Beat Cancer - Graviola and the Rainforest Healing Powers

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Also known as Annona muricata, soursop or guananbaba, the possible Graviola cancer cure has
been under investigation since the 1940s. This tropical plant grows in Central and South America
and has been purposely grown for its healing properties for more than three centuries. The bark,
fruit, leaves and roots have been utilized in folk medicines mainly as a sedative. However, native
South American healers have used the plant to improve ailments such as heart complaints,
arthritis, liver problems, fevers and asthma.
Researchers have found that Graviola does show remarkable potential healing properties and has
given positive results in test tube studies. However as yet, there have been no clinical trials on
humans or animals.
The National Cancer Institute carried out the first modern clinical research on Graviola in 1976.
Tests done at Perdue University found that prostate, lung and pancreatic cancerous cells were
killed by the leaves of the Graviola plant. Further studies were conducted to investigate the
chemical effects of the plant in laboratory tests, however tests on humans or animals are required
to create conclusive results. Studies in Korea resulted in findings that cells from colon cancer
where destroyed more effectively 10,000 times stronger - using Graviola than Adriamycin, a
popular chemotherapy drug. Taken in isolation and with the quest continuing to find a cure for
cancer Graviola certainly seems to be very effective.

There are known side effects from chemotherapy which is used on tumors like mesothelioma
cancer, such as hair loss and nausea. However, Graviola only targeted and killed the carcinogenic
cells leaving normal healthy cells alone, much more preferable than toxic drugs which can kill the
cancer but also the healthy cells. Cancers such as malignant mesothelioma and peritoneal
mesothelioma are aggressive cancers caused by exposure to asbestos, a naturally occurring
mineral used in building. Its use has now been banned.
In traditional native folk medicine, the seeds of Graviola are utilized in the removal of parasites in
the human body. Jamaicans and West Indians eat the fruit to stop diarrhea and lower fevered
body temperatures. Brazilians make a tea from Graviola to relieve liver complaints and extract oils
from the seeds to improve rheumatic conditions and arthritis. In Guyana the leaves are made into
a tea and drank for a healthy heart and as a sedative.
The Graviola herb has shown promising results and the active ingredients are called Annonaceous
acetogenins. In test tubes they have aggressive anticancer results and only a small amount is
needed to produce positive effects 1 part in 100,000,000 for example.
The Graviola tree cancer cure is still under trial but, worldwide, there are more than two thousand
varieties of plants in the Annonaceae family and the potential for further cures to serious diseases
is clearly exciting. Graviola supplements and Graviola extract are available to aid well-being and
taken as a general healthful tonic for the body. The fruit is high in carbohydrates especially
fructose and contains significant vitamins C, B1 and B2. So, it seems that there is hope, however,
more in depth research needs to be conducted to produce a definitive graviola cancer cure.
For more information about Graviola Cancer Cure and other forms of cancer visit Annabelle
Wooldridge's website at


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