-leaves of the soursop tree (guanábana in spanish)
-good for it's tranquilizing and sedative properties
-are said to be good for diabetes problems
-There are phytochemicals in the leaves, seeds and stem of the guanabana which are cytotoxic against various types of cancer cells.
-Tea of the leaves is used against edgy nerves, hypertension with nervousness.
It is from the soursop tree grown in the caribbean, central and south america. When I was in Jamaica last year, my grandmother had some soursop trees, so I dried them (some leaves) in the sun, and took them back home.
It is good for teas. It has a sweet smell when you boil it.
This is what the fruit looks like: