Laksami Tharu Leaves
Simarouba glauca has a long history in herbal medicine in many countries including Cuba, Brazil, Mexico, Peru etc. It is taken internally for diarrhea, dysentery, malaria and colitis and used externally for wounds and sores. In Brazilian herbal medicine, Simarouba bark has long been the most highly recommended (and most effective) natural remedy against chronic and acute dysentery.
Caceres et al. (1990) and Lidia et al. (1991),reported that the extract of S .glauca have been used in Guatemala for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. In Cuba, an infusion of the leaves or bark is considered to be astringent, a digestion and menstrual stimulant and an antiparasitic remedy. The chemicals present in leaf, fruit pulp and seed are known to possess the medicinal properties such as amoebicide, analgesic, anthelmintic, antibacterial, antidysenteric, antileukemic, antimalarial, antimicrobial, antitumorous, antiviral, astringent, cytotoxic, emmenagogue, febrifuge, skin hydrator, stomachic, sudorific, tonic, vermifuge. Several studies published in 1970’s and late 90’s reported that extracts from Simarouba possessed antileukemic and antitumorous activities.
An article titled ‘A tree of solace for cancer patients’ published in ‘The New Indian Express’ on 18th January, 2013 reports personal experience of many people who were using decoction of Lakshmitaru leaves got cured from cancer/tumor and recovered from side effects of chemotherapy.
Dont use Dried Soupsop Leaves, Soursop Capsules, Soursop Leaf Powder. Because in leaves water moisture is important so, it dried means is equal to paper. Some people are selling dried leaves because they dont have own tree that’s why they buy fresh leaves in bulk quantity and they dried that and selling.