graviola


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.
Enlarge picture
soursop

soursop

A spiky tropical fruit related to the Paw Paw and Cherimoya with a strawberry-pineapple-sour citrus flavor. Needs humidity and warm climate, white pleasant-scented flower. Also called Graviola for it’s cancer-fighting properties. White edible custard-apple flesh. Natural News touted soursop at being 10,000 times more effective at killing cancer than chemotherapy. Studies showed it could effectively target and kill malignant cells in 12 types of cancer, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreatic cancer. It hunts down cancer cells but does no harm to healthy cells. Used against internal parasites and worms, high blood pressure, depression, stress and nervous disorders. Do not take if preganant.
References in periodicals archive ?
Table (1) Constraints of each variables of anti-cancer capsule formulation containing graviola leaf
Neste contexto objetivou-se com o presente estudo quantificar teores de compostos fenolicos totais, considerado como um potente antioxidante, em polpa fresca e congelada de graviola, provenientes dos municipios de Gandu e Wenceslau Guimaraes, regiao sul da Bahia e comparar atraves de revisoes os seus efeitos funcionais envolvidos no cancer.
The Arniston Bay Graviola and Passion Fruit Infusion, and Arniston Bay Mint Aloe and Lemongrass Infusion are perfect as sundowners, aperitifs, picnics, poolside sipping and party drinks.
Furthermore, it has been claimed that since that year, Graviola was proven to be a potent killer of cancer cells in over twenty different laboratory tests and studies that were undertaken.
O advento dos restaurantes por quilo, que possibilitaram uma difusao mais ampla de produtos como sushis ou salmao, das polpas congeladas de frutas amazonicas, como acai, cupuacu ou graviola, de novas frutas exoticas, como kiwi, lichia, mangostin, etc.
Na prepacao do extrato bruto foram utilizadas folhas de arruda (Ruta graveolens), citronela (Cymbopogon nardus), tiririca (Cyperus rotundus), cravo de defunto (Tagetes minuta), eucalipto (Eucalyptus spp), graviola (Annona moricata), fruta do conde (Annona spp), manga (Mangifera indica), roma (Punica granatum), folhas e flores de calendula (Calendula spp), e flores e folhas de primavera (Bougainvillea glabra) obtidas da colecao de plantas da Faculdade de Ciencias Agrarias, UNICASTELO, Campus Fernandopolis.
Cupuacu, graviola, yumberry, baobob, miracle berry, breadfruit, jackfruit, coffee cherry, Indian gooseberry, gac, hawthorn and sea-buckthorn.
Acai, umbu, caja, cupuacu, graviola, maracuja, acerola, priprioca, pinhao: Those are the traditional names for Brazilian biodiversity.
The Maximize line, which also includes Graviola, will grow this fall with the introduction of such new products as ASU with Glucosamine, Hoodia500 in a larger size, and a SierraSil product.