Soursop fruit is a rare fruit that grows in tropical climates, it has a rough green skin with pointy ‘spokes’ and a white fleshy internal edible fruit. The fruit stems from the graviola tree which is also harvested for it’s medicinal immune boosting and anti-cancerous medicinal properties. Both the soursop fruit and the graviola herb have anti-cancerous and cancer preventative medicinal qualities.
Soursop is also rich in vitamin C, B-vitamins, phosphorus, calcium and Iron. It’s also rich in Niacin which is detoxifying for the blood by expanding the blood vessels to increase blood flow and detoxification.
The soursop fruit is great to eat, great in fruit smoothies and beneficial in many ways. But the graviola herb which is created from the tree, roots and bark is even more potent in it’s anti-cancer properties, specifically in Liver & Breast cancer. My favorite herbal blend including graviola is an herbal blend called Gravizon from OrganicRainforestHerbs.com which includes organic wildcrafted graviola, and herbs that help to specifically detoxify the liver and increase circulation so that the graviola herb, the chanca piedra (breaks down excess calcium) and other herbs can help to heal, balance and detoxify the body of malignant cancer cells.
The blend is a very potent detoxifying herbal blend that works very well, if you’ve ever had Liver health issues I highly recommend it, it’s helped my Liver stay healthy and filter properly. I’ve also seen a friend take Envirozon from OrganicRainforestHerbs.com, which has the same herbs in it as the gravizon blend, and her eyes whitened in about a week, which is directly linked to toxicity in the Liver.
Learn more about the soursop fruit and it’s health and nutritional value in the video below:
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where can you buy soursop in the US? Is it in the US? Thanks.
Is it possible to get get some seeds of the soursop/graviola fruit. or from where to buy graviola seeds, thanks
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