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  1. photo The Leaves of <b>Soursop</b> Are 1000 Times Stronger at Killing Cancer Cells Than ChemotherapyThe Leaves of Soursop Are 1000 Times Stronger at Killing Cancer Cells Than ChemotherapyTreatment
    Soursop, or Graviola, is a delicious, exotic fruit with a specific taste that is said to be a cross between pineapples and strawberries. However, apart from its marvelous taste, this fruitRead more
  2. photo The Amazing Potential of This Fruit to Fight CancerThe Amazing Potential of This Fruit to Fight CancerTreatment
    In the last few months media was full of information about the powerful anti-cancer potential soursop (Graviola) has. Experts claim soursop is the new hope for patients diagnosedRead more
  3. photo Scientists Have Approved This Herb is More Powerful Than Any Medicine Against Cancer!Scientists Have Approved This Herb is More Powerful Than Any Medicine Against Cancer!Treatment
    , colon and lung cancer. Soursop is a herb native to Central and South America and is now cultivated in Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia, and the Caribbean as well. This herb has powerful anti-cancerRead more
  4. photo Unusual tropical fruit proves 10,000 times more effective at treating cancer than chemotherapyUnusual tropical fruit proves 10,000 times more effective at treating cancer than chemotherapyNews
    like lemon and lime. But the exotic graviola fruit, also know as soursop or guanabana, represents a whole lot more than just savory extraordinaire, as this powerful "superfruit" is said to containRead more
  5. photo Guanabana: the cancer killer big pharma doesn't want you to know aboutGuanabana: the cancer killer big pharma doesn't want you to know aboutNews
    Guanabana is known by a variety of names -- including soursop, cherimoya, custard apple, Brazilian paw paw and graviola. However you recognize this versatile tree, one aspect is clear: guanabanaRead more
  6. photo Graviola Under Scientific Research – Is it Able to Kill Cancer Cells?Graviola Under Scientific Research – Is it Able to Kill Cancer Cells?Treatment
    This popular plant, also known as as soursop, Brazilian paw paw, guanabana and custard apple, grows in Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia. People from South American countriesRead more
  7. photo You Can Treat Asthma Without Inhaler With Only Simple Diet ChangesYou Can Treat Asthma Without Inhaler With Only Simple Diet ChangesTreatment
    , cranberries, fennel, kale, watercress, tomato, radish, pineapple, guava, soursop, cucumber, cilantro, spinach, wheatgrass. Furthermore, what you need to consume is the following: Fruits and juices richRead more
  8. photo The Amazing Health Benefits of Eating Sugar ApplesThe Amazing Health Benefits of Eating Sugar ApplesTreatment
    Sugar apples are related to the fruit soursop, also called graviola. People describe their sweet, creamy and delicious taste as a cross between a coconut and a pear. Sugar apples are also knownRead more
  9. photo 6 Reasons Visiting Belize Is a Really Good Idea6 Reasons Visiting Belize Is a Really Good IdeaArticle
    dessert. After your dinner of grilled lobster or conch soup, indulge in a tropical fruit salad. Fresh fruits are available everywhere you go, including watermelon, papaya, mango and craboo. Have soursopRead more
  10. photo Study: This Fruit Is More Powerful Than Chemo (And that’s not even the best discovery)Study: This Fruit Is More Powerful Than Chemo (And that’s not even the best discovery)Treatment
    as soursop, and is believed to be the answer to one of the most devastating diseases of this era, for it has been reported to be “10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy” at killing cancerous cells. HenceRead more

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Soursop

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Soursop is the fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree native to Mexico, Cuba, Central America, the Caribbean, and northern South America, primarily Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Puerto Rico. Soursop is also produced in some parts of Africa, especially in Eastern Nigeria, Southeast Asia and the Pacific. It is in the same genus as the chirimoya and the...More