The pharmaceutical industry hides this fruit to the general public because it fights cancer!

The Graviola Soursop is a fruit derived from the Soursop, tree originating in tropical America and Africa very appreciated for its sweet taste and its numerous therapeutic virtues. Rich in nutrients, it has many medicinal properties including the prevention of certain cancers. This is why many phytotherapists and pharmaceutical companies are interested.

The Soursop is full of benefits

This fruit can weigh up to five kilos and measure up to thirty centimeters; Its green bark is pricked with thorns and its pulpy flesh is white (watch out for the black seeds they are indigestible). Its high carbohydrate content makes it a sweet fruit rich in fiber, minerals and vitamin C which facilitates the absorption of iron. It can be eaten in fruit salad, juice or sorbets, making sure to peel and remove the seeds.

Soursop has many healing properties thanks to the animated acids, vitamins and minerals that make it a natural therapeutic ally of size. Sedge helps fight insomnia, depression and nervous disorders. It also acts as an effective antibacterial, an antifungal, and a stimulant for the heart. It is also a powerful diuretic and a good regulator of the body's functions used to cleanse the liver and balance blood sugar levels. It also acts on the digestive level by facilitating the transit and fighting against the spasms.

The leaves of the Graviola Soursop, consumed in infusion, favor the digestion, relieve the diarrhea and fight insomnia; Macerated in warm water, they can be used as a dressing to relieve burns.

They are also recognized for their preventive properties in certain cancers.

Soursop Prevents Cancer

The soursop, also called graviola and guanabana, has attracted the attention of researchers by its preventive powers of breast, intestine, ovarian, liver and lung cancer.

The first research was carried out by the National Cancer Institute in 1976 and it turned out that the leaves proved useful for neutralizing malignant cells.

Indeed for decades the pharmaceutical and medical community is very interested in this miraculous fruit and affirms that it is a powerful antioxidant that strengthens the immune system and destroys the cancer cells. A study by the Catholic University of South Korea has shown that seedlings can selectively neutralize cancer cells in the colon without damaging healthy cells, unlike chemotherapy that targets all cells without distinction.

Another study carried out at PURDUE University in Lafayette in the United States also showed that it is mainly the leaves of the Soursop that act best against cancer cells, particularly cancers of the prostate, pancreas and lung. They are very effective in their destruction, and have an action ten thousand times greater than that of chemotherapy, all without any side effect binding. Infusions based on Graviola leaves can therefore complement these treatments in order to optimize the effect, but are not intended to replace them.

People with cancer who undergo chemotherapy have a weakened immune system and therefore are at higher risk of infection. The nutrients in soursop, including vitamin C, have an antioxidant effect that strengthens the defense system and prevents many infections. Chemotherapy considerably reduces the number of red blood cells in patients, which can be regulated by consumption of sulphate and its high iron content.

Some studies have highlighted the fact that the immune system of chemotherapy patients who regularly consume sedge is neither impaired nor weakened.

Be careful to consume it in moderation, because ingested in large quantities, the Soursop can alter the intestinal flora and cause diarrhea or constipation. It is also not recommended for pregnant and lactating women, or for people with circulatory disorders.

Pending the results of other promising cancer research, it is recommended to consume Sphalerol only to supplement, not replace, chemotherapy treatments in order to benefit from the benefits of its leaves, bark, flesh And root.

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