Graviola is believed to be a cure for cancer whoever there is mixed reactions between pharmaceutical companies and local herbalists. On trend disclosed all about the plant and the take between the pharmacists and consumers,here is our full report ...
Graviola comes from a tree in the rain forests of Africa, America and SouthEast Asia. Scientifically known as Annona muricata.
It is known as custard apple, cherimoga, guanabana,soursop, Brazilian paw paw, ekitaferi and other names.
The flesh of the fruit consists of edible white pulp, some fiber and black seeds. The pulp is used to make fruit juice drinks, flavouring ice cream and other products.
Guanabana provides powerful relief from a wide range of of syndromes.
For centuries consumers use the leaves, roots, seeds and fruits to treat different syndromes like cancer, coughing, diabetes and other health complications.
Graviola has health benefits listed below :
Keeps the skin healthy
Treating osteoporosis, back pain and other rheumatic ailments
Trating blood disorders
Overall, there is no evidence to show that graviola works as a cure for cancer. In laboratory studies, graviola extracts can kill some types of liver and breast cancer cells that are resistant to particular chemotherapy drugs. But there haven’t been any studies in humans. So we don't know whether it can work as a cancer treatment or not.
Many sites on the internet advertise and promote graviola capsules as a cancer cure but none of them are supported by any reputable scientific cancer organisations.
We do not support the use of graviola to treat cancer. Our advice is to be very cautious about believing information or paying for any type of alternative cancer therapy on the internet.