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Nov 04, 2013

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It is widely appreciated in many tropical regions of the world for its deliciously sweet, yet slightly tart, flavor profile marked with strong essences of strawberry, pineapple and citrus fruits 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 contain nutrient compounds that are thousands of times more effective than chemotherapy at treating many types of cancer.

Scientific research published in the Journal of Natural Products back in 1996 revealed, perhaps for the first time ever, that graviola, and graviola seeds in particular, contain a cytotoxic compound that is literally 10,000 times more potent than common chemotherapy drug Adriamycin at treating cancer. And unlike this and other toxic chemotherapy drugs, graviola does not damage healthy cells in the process, targeting only malignant cells for destruction.

The prickly-skinned fruit, which grows wild in the Amazon rainforest, is quite large and looks similar to an avocado. Inside, it contains a white, fleshy pulp that can be eaten whole or juiced. In Brazil, for example, the fruit of graviola has long been used to make fresh juice, or mixed with milk and frozen to make fresh sherbet. The fruit can also be dried and turned into powder for distribution in colder regions where the fruit does not grow natively.
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