Method of Processing

Method of processing

Method of Processing Soursop Leaves:

1. In cancer treatment, leaves of soursop (10-15 pieces) boiled in 3 cups water (600 cc) until the remaining 1 cup cooking water. At the time of boiling should use a pitcher or a pot made of clay so that the purity of the substance contained in the leaves of the soursop is maintained. Drunk while warm boiled water every day, morning or evening for 3-4 weeks.

2. In addition to the above processing techniques, in general there are other processing soursop leaf, namely by using 10-15 pieces of dried soursop leaves with 2 cups boiling water (400 cc) so that the remaining 1 cup cooking water. The boiling process takes 1-1.5 hours just so much faster process than the above. Drying process should not be done under the scorching sun because it was feared would damage the compounds in soursop leaves.

Excretion of dead cancer cells could be through sweat, urine, and feces that are generally used herbal therapies soursop leaves as a treatment will effect a warm / hot on the body, frequent urination, and sweating profusely. How quickly the body’s reaction to medication is different for each person affected by factors such as age, patient endurance, the stage of the cancer / tumor, and type of cancer or tumor.

3. Other soursop leaf processing is by blending 3-5 soursop leaves wet by adding ¼ cup water (50 cc) of warm water to help the process of destruction. Before the blender, the leaves should be cut into 3-4 parts in order to more quickly destroyed. Once destroyed, put the leaves into the container with the lid tightly, then add 1 cup hot water into it and stir until blended.

If there is no blender, soursop leaf processing can also be crushed using a mortar with the same processing techniques in a way blend.

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