graviola side effects

Graviola is an evergreen tree in tropical regions of the world. It manufactures a long fruit, with spikes, green that seems to kill cancer cells 10,000 times more effective than powerful medications of chemotherapy,  without unpleasant side effects and without affecting healthy cells.
According to Cancer Research UK, the active ingredient of this plant is commercialized under the brand name Triamazon.  Particularly in Britain, licensing of this product  is not accepted because its healing effects are certain, which put in difficulty on the leading manufacturers of medicines for this condition.
Guanabana in Spanish, Graviola in Brazil, and uninspired "Soursop" in English.
The fruit is very large and has a sweet-sour core white. The white core can be consumed as such or can be used to make drinks or sherbets.
Besides that it is a cure for cancer, Graviola is an antimicrobial agent with a broad spectrum both for bacterial infections as well fungal infections. It is effective against worms and internal parasites, is used for depression or stress, lowers blood pressure and  regeneration of nerve cells.
This tree grows wild, deep in the heart of the Amazon and could literally revolutionize what you represent treatment of cancer and would increase the chances of survival.
as opOne of the largest drug manufacturers in America have experimented for twenty years. What those tests revealed? The active substances identify and destroy malignant cells in 12 types of cancers, including colon, prostate, breast, pancreatic and lung cancer.
The active substances were found to be up to 10,000 times more powerful in slowing the growth of cancer cells than Adriamycin, a medicine used most often in chemotherapy!
Also, this compound which is obtained from the Graviola tree does not affect healthy cells, selectively destroys the only cancer cells, as opposed to chemotherapy.

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  1. We have plenty of soursop/graviola in Sri Lanka.I could supply good quality seeds.Email: greenworld@sltnet.lk

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