The Amazing Medicinal Benefits of the Little Known Soursop Fruit

Reports of the benefits of this little known rain forest fruit that tastes somewhat like a cross between a pineapple and a strawberry with a few banana undertones tossed in for good measure continue to pour in, and no one is more interested than those who either wish to avoid cancer, who have just been diagnosed, or who are currently undergoing traditional treatment for the scourge. The Soursop or Graviola tree is a small evergreen that grows in tropical areas, produces a fruit that is purported to have strong cancer inhibiting effects. The fruit’s active ingredient is called Annona muricata. As a matter of fact, the extract of this fruit is said to specifically target twelve different types of cancer including breast cancer, and to be a far more effective at targeting cancerous cells than the popular chemotherapy drug 5-Azacitidine. An added benefit is that Soursop only targets the cancerous cells (unlike chemotherapy, which destroys everything in its path) and therefore has no negative side effects.

The going question today turns out to be soursop where to buy the purest, highest quality product. As is always the case, it is important to avoid cheap imitations for obviously, they won’t provide the desired results. Whether your goal is to fight cancer, lower blood pressure, kill parasites, lower your heart rate, relieve depression, kill viruses or for one of the fruit’s many other desired effects, it is essential that you purchase only pure extract produced by a reputable lab.

Graviola can be taken as a supplement to aid in the treatment of cancer alone, or in conjunction with chemotherapy. Graviola has a soothing effect on the body and can reduce or eliminate the negative side effects that so frequently accompany chemotherapy such as hair loss, nausea and vomiting, and more. Gravoila supports a healthy, positive and optimistic mental state and when taken alone, does not cause the type of weight loss so typically associated with traditional cancer treatments. Eaten alone, the fruit, sometimes called the Brazilian PawPaw, is delicious and nutritious and has been enjoyed by indigenous peoples in tropical regions around the world for centuries.