SÚrsaka (Annona muricata) comes from the tropical part of America. Almost all tropical countries have imported the sorsaka or planted its seeds. The tree is small and the leaves are close together. The flowers bloom from the old branches or the stem. The flower has a round shape at first, then becomes larger and thicker. She has six points. When these open, the inside of the small sorsaka looks like a ball, full of small white dots. As long as the fruit is still in the flower, it is round, as it grows and the flower withers and releases, the fruit grows long and large. The fruit has a sweet and sour taste. The leaf works calming and is good for people who can't sleep.
The use of herbs and their medicinal effect goes back to the very beginning of our history.
The earliest civilizations already used plants instinctively for both nutrition and healing. Also, the ancient Egyptians practiced herbal medicine - at a particularly high level. The Jewish people know clergymen who heal people with herbs. Around 460 BC, the father of medicine, Hypocrates, works in Greece. The Romans use herbs and flowers in various ways. In China, herbal systems have traditionally been developed for therapies. Native American Shamans and indigenous African cultures use herbs for healing and rituals.
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