50g. Canary Islands Soursop . 100% Organic Dry Leaves - Super Premium
- Brand: Guanabana
- Reference: 1305901509570416
- Availability: In Stock
- 13.50 €
ORGANIC SOURSOP Dry LEAVES
Cuality: SUPER PREMIUM
Organic farming: 100% ORGANIC CERTIFIED in each product with control numbered label
Weight: 50 g.
Huerta Mama Maria certifications:
European Organic certification
Ecological Producer: Certificate 2803P (ICCA)
Organic Packer: Certificate 3069E (ICCA board)
Origin: Mama Maria farming · Arafo · Tenerife · Canary Islands. The Europes largest plantation of soursop.
Mama María dried leaves of soursop are collected directly from the tree, selecting the most optimal and mature as SUPER PREMIUM quality. After being washed several times with osmotized water, are passed to a drying station, which has a specific temperature that makes our leaves are first quality, while retaining its structure, color and natural aroma.
Upon completion of the drying process, leaves are reviewed one by one and packed by hand in kraft paper bags, the individual package contains a window in which you can appreciate the extreme quality of the leaves and each bag has a control numbered organic label, certifying that are 100% organic.
Soursop is a tree that can reach between 8 and 10 meters high, being of tropical origin can not stand the cold and frost and therefore necessarily the only growing area in Europe are the Canary Islands, where is the largest Soursop Europe farming with 9,000 trees, which is 100% ecological certified, as it is credited on each package with its control numbered certification label.
Its foliage is not very abundant and its leaves are dark green, large, simple and thick. Because there is no adverse reaction, infusion leaves complement each other very well with our body.
Soursop natural composition: Lactonas, Annohexocina, Annomuricina A. B, C y E, Annomutacina, Annopentocina A, B & E, Muricoreacina, Gigantetronemina, Murihexocina A y C, Javoricina, Isoquinolinas, Anonaine, Anoniine, Atherospermine, Coreximine, Lípidos, Acido gentísico, Acido lignocérico, Acido linoleico, Acido esteárico ...
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