The Graviola is the fruit of a tree native of tropical America, which grows spontaneously from southern Mexico to Peru. lt was one of the first plants brought to Europe after the discovery of America. This tree reaches up to 1 O meters in height, with compact foliage, simple leaves, leathery dark green, large and bright. Annona muricata has a long and rich history of exploitation by human beings. Without a doubt, the different indigenous peoples of the Americas, who lived in Central and South America, were the first to discover it. Inicial use must have been edible, indeed, its fruit constitutes a tasty and delicate food. Virtually all its parts can be used: leaves, fruit, seeds, bark, roots and flower. In the Peruvian Andes, for example, the leaves of Annona muricata are used to prepare a tea against inflammation of the mucous membranes, such as that which develops during a cold. In addition, its crushed seeds are used to combat a series of parasites. In the Peruvian Amazon, bark, roots and leaves are used against diabetes, also as sedative and antispasmodic.
- Graviola is a dietary supplement recommended for constipation and to mcrease intestinal flora, also reduces hyperacidity.
- Other outstanding characteristics are is antibacterial, antiparasitic, antispasmodic, astringent, cytotoxic, febrifuge , hypotensive and sedative properties.
- As a natural supplement with active ingredients known as acetogenins natural II II substances that can be an alternative when you can not resort to surgery or you have to stop chemotherapy because of its side effects on liver and kidneys.
- There is no incompatibility, on the contrary it complements very well, with any treatment to which the patient is subjected and improves the quality of it. lt has absolutely no side effects or reactions of intolerance or allergy.