Content: 24 x 500 ml/bottle

Ingredients: 100% Soursop fruit juice made from 100% Soursop fruit puree, without preservatives or additives.

Use: 50-100ml 1-3 times a day, pure or diluted with other fruit juices or water. If possible, take after eating.

Country of origin: Brazil

Production / place of filling: Germany / France


100% Soursop fruit juice, unfiltered, contains all important secondary plant substances and is obtained from ripe, pureed Soursop fruits. 100% Soursop fruit juice contains no preservatives or additives. It contains only the fruit’s own sugar and is lactose-free, cholesterol-free and vegan.

In order to minimize the loss of nutrient value, 100% Soursop fruit juice is filled into light-protected bottles.

Our quality is regularly checked in an independent laboratory in Germany.

Link laboratory certificate

Without residues, additives or preservatives. Free of pesticides and heavy metals.


The green, prickly fruit from South America has a white to caramel-colored and aromatic pulp. Sweet and sour in taste, soursop provides the body with plenty of vitamin C as well as B vitamins and fiber. Soursop has been used in traditional medicine in South America and Asia for generations. The soursop tree in its entirety is an important plant in natural healing therapy. Soursop juice is traditionally used in Ayurvedic treatments in India and Sri Lanka

In traditional medicine in South America, the different active ingredients of the soursop tree are used against bacteria, viruses, parasites, depression and liver problems as well as for the treatment of diarrhea, arthritis, bronchitis, abscesses, skin diseases, ringworm, diabetes, malaria and high blood pressure.

Studies have shown that the active components of soursop (acetogenins) inhibit or prevent cell respiration in sick and misdirected cells. Soursop has body relaxing and calming properties. The serotonin inhibitors found in the plant are considered to lighten the mood.


The effectiveness of soursop against cancer has not been confirmed by conventional medicine.

However, international studies over many decades refer to the acetogenins contained in soursop, which have been shown to have tumor-inhibiting properties, in vitro and in animal experiments.

A collection of international, worldwide specialist studies and in some cases detailed medical reports can be found on the US website:


“US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health”,

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