Graviola

Effectively target and kill malignant cells in 12 types of cancer, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreatic cancer, the tree compounds proved to be up to 10,000 times stronger in slowing the growth of cancer cells than Adriamycin, a commonly used chemotherapeutic drug!, what’s more, unlike chemotherapy, the compound extracted from the Graviola tree selectively hunts down and kills only cancer cells. It does not harm healthy cells

               ¥ 2,900

- 100 tablets.

- 1,000 mg

- Take 2 capsule or 4 per day.

 

 Graviola 

 

Graviola, or Annona muricata, is an evergreen tree found in rain forests of Central and South America. The green, prickly fruit of the graviola -- often called Brazilian pawpaw -- is widely eaten by native people groups. The pulp of the fruit is described as custard-like, tasting similar to strawberry and pineapple. Graviola fruit, as well as the leaves, have been used as herbal remedies for numerous conditions over countless generations. In modern times, graviola extracts are sometimes used to treat cancer, especially in South American countries, although scientific studies are lacking to validate such practice.


Traditional Medicinal Uses


Various parts of the graviola tree have medicinal properties, such as its bark, leaves, roots, seeds and fruit. Common conditions treated include asthma, liver and heart disease, arthritis, diarrhea and stomach disorders. Graviola fruit is commonly eaten in Mexico, Columbia and Brazil as a dessert or blended as a juice beverage. Graviola fruit and its juice are purposely consumed to combat intestinal worms and parasites, to reduce fevers and to increase breast milk production following childbirth, as cited in "The Essential Book of Herbal Medicine." Inedible graviola seeds are often ground and used to treat parasites, infections and head lice. Graviola tea -- made from bark, leaves or roots -- is often consumed for its sedating and antispasmodic properties.

 


Properties of Graviola


The effects the various parts of the graviola tree have on people have not been well studied, although isolated substances within graviola leaves and fruit have been examined in situ. A study published in a 2002 edition of the "Journal of Natural Products" noted that certain phytochemicals within graviola leaves are 10,000 times more toxic to liver cancer cells than a common chemotherapy drug. According to "Medical Herbalism," the National University of Columbia and Purdue University found the amonaceous acetogenins in graviola leaves and fruit are effective in killing cancer cells that are resistant to chemotherapy agents and show strong potential as a cancer treatment. However, demonstrating certain properties in the lab is not always equivalent to how they might react within the body.

 

Warning

Do not take this product if you have any neurodegenerative disorders or Parkinson's disease, or are taking any anti-hypertensive or MAO inhibiter medications. Do not eat freshness packet. Keep in bottle.

 

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