A Herb That Kills Cancer

A Herb That Kills Cancer

Graviola is useful for the treatment of malignant diseases. It destroys cancer cells, protects the immune system and prevents lethal infection. Topping the list of powerful anti-cancer herbs, according to experts, Graviola (Annona muricata) is a plant from Central and South America. Its natural habitat is southern Mexico, Peru and parts of Brazil and it’s also grown in the mass region of North America and West Africa. Graviola is an evergreen herb with a mild and pleasant flavor reminiscent of strawberry yogurt, combined with pineapple and banana.

It is used as fresh fruit or juice or as a whole plant – bark, leaves, fruits, seeds. In the Peruvian Amazon Graviola leaves are used as a sedative and as anti-diabetic leaves, while in the Brazilian Amazon the leaves are used for tea to treat the liver. In India it is recommended for better sleep, anti-biliary diseases, but also as a drink for sobering up. In Africa, it is used as an analgesic and as a remedy for children with a fever.

However, modern research has shown that Graviola has a strong anticancer effect. As researchers believe, Graviola effectively kills cancer cells and it’s even ten thousand times stronger than modern drugs used in chemotherapy.

Lab tests have shown that Graviola tree extracts kill cancer cells as well as 12 other types of cancer including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreatic cancer.

In the treatment of malignant diseases, it works on many levels – it destroys cancer cells without side effects like nausea, weight loss and hair loss. At the same time it protects the immune system, helps in avoiding deadly infections, establishes normal function of the organs, and restores vital energy and a positive outlook on life.

In order to preserve health and full recovery of the body, even when it comes to severe forms of the disease, experts recommend that you should drink 2-4ml tincture of Graviola every day, three times a day.

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