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Graviola (Annona muricata) is a small evergreen tree, 5 to 6m high, with large, dark green, glossy leaves that is native to the Amazon rainforest and other tropical areas of the Americas. It produces a large, heart shaped edible fruit called soursop that is 15 to 23 cm in diameter, is yellow-green in colour, and has white flesh inside. In Brazil, the juice is a popular drink, and is known as Guanábana.
Many actives have been found in all parts of the plant - including the leaf, bark, root, stem, and seed. Graviola is becoming increasing well known as a source of antioxidants called annonaceous acetogenins, which are found mainly in the leaf and seeds.
Rio Amazon Graviola tea is prepared from the leaves of the plant.
Pure shredded leaves of Graviola (Annona muricata).
Teabag: Unbleached paper.
Botanical names: Annona muricata
Common names: Graviola, Corossol épineux, Durian benggala, Guanábana, Guanábano, Guanavana, Guanaba, Huanaba, Soursop, Toge-Banreisi, Brazilian Cherimoya.