Graviola

graviola
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Annonaceae.
Annona.
Muricata
Graviola, soursop, Brazilian paw-paw, Guanabara,  among others.
Pulp, seeds, leaves, bark and flowers.
Central America, Venezuela, Brazil, and the Peruvian Valleys

It is quite energetic, as it is rich in carbohydrates. It contains B complex vitamins and vitamin C.


Antibacterial, anticancerigenic, antiparasitic, anti-tumor, antispasmodic, astringent, citotoxic, antithermic, hypotensive, insecticide, controls the nervous system, expectorant, sedative, stomach medicine, vasodilator, and vermifuge.

Viewed as a powerful ally in the fight against over a dozen types of cancer, including lung, breast, prostate cancer, among others. Recent studies conducted in over 20 laboratories revealed that the treatment with the graviola fruit prevented and improved cases and obtained better results than the chemotherapy treatment. Since 1996, the American Institute of Health Sciences has been collecting and studying Graviola for the treatment of cancer, and the scientists are proving its actual effectiveness against cancer cells.