The soursop is adapted to areas of high humidity and relatively warm winters; temperatures below 5 °C (41 °F) will cause damage to leaves and small branches, and temperatures below 3 °C (37 °F) can be fatal.
With aroma similar to pineapple, the flavor of the fruit has been described as a combination of strawberries and apple, and sour citrus flavor notes, contrasting with an underlying creamy texture reminiscent of coconut or banana.
- It is low in calories but high in fiber and vitamin C
- High in Antioxidants
- Helps Fight Bacteria
- Helps Stabilize Blood Sugar Levels
- Side effects
- Graviola may cause nerve damage and movement problems, especially with long-term use
- If someone has Parkinson’s disease, graviola may make their symptoms worse
When can I pick it?
Spines on the skin soften, and the fruit lightens to a yellowish-green.
Between december and January
- eaten fresh