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Graviola is 10,000 times stronger in killing colon cancer than Adriamycin, a commonly used chemotherapeutic drug. But Graviola selectively targets cancer cells leaving healthy cells untouched.

 



Scientists doing in vitro tests discovered that graviola was capable of killing the malignant cells of twelve different types of cancer. They were unsuccessful in extracting the active ingredients, so they tried to bury their research because you can't patent natural remedies. Fortunately, one researcher from a pharmaceutical company brought this information to light. Although not tested on humans, graviola has been studied in more than 20 laboratory tests since the 1970s.

Graviola is effective against all types of cancer, and is a broad spectrum anti-microbial for bacterial and fungal infections, internal parasites, and worms. Because of its anti-microbial properties, long term use may lead to die off of friendly bacteria. Supplementing the diet with probiotics and digestive enzymes is recommended if used for more than 30 days.

Graviola has been used for hypertension, depression, stress, and nervous disorders.

As usual, it is recommended that you use graviola under a qualified practitioners supervision.

Learn what causes cancer and how to prevent it
Modern medicine does not know the cause of cancer, and what it calls prevention is really early detection.  After the cure, to prevent a recurrence of cancer it would be wise to learn what causes it and how to prevent it; this also removes fear. Alternative medicine offers other herbal and electromedicine cancer cures; see the links below.

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