Graviola branch pieces to decoct the bark
The bark on the branches is the most valuable part the graviola tree can sacrifice for us!
Graviola branch parts from wild collection around a rainforest area, where only natural-organic cultivation is operated.
The bark on the branches is particularly effective. To not harm the tree only a little should be cut from each tree.
That is why the branch bits are particularly valuable and difficult to get!
Soursop, Sirsak (Annona muricata, Corazon de India, Guanábana, Masasamba, Guyabano, Sour Sack, Corossol, Magic Fruit) can be a revolution.
In the Twi language in southern Ghana, the fruit is called "Abbreh" because it looks like a big apple.
The branches are carefully cut by hand in order not to harm the trees. The people of the rainforest farm take only twigs that the tree can do without, they cut them individually and very carefully, because an Annona Muricata tree takes a long time to produce fruit and leaves.
This work is tedious, because you can barely climb the trees. The trunks are rather thin and the branches barely bendable, so you have to approach the short branches from the outside. The trees grow very slowly, so it takes at least 10 years until the first harvest makes sense.
The branches are gently dried in the shade to preserve the Annona ingredients.