Graviola extract. Over the last fifty years scientists
have been studying a group of chemicals only found
in the family of plants to which graviola belongs.
Different research groups have confirmed the dramatic
benefits of graviola. This herbal remedy contains
chemicals that have antitumorous properties and have
selective toxicity against various types of cancer
cells - while not harming healthy cells. Graviola
is an excellent adjunct therapy for chemotherapy patients.
Graviola should be taken as a complementary therapy
upon the advice of a physician.
We believe that God has given us a plant to cure each
affliction and that plants contain a “Vital
Energy” that helps restore the normal balance
of our body.
Since only organically grown Graviola is used in our
products, we can ensure you the freshest Amazon herbs
without fillers. Other companies may buy from a middle
man that is selling stale or adulterated herbs without
the vital energy found in fresh naturally grown Graviola.
Ingredients and suggested use for Graviola capsules:
100% Pure Graviola (Annona muricata) leaves, milled
into powder. Usage - 3 capsules, 3 to 4 times a day.
Graviola is a small evergreen tree from the Amazon
rainforest. Over the last fifty years scientists have
been studying a group of chemicals called Annonaceous
acetogenins that are only found in the family of plants
to which graviola belongs. Different research groups
have confirmed that these chemicals have antitumorous
properties and selective toxicity against various
types of cancer cells while not harming healthy cells.
Acetogenins are powerful inhibitors of enzyme processes
that are only found in the membranes of cancerous
cells and this is why they are toxic to cancer cells
but not to healthy cells. In 1997, Purdue University,
in West Lafayette, Indiana reported that Annonaceous
acetogenins “not only are effective in killing
tumors that have resistant to anti-cancer agents,
but also seem to have a special affinity for such
resistant cells. lindavida
In conclusion graviola seems to be an interesting
adjunct therapy for chemotherapy patients. Please
consult your doctor before taking graviola and do
not replace your chemotherapy with this product. Graviola
should only be taken as a complementary therapy upon
the advice of your physician.
de Parasitologie, Faculté de Pharmacie, Université
Paris-Sud, Châtenay-Malabry, France.
Planta Med, 57: 5, 1991 Oct, 434-6
Methanolic extracts of Annona muricata and A. cherimolia
(Annonaceae) seeds were tested for antiparasitic acetogenins
isolated from these extracts are found to be responsible
for the important activity on infective larvae of
Muricoreacin and murihexocin C, mono-tetrahydrofuran
acetogenins, from the leaves of Annona muricata.
Kim GS, Zeng L, Alali F, Rogers LL, Wu FE, Sastrodihardjo
S, McLaughlin JL
Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology,
School of Pharmacy and Pharmacal Sciences, Purdue
University, West Lafayette, IN 47906, USA.
Bioactivity-directed fractionation of the leaves of
Annona muricata L. (Annonaceae) resulted in the isolation
of two new Annonaceous acetogenins, muricoreacin (1)
and murihexocin C (2). Compounds 1 and 2 showed significant
cytotoxicities among six human tumor cell lines with
selectivities to the prostate adenocarinoma (PC-3)
and pancreatic carcinoma (PACA-2) cell lines.
extracts with cytostatic properties growing in Cuba.
Lopez Abraham AM; Rojas Hernandez NM; Jimenez Misas
Rev Cubana Med Trop, 31: 2, 1979 May-Aug, 97-104
Use of medicinal plants by ambulatory patients in
Hernández L; Muñoz RA; Miró G;
Martínez M; Silva-Parra J; Chávez PI
Am J Hosp Pharm, 41: 10, 1984 Oct, 2060-4 Abstract
use of medicinal plants by the patients at the outpatient
clinics of five health-care centers in Puerto Rico
was evaluated. Medication histories were obtained
for 802 patients ranging in age from two months to
91 years. The most frequent medical diagnosis was
cardiovascular disease (54% of the patients). Respiratory
and digestive disorders were the least frequent conditions,
identified in only 9% and 6% of the cases, respectively.
Medicinal plants were used by 57% of the population.
Patients 65 years or older tended to use herbal remedies
more often. Seven of the 11 most commonly used plants
were used to treat gastrointestinal disorders. Other
medicinal uses given were for sedation, sleep disorders,
elevated blood pressure, kidney disorders, and respiratory
ailments. The most frequently used plant was Citrus
aurantium L. (sour orange), which was used as a sedative
by 39% of the patients and for gastrointestinal disorders
by 17%. Two potentially toxic plants, Solanum americanum
and Annona muricata, were among the most commonly
used plants. Medicinal plants were used widely by
the outpatient population studied. Most herbs were
used to treat self-limiting conditions but some were
used to treat potentially serious medical problems,
such as hypertension.