It’s also known as custard apple, guanabana, and Brazilian Paw Paw. Practitioners of herbal medicine use soursop fruit and Graviola tree leaves to treat stomach ailments, fever, parasitic infections, hypertension, and rheumatism. It’s used as a sedative, as well.
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