every day, in the morning, afternoon and in the night. For better taste you can add some honey (not sugar).After drinking, the body feels the effects of heat, similar to the effects of chemotherapy but no side effects. In 1 or 2 weeks time you can feel the benefits of soursop yourself, and in 4 weeks time the improvements can be checked with the doctor.Note: every time you drink soursop tea see that 30 mins. before and after, you don’t take any other food.Contra-indications:
• soursop has demonstrated uterine stimulant activity in an animal study (rats) and should therefore not be used during pregnancy.
• soursop has demonstrated hypotensive, vasodilator, and cardiodepressant activities in animal studies and is contraindicated for people with low blood pressure. People taking antihypertensive drugs should check with their doctors before taking soursop and monitor their blood pressure accordingly (as medications may need adjusting).
• soursop has demonstrated significant in vitro antimicrobial properties. Chronic, long-term use of this plant may lead to die-off of friendly bacteria in the digestive tract due to its antimicrobial properties. Supplementing the diet with probiotics and digestive enzymes is advisable if this plant is used for longer than 30 days.
• soursop has demonstrated emetic properties in one animal study with pigs. Large single dosages may cause nausea or vomiting. Reduce the usage accordingly if this occurs.
• One study with rats given a stem-bark extract intragastrically (at 100 mg/kg) reported an increase in dopamine, norepinephrine, and monomine oxidase activity, as well as a inhibition of serotonin release in stress-induced rats.
• Alcohol extracts of soursop leaf showed no toxicity or side effects in mice at 100 mg/kg; however, at a dosage of 300 mg/kg, a reduction in explorative behavior and mild abdominal constrictions was observed. If sedation or sleepiness occurs, reduce the amount used.
While research confirms that these antitumorous acetogenins also occur in high amounts in the seeds and roots of soursop, different alkaloid chemicals in the seeds and roots have shown some preliminary in vitro neurotoxic effects. Researchers have suggested that these alkaloids might be linked to atypical Parkinson’s disease in countries where the seeds are employed as a common herbal parasite remedy. Therefore, using the seeds and root of soursop is not recommended at this time
IMPORTANT NOTE :
suggested supplements/use with soursop tea :
Take supplement with a pro biotic, such as yogurt, butter milk or probiotic supplements. Do not combine with Co-enzyme q10 (used in USA). Reduce the dossage in consultation with the Doctor if you are pregnant, lactating or have low blood pressure.