The Right Way to Take Soursop (Graviola) to Fight Cancer

Soursop (Graviola)

Soursop (Annona muricata) may have a funny name, but it has amazing health benefits! This tropical fruit is also known as graviola or guanabana. The outside has a spiny, green texture and the tangy sweet flesh is used in beverages, candy, and ice cream in Central and South American cuisine.

Soursop is abundant in folate, niacin, thiamin, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and fiber. This tasty fruit is used in holistic medicine to treat an upset stomach, coughs, asthmatic symptoms, skin conditions, gout, fever and as a mild, natural sedative.

It produces an analgesic effect for rheumatic and skin pain, relaxing and is a beneficial in cases of anxiety, depression and nervousness, specialists recommend taking herbal tea if you have moments of nervous tension. But not only that, Graviola or Guanabana is considered today as “natural chemotherapy”, proving to be an excellent anti-cancer agent.

This Fruit Is Considered Natural Chemotherapy, Know Its Unbelievable Properties … studies have shown efficacy.

Soursop juice couldn’t be easier to make and considering its abilities, you should give it a go.

  1. Mash the fruit

Select a ripe Soursop fruit and wash it well to remove any excess dirt caught in the spikes. Peel the skin by hand and remove the seeds. From there, the flesh of the fruit should be added to a large bowl, within which 1/2 cup of milk and 1 cup of water. Mash the soursop in with the milk and water with your hand, making sure all of the juice is released. Once this is complete, discard the core and stir the juice so it’s ready to serve.

  1. Strain the fruit

For a slightly different method, you can try straining soursop.

First, wash and peel the fruit. Remove the seeds and chop the flesh, making sure you catch the juice that’s released. Using a strainer, strain the flesh until you’re once again left with just the core. To give the drink that extra flavor, add a little lime juice, or perhaps even some ginger and sugar.

  1. The no-fuss blend

If you don’t have time for either of the above methods, simply chop the soursor and throw it in a blender. Add a little milk and water to make the drink more fluid, blend and you’re good to go

This fruit is not new. In fact, a 1997 study published in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry found that soursop was more than 200 times as effective as chemotherapy when tested on breast cancer cells!

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