Soursop Exotic Fruit




Tasty and with many uses, it seems to be the Vitamin C Superfruit. It may help to fight cancer. It is filled with beneficial antioxidants that may also help reduce eye disease, exhibits anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties and treats infections.

"Experts warn against using the fruit to treat cancer. While research suggests soursop can fight cancer, but there is no evidence of its safety or efficacy." Cancer Treatment Centres of America.


Soursop fruit, with its sweet flesh and distinctive flavour, is grown commercially to make juice, candy, sorbet and ice cream. Its fragrance is tropical fruity, musky, and nice and its taste is definitely sour but sweet enough. On the other hand, there are some others very sweet. It tastes kind of like a combination of pineapple and banana or papaya.